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PCDS launches state of nations survey

By Editor
9th August 2018
Audits, Type 2 diabetes

The views of primary care healthcare professionals on the current state of diabetes care are being sought.

The Primary Care Diabetes Society has launched its State of the Nations Survey: Diabetes management in primary care.

Responses will be used to inform a report about the management of diabetes in primary care the organisation is compiling called State of the Nations.

Dr David Millar-Jones, chair of the Primary Care Diabetes Society, said: ” The results will be invaluable in helping the society to continue to lobby for improved patient care. Every single set of responses will be useful and so we urge you to complete this survey.

“We are aware how busy every clinician is, and so we have strived to keep the survey as concise as possible, while still capturing the information we really need to enhance patient care. Your responses are anonymised, so that you can answer as honestly as possible.”

To take part in the survey, click here.

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