11/20/23 - Topics in Medicine and Surgery - Treating Type 2 Diabetes with Oral and Non-Insulin Injectable Medications presented by Nadine Carter DNP, APRN and Gretchen Kidder APRN
From Christine Dyke
On November 20th, we welcomed Nadine Carter and Gretchen Kidder from the Endocrinology Team.
Nadine Carter, DNP, FNP-C, BC-ADM, ACHPN, earned her Doctorate of Nurse Practice for Primary Care Family Nurse Practitioner from the University of Utah in 2015. She practiced for 7 years as a provider in outpatient Endocrinology and Diabetes, including earning her board certification in Advanced Diabetes Management. She recently completed a fellowship here at Dartmouth Health in Hospice and Palliative Medicine, and earned her board certification in Advanced Hospice & Palliative Nursing. Nadine strives to continue working with the two specialties here at Dartmouth Health, and enjoys spreading her knowledge and passion for these topics to her colleagues. Nadine is a native Idahoan, and escaped to New England in 2022 with her husband Scott and her 2 standard poodles to live the slow life. She spends her time riding bikes (a passionate bike commuter), practicing piano and fiddle, enjoying craft beer and cider, and working outdoors on her fledgling cider apple farm.
Gretchen Kidder APRN received her BS in Biology at the University of Vermont in 1991, her MPH in Maternal Child Health Epidemiology at the George Washington University in 2001, her ADN in Nursing at the Vermont Technical College in 2007 and then her MSN in Nursing at the George Washington University in 2015. Gretchen states “I have had an interest in diabetes since working on health policy issues in Washington DC prior to becoming a nurse. In August 2020, I joined the Section of Endocrinology after working as a Nurse Practitioner in Emergency Medicine and Primary Care. Working in this specialty is allowing me to develop an expertise in diabetes care, the technology being used and the social determinants of health surrounding diabetes management.”