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How Primary Health Care Nurses Can Step Up in Diabetes Management - Kylie Crisp
This Breakfast Session was held at the APNA 2018 National Conference - Nurseforce for the Future: How Primary Health Care Nurses Can Step Up in Diabetes Management - Kylie Crisp.
Recently published Australian research indicates that a general practice based model of care intervention for insulin initiation and titration in Australia was associated with a significant reduction in HbA1c relative to control which was maintained over time.
This breakfast session explores this research in more detail, examines the unique role of the primary health care nurse in the provision of diabetes management services and discusses the range of practical tools available to primary health care nurses to support the structured delivery of diabetes care.