Opinion and book reviews
Noncommunicable Diseases in the Developing World: Addressing Gaps in Global Policy and ResearchSubscription
‘This book would be relevant to any nurse with an academic interest in global health issues and politics, as well as those with a specific interest in overseas health policy, or those considering work in developing countries.’
Cops, robbers... and nursesSubscription
As a custody nurse, Lorna Stephens cares for people who have anything from diabetes or drug dependency issues to depression
‘Nurses at any stage of practice could benefit from this book as it provides good evidence based data when considering tissue viability and holistic assessment.’
This week is Nutrition and Hydration Week.
Diabetes UK’s Professional Conference starts today in Liverpool.Barbara Young, Chief Executive of Diabetes UK, tells Nursing Times why the charity’s foot campaign is still a priority.
There is compelling evidence that diabetes specialist nurses help to improve clinical outcomes in people with diabetes
Alcohol consumption has been an integral part of social activity in most countries since neolithic times. Today, approximately 90% of adults in the UK drink alcohol.
‘The barriers come down and bit by bit you can see them realising they can live with their condition’Subscription
When a child or young person is diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes their life and their family’s lives changes forever. It is not easy for anyone. It is hard work day after day after day
People are more at risk of developing type 2 diabetes as they age.
Did you miss the latest #NurChat Twitter debate about diabetes? Let us sum it up for you…