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Diabetes: Publications

  • 9 Apr 2015

    Advanced preparation of insulin syringes for adult patients to administer at home

    Publication Code : 004805 ISBN : 9781910672037

    Guidance for nursing practitioners on the professional, organisational and safety issues that must be addressed when pre-loading insulin syringes for later use by a person with diabetes. This publication is being reviewed in 2017.

  • 15 Nov 2013

    Supporting children and young people with diabetes

    Publication Code : 003318 ISBN : 9781908782779

    This publication is being reviewed in 2017. Document outlining the principles that health care professionals and education staff should apply to ensure the needs of children and young people with diabetes are met.

  • 15 Nov 2013

    Children and young people with diabetes

    Publication Code : 002474 ISBN : 9781906633738

    This publication is being reviewed in 2017. Guidance signposting to resources and sources of support for those new to a specialist nurse role. Highlights issues that need to be considered by the individual as well as their employing organisation.

  • 10 May 2013

    Starting injectible treatment in adults with Type 2 diabetes

    Publication Code : 002254

    This publication is being reviewed in 2017. Guidance intended for nurses new to insulin therapy, and includes an overview of the underlying principles for starting insulin along with practical tips on education, adjustment of doses, and dealing with difficult situations.

  • 6 Feb 2006

    Specialist nursing services for children and young people with diabetes

    Publication Code : 003015

    This publication is being reviewed in 2017. Document outlining the principles that health care professionals and education staff should apply to ensure the needs of children and young people with diabetes are met.