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Diabetes study days

King’s College London, a university based in central London, offers a number of study days aimed at healthcare professionals who work with patients with diabetes.

Diabetes Study Day

This study day is open to all nurses who want to increase their knowledge base and develop a sound evidence base for their practice in nursing patients with diabetes. The programme explores type 1 and type 2 diabetes, focusing on assessments and interventions and promoting patient education and management for a healthy lifestyle.

For more information contact Rosarie Atkinson at King’s College London, or visit the King’s College London website.

Medicines Management Update: Diabetes

The aim of this study day is to enable non-medical prescribers working in the field of medicine to update knowledge in medicine management related to diabetes. This knowledge with help you to consider ways in which you can provide better care for patients within your own area of practice.

For more information contact Sherri Ogston-Tuck at King’s College London, or visit the King’s College London website.



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