· The focus on community ensures its relevance
· Case studies and examples make it very practical and centred on people with diabetes
· The evidence base ensures the latest research is incorporated and relates it to clinical practice
- The comprehensive text establishes 'why' as well as 'what' you need to know
- The focus on community ensures its relevance
- Case study scenarios provide practical content, centred on people with diabetes
- Issues relating to ethnic minorities are incorporated throughout
- The evidence base ensures the latest research is incorporated and relates it to clinical practice
- Useful references and websites encourage wider reading
|Author Informaiton||By Joan R. S. McDowell, MN, RGN, SCM, DN, RNT, Head of Division of Nursing and Midwifery, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK; Florence Brown, MPhil, PGDip, RGN, RMN, RHV, Diabetes Nurse Specialist, North Glasgow University NHS Trust, Gartnavel General Hospital, Glasgow, UK and David Matthews, BSc, MB, ChB, FRCP, Consultant Physician, Monklands Hospital, Airdrie, UK|
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