Monthly Archives: November 2015

Nurse showcases pioneering injection site work

26th November 2015

A diabetes nurse’s pioneering case study which used ultrasounds to scan injection sites to help people with diabetes has been showcased at an international conference. The work of Linda Clapham, ...

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Education failure only ‘tip of iceberg’

23rd November 2015

A report stating over a third of areas in England do not commission education for everyone with diabetes is only the “tip of the iceberg”, according to a leading researcher into the condition. ...

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Diabetes research to help people in Kent

23rd November 2015

People living with diabetes could be empowered to make lifestyle changes thanks to new research at the University of Greenwich. Local charity the Paula Carr Diabetes Trust is funding university ...

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Leading experts back Jamie’s sugar campaign

18th November 2015

Two of the country’s leading researchers into Type 2 diabetes have come out in support of Jamie Oliver’s latest health campaign, saying “it’s time to tackle the sugar generation”. Professors ...

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