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Updated 8th April 2020
Updated 8th April 2020
Updated 9th April 2020
Ref. Association of British Clinical Diabetologists (ABCD).
Guidance on managing diabetes specialist services - Maintaining Acute Diabetes Services in response to COVID-19
A Template to support healthcare professionals - Template for defining diabetes services during COVID-19 Pandemic
The National In-patient Diabetes Covid-19 Response Group have also published concise advice on managing hyperglycaemia and DKA in inpatients with diabetes during the coronavirus pandemic:
- COncise adVice on Inpatient Diabetes (COVID: Diabetes): Guidance for managing inpatient hyperglycaemia
- COncise adVice on Inpatient Diabetes (COVID: Diabetes): Guideline for managing DKA using subcutaneous insulin
The Lancet – Practical Recommendations for the management of diabetes in patients with COVID-19:
- Practical Recommendations for the management of diabetes in patients with COVID-19 - https://www.thelancet.com/journals/landia/article/PIIS2213-8587(20)30152-2/fulltext
- Covid-19 advice on in-patients with diabetes - https://www.knowdiabetes.org.uk/media/3257/covid_front_door_v10.pdf
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What is the NDPP (National Diabetes Prevention Programme)?
This 30-minute e-module is aimed at GP's, Practice Nurses and other Practice staff. The content covers:
- What NDH is,
- What the NHS DPP is,
- How it works and,
- Who is eligible.
There are also some basics on motivational interviewing. The aim is to provide healthcare professionals with the tools and information they need to make quality referrals into the programme.
The course is free and CPD-accredited. Visit the RCGP Learning site to find out more.
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