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Lockyer M. Practice nurses can improve insulin uptake in type 2 diabetes. Practitioner 2017;261(1803):5

Practice nurses can improve insulin uptake in type 2 diabetes

24 Apr 2017Registered users

Achieving and maintaining glycaemic targets early on in type 2 diabetes has been shown to improve long-term outcomes. Delay in stepping up treatment, especially initiating insulin therapy is known to be a problem in primary care. A primary care study from Australia, in which practice nurses were trained to have an enhanced role, has shown improved rates of safe and effective insulin initiation compared with usual care.

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