Diabetes and Primary Care Australia journal content: Vol 1 issue 4 (September 2016)
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The PCDSA: One year wiser pdf Gary Kilov reflects on the successes and challenges of the first year of the PCDSA and Diabetes & Primary Care Australia.
CPD module Tackling diabesity: Weight management issues for people with type 2 diabetes pdf Roy Rasalam, Wen Bun Leong and Shahrad Taheri describe the options available for weight management in people with type 2 diabetes.
From the desktop Driving and diabetes: Notifying the authorities pdf Karen Thorne shares tips and guidance for ensuring individuals notify the driving authorities when diagnosed with diabetes.
Articles Assessing older people with diabetes in Australia pdf Trisha Dunning covers the role of the Annual Cycle of Care for older people, and the assessment and checks that are recommended for older people with diabetes.
Premixed insulin analogues: A new look at an established option pdf Ted Wu provides a new look with practical guidance and advice for considering initiating with, and using, premixed insulin analogues.
Polycystic ovary syndrome: A misnomer? pdf Anita Sharma covers the diagnosis, aetiology and management of polycystic ovary syndrome and whether a name change is required.
Does the AUSDRISK tool predict perceived risk of developing diabetes and likelihood of lifestyle change? pdf Catherine R Ikin and Marie L Caltabiano report on the use of the AUSDRISK score in a group of people not diagnosed with diabetes.
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