Summary and Info
The thrid edition of Mary MacKinnon's classic book tells you exactly how to run a high-quality, effective diabetes service within your practice. This practical handbook gives you all the essential information you need to set up and organise healthcare for people with diabetes in the primary care setting.It allocates tasks to each member of the primary care team, including clear guidelines for sharing responsibility with the hospital-based services.It also provides information on diabetes management,covers all you need to meet DoH requirements for chronic disease management programmes, includes education checklists, sample letters for patient recall and model posters for the surgery, recommends a practical working structure for sharing patient care, and gives ground rules for auditing the service.
More About the Author
Mark MacKinnon (born 1974) is a Canadian journalist, currently senior international correspondent for one of Canada's national newspapers, The Globe and Mail.
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