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Anne Phillips

Associate Professor in Diabetes Care, Queens Nurse, Birmingham City University

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SCREEN NOW: a new educational resource for diabetes and eye health

Following on from previous initiatives and the national and international outreach these had, iDEAL brought together leading experts in diabetes and eye health to design and create a series of...

PROTECT NOW: A new resource for diabetes and kidney health

The iDEAL diabetes multi-disciplinary (MDT) advocacy group, following the success of ACT NOW, are aiming to reduce the number of preventable lower limb amputations by 50% in 5 years (Edmonds et al,...

Conversations of opportunity in diabetes care

Consultations in healthcare practice are often described as a science; the process of gathering and extracting information in a structured manner with the aim of arriving at a care planning...

ACT NOW in diabetes and foot assessments: an essential service

There were 7545 major amputations in people living with diabetes in England across three years from 2015–2018 (Public Health England, 2019). There is also a postcode lottery for amputation rates with...

Practice nurses need better diabetes education to meet service and individual needs

Self management of diabetes can be challenging and psychologically demanding. It requires informed choices, knowledge, personal application and health literacy. There is a need for ongoing education...

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