Diabetes UK have launched an online self-management support programme for people with type 2 diabetes to learn about and manage their condition. It is a useful resource for both patients and those professionals involved in supporting self-management in diabetes.
This paper authored by a service user researcher describes issues for young adults with diabetes which impacted on their attendance at an outpatient clinic. Identifying barriers and facilitators to attendance, it suggests ways hospitals can work with patients to improve access to diabetic services.
This learning modules focuses on four straightforward steps to help clinicians achieve a successful outcome - The Right Drug, At the Right Dose, At the Right Time and In the Right way
Think Glucose is a suite of products including a tool kit resource pack. The pack provides promotional material and clinical tools to assist in implementing ThinkGlucose.