- Based on the highly popular series in Practice Nursing
- Contains the most up-to-date, evidence-based clinical information for nurses managing patients with diabetes
- Each chapter includes a clinical case study, figures, flowcharts and tables, providing evidence in a meaningful way to support knowledge
About the author
Anne Phillips is a senior lecturer in diabetes care at the University of York. She works as a district nurse and a diabetes specialist nurse and she is on the editorial board of Practice Nursing. She co-edits the popular evidence-based diabetes management series for Practice Nursing.
‘Comprehensive content. An excellent addition to the reading list' - Mr. Michael Hill, Staffordshire University, senior lecturer, faculty of health sciences.
"Really in depth book that spans the life span as well as the diabetes journey. This book explores multiple ways to support those living with diabetes
and includes multiple side effects and risk factors that you may come
across when caring for those with diabetes. This book has many diagrams and photographs in each chapter that helps explores the text and aids understanding of the topic. Each chapter is very different from the last but none is any less
relevant they have chapters on diabetes and learning disability,
diabetes and children and young people as well as pre conception care in
diabetes and skin complications amongst others. Excellent for any student or registered staff even if they are diabetes
specialists. Provides important information and references." - 5 star review by 'Super Nurse' on studentnurse.org.uk