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The offical journal of the Primary Care Training Centre appears bi-monthly. It is free, and you can apply online to receive it by clicking the link.
Diabetes UK is the largest organisation in the UK working for people with diabetes, funding research, campaigning and helping people live with the condition.
The International Diabetes Federation (IDF) is a worldwide alliance of over 200 diabetes associations in more than 160 countries, who have come together to enhance the lives of people with diabetes everywhere. For over 50 years, IDF has been at the vanguard of global diabetes advocacy. The Federation is committed to raising global awareness of diabetes, promoting appropriate diabetes care and prevention, and encouraging activities towards finding a cure for the different types of diabetes. It is the mission of IDF to promote diabetes care, prevention and a cure worldwide.
The ISDVD aims to provide a forum for the integration of Diabetes and Cardiovascular research which promotes multidisciplinary collaborations between clinicians and scientists, enhances the careers of individuals working in these disciplines and improves understanding of, and quality of care in, Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease.
The NDST is now part of NHS Diabetes & Kidney Care, a national team that works with frontline staff in both the diabetes and kidney communities to implement the respective National Service Frameworks. The role of the NDST is to work with and support the diabetes community to help them design, commission and deliver safe, high quality and personalised diabetes services to every person with diabetes in England.
PCD Europe exists to provide a focal point for primary care clinicians and their patients. Its purpose is to promote high standards of care throughout Europe. Emphasis is placed on incorporating evidence based medicine into daily practice as well as promoting diabetes education and research in primary care.
Use of haemoglobin Al c (HbA1C) in the diagnosis of diabetes mellitus. The implementation of World Health Organisation (WHO) guidance 2011
After research across the resources available on the web, DrugAbuse.com, an American site, noticed the troubling absence of a centralized resource on the dangerous relationship between diabetes, alcohol and other drugs. Because of this, they engaged with researcher Dr. Karen Vieira, PhD MSM to create a comprehensive resource on the implications, contraindications and the latest research regarding substance abuse and diabetes.
The result is this page, which can be navigated by mousing over the “Skip to Section” button.
The purpose of this framework is to set out the minimum standards required for healthcare professionals to
competently undertake their roles during the diabetes healthcare delivery service in order to prevent mistakes and to
reduce the occurrence of conflicting messages being given to people with diabetes.
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