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Care home staff urged to attend webinar about diabetes in older people

13th January 2021

Care home staff are being invited to attend a live and interactive webinar ...
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Diabetes nurse consultant awarded BEM honour

13th January 2021

A diabetes nurse consultant who works for Barts Health NHS Trust has been ...
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The Big Interview – Associate Professor May Ng

6th January 2021

To say Associate Professor May Ng is a busy person is an understatement. ...
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Deadline for new NDA quality improvement collaboratives is extended

6th January 2021

The deadline for applying to be part of the new National Diabetes Audit ...
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NICE guidelines for children and young people is updated

5th January 2021

The NICE guidelines which cover the diagnosis and management of type 1 and ...
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Position paper on reducing amputations is put forward

5th January 2021

A position paper to help reduce the number of major amputations in people ...
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Huge surge in advanced foot disease reported during pandemic

5th January 2021

The pandemic is being blamed for a worrying surge of advanced foot disease ...
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Partha Kar receives OBE for pioneering diabetes work

31st December 2020

Professor Partha Kar has been awarded an OBE for services to people with ...
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Low Carb Program made available to NHS login users

18th December 2020

People with obesity, pre-diabetes, type 2 diabetes, non-alcoholic fatty ...
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New GP ‘smart’ tool helps people with diabetes receive personalised care

15th December 2020

A new ‘smart’ tool to help people with diabetes easily share data with ...
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Earwax test could help detect type 2 diabetes early

14th December 2020

A test that uses earwax to measure glucose levels could be used to identify ...
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Resources launched to help doctors support newly diagnosed type 1 children

14th December 2020

Resources to help healthcare professionals, parents and carers discuss type ...
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