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Diabetic kidney disease – Part 2: Management

David Morris details what nurses need to know when managing patients with diabetic kidney disease

Skin conditions and diabetes part 2

This second article on skin conditions in diabetes looks at skin infections in diabetes and diabetes foot
ulceration. By David Morris

Driving and diabetes: what practice nurses need to know

David Morris explains how nurses can advise their patients when they drive with diabetes

Exeter diabetes nurse wins international award for transformative research

Professor Maggie Shepherd of Royal Devon University Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust and University of Exeter won the $250,000 prize ahead of over 50,000 medical colleagues from around the world.

People living with diabetes are missing vital care

A new report by Diabetes UK has revealed stark health inequalities in diabetes care with people not receiving vital checks

NHS programme prevents thousands from developing type 2 diabetes research reveals

The analysis by University of Manchester researchers showed that the risk of diabetes progression was 20% lower in people with pre-diabetes referred to the NHS programme.

Invest in diabetes education today to protect tomorrow

With the number of people living with diabetes expected to rise to more than 640 million by 2030, effective education and support now is crucial

Oral health and diabetes: a guide for primary care nurses

David Morris and Jack Thomas detail how diabetic patients can ensure that their mouth remains healthy

Managing obesity in individuals with type 2 diabetes

David Morris looks at how nurses can advise overweight patients with diabetes

SGLT inhibitors for type 1 diabetes: a finely balanced matter?

David Morris explains the latest guidance on the use of sodium-glucose co-transporter 2 inhibitors

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