AffiliationUniversity of Chester
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AbstractThis article covers the following points: • Given the increasing prevalence, an up to date register, in line with the quality and outcomes framework, of those diagnosed with the condition in your area of practice should be maintained • Know the signs and symptoms to ensure rapid referral for diagnosis, treatment and effective long term management • Understand long term management as stipulated in NICE guidelines so you can engage with the patient and their family to reinforce the work undertaken in secondary care
CitationCooper, H. (2016). Type 1 diabetes mellitus in children and young people. Nursing in Practice.
JournalNursing In Practice
CollectionsHealth and Social Care
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