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Diabetes Care, A Practical Manual
512 pages
Diabetes Care, A Practical Manual

" Common sense guide to the diagnosis, care, and management of diabetes covering both primary and secondary care.

Integrated Diabetes Care, A Multidisciplinary Approach
250 pages
Integrated Diabetes Care, A Multidisciplinary Approach

This book collates evidence of worldwide approaches to both horizontal integration (across disciplines) and vertical integration (across organizations) in diabetes care and describe what was done, what worked and what appeared to be the ...

The Evidence Base for Diabetes Care
509 pages
The Evidence Base for Diabetes Care

This book is an invaluable source of evidence-based information distilled into guidance for clinical practice.

Ramadan & Diabetes Care
200 pages
Ramadan & Diabetes Care

This book is a guide to the management of patients with diabetes during Ramadan.

The Technology of Diabetes Care, Converging Medical and Psychosocial Perspectives
224 pages
The Technology of Diabetes Care, Converging Medical and Psychosocial Perspectives

The development of appropriate technology in medicine generally and in diabetes care in particular, is a task for multidisciplinary teams rather than individual researchers.

Diabetes Care - News


Have your say on new diabetes care service
PATIENTS are being asked to give their views on the future of a new diabetes care service. The Integrated Diabetes Service, which supports people with Type 1 diabetes, was launched in January. NHS Nottingham City Clinical Commissioning Group and 

SiMCare Diabetes and the American Academy of Physician Assistants ...
“There is a glaring need for a champion in diabetes care, and our patients need knowledgeable and trained PAs on the front lines of this epidemic,” said AAPA President Lawrence Herman, PA-C, MPA, DFAAPA. PAs bring significant primary care knowledge 

Nursing expert on diabetes to present the 2014 Margaret A. Nelson Lecture
“Dr. D'Eramo Melkus is such an accomplished researcher with expertise in the health disparities and the delivery of diabetes care, an extremely important topic in health care today.” Marsha Lewis, PhD, RN, FAAN , dean of the School of Nursing

Diabetic people 'having unnecessary amputations'
Diabetic people 'having unnecessary amputations' People with diabetes are having their legs and feet amputated unnecessarily, according to a group of MPs and peers who have highlighted stark differences in treatment of the condition across the NHS in England. The all-party parliamentary group on 

Mutations hold promise for diabetes care
And yet, a cure for diabetes, which affects 25.8 million Americans, hasn't been found. That's troublesome to many in the health care field, including Nicola Santoro, an associate research scientist at the Yale University School of Medicine. "Diabetes