- Providing core knowledge and best practice in management of diabetes, this resource supports the non-specialist as a learning and reference tool
- Latest thinking on patient self care
- Tabulated for swift access and ease of use
- Current developments in research and practice
- Fully referenced
An updated version of Clinical Pocket Reference Diabetes released in January 2015. Acute and Community trusts have found this an extremely useful resource for nurse mentors and students on clinical placement.
Invaluable for Practice and Community Nurses and an ideal aide-memoire for newly qualified nurses and students on clinical placement on hospital wards.
Diabetes Inpatient Specialist Nurses will find this a useful tool for training sessions with other staff.
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eBook optimised for smartphone and tablet coming soon…
What reviewers said:
“This book is a treasure trove…an excellent starting point for those wishing to develop their role in the care of people with diabetes”
“This easy to use guide is well laid out making it easy to access relevant information. It gives an excellent overview of diabetes and would be suited to GPs, practice nurses, community nurses and new DSNs.”
Diabetes Inpatient Specialist Nurses UK Group
“…comprehensive yet very concise and clear.”
UK Association of Diabetes Specialist Nurses