Diabetes & Primary Care Australia journal content: vol 1, issue 3 (July 2016)
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Primary care should be seen and heard pdf Gary Kilov introduces this issue, commenting on the role primary care can, and should, have in policy making for diabetes care in Australia.
CPD module Prevention, screening and referral of people with diabetes-related foot complications in primary care pdf Rajna Ogrin and Nick Forgione review the latest evidence and recommendations in managing diabetic foot complications.
From the desktop Registrar education on type 2 diabetes: Throwing them in the deep end and ensuring no one drowns pdf Suzane Ryan shares tips and guidance for educating GP registrars in diabetes management.
Articles Medicolegal case of a person with type 2 diabetes: Medical history pdf Peter Hay presents a medicolegal case that demonstrates the importance of note-taking, especially when managing a person with type 2 diabetes on insulin who is non-compliant to treatment.
Diagnosing type 1 diabetes and diabetic ketoacidosis in children pdf Fergus Cameron, Gary Kilov and Ralph Audehm cover the symptoms and diagnosis of type 1 diabetes and diabetic ketoacidosis,
and discuss the importance of raising awareness among parents, carers and the community.
To carb or not to carb in diabetes management pdf Sunita Date argues why we should be cautious in prescribing and advocating the low-carb diet.
Meeting report Inaugural national conference of the Primary Care Diabetes Society of Australia pdf Mark Kennedy summarises the sessions of the inaugural national conference of the Primary Care Diabetes Society of Australia held in Melbourne, Vic.
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