Enhanced self‐monitoring blood glucose in non‐insulin requiring Type 2 diabetes: A qualitative study in primary care

April 30, 2018

SourceJournal of Clinical Nursing

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Date of publication: Mar 18

Publication type: Journal article

In a nutshell: To contribute to both theoretical and practical understanding of the role of self‐monitoring blood glucose for self‐management by describing the experience of people with non‐insulin requiring Type 2 diabetes in an enhanced structured self‐monitoring blood glucose intervention.

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Diabetes Horizon Scanning Volume 10 Issue 4

April 3, 2018

A big breakfast could aid weight loss, glucose control

April 3, 2018

Source: MNT

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Date of publication: Mar 18

Publication type: News story

In a nutshell: You may have heard that breakfast is “the most important meal of the day,” and a new study helps to support this. It found that eating a big breakfast and reducing lunch and dinner size may be key for people looking to lose weight and improve their blood glucose levels.


Is this how abdominal fat leads to diabetes?

April 3, 2018

Source: MNT

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Date of publication: Mar 18

Publication type: News story

In a nutshell: It is known that being overweight or obese leads to poor health, but it may be less known that abdominal fat is the most harmful type. Until now, researchers were unsure of the mechanisms responsible for this — but now, they reveal how an enzyme produced by our liver raises the risk of diabetes.


Impact of peer support on inpatient and outpatient payments among people with Type 2 diabetes

April 3, 2018

SourceDiabetic Medicine

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Date of publication: Mar 18

Publication type: Journal article

In a nutshell: A total of 1121 adults with Type 2 diabetes were recruited through general practices in Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire, UK, and were followed up for 3.25 financial years after 8–12 months of one‐to‐one, group or combined diabetes peer support and usual care.

Some important notes: This article may be available via NHS Athens or through your local NHS Library. To search for your nearest library, please see http://www.hlisd.org/


Telemedicine follow‐up facilitates more comprehensive diabetes foot ulcer care

April 3, 2018

SourceJournal of Clinical Nursing

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Date of publication: Mar 18

Publication type: Journal article

In a nutshell: To investigate the application of a telemedicine intervention in diabetes foot ulcer care, and its implications for the healthcare professionals in the clinical field.

Some important notes: This article may be available via NHS Athens or through your local NHS Library. To search for your nearest library, please see http://www.hlisd.org/