Diabetes in primary care
Insulin initiation, insulin pumps and hypoglycaemia.
The team from Capital & Coast DHB Diabetes Service repeats the popular seminar on management of diabetes in primary care.
- Update on diabetes in 2016
- Key improvements in diabetes care at Capital & Coast DHB since 'Get Checked' ended
- Practical workshop session: Insulin initiation
- Reviewing people with type 1 diabetes in primary care: When to consider an insulin pump?
- Hypoglycaemia: What to look for, current research and hypo unawareness
- Sick day management for Type 1 and Type 2 in primary care
Assoc Prof Jeremy Krebs Clinical Lead & Endocrinologist CCDHB
Lorna Bingham Nurse Practitioner
Julie Bate Clinical Nurse Specialist
4. Reviewing people with type 1 diabetes in primary care: When to consider an insulin pump? (24 minutes + 21 minutes = 45 minutes)
Bridget Lydon Clinical Nurse Specialist
5. Hypoglycaemia: What to look for, current research and hypo unawareness (22 minutes + 27 minutes = 49 minutes)
Lindsay McTavish Clinical Nurse Specialist
Dr Elaine Barrington-Ward Endocrinologist
2014-1. Diabetes care improvement packages: The role of primary care in insulin initiation, and update on new agents (retained from the 2014 version of this seminar) (67 minutes)
Dr Jeremy Krebs Clinical Lead & Endocrinologist CCDHB
Primary care diabetes
Seminar held 11 October 2016
Updated version of seminar held 26 May 2014
- Fiona Corbin Adviser, PHARMAC Seminars; Clinical Advisory Pharmacist/Pharmacist Facilitator
- Assoc Prof Jeremy Krebs Clinical Lead & Endocrinologist CCDHB
- Lorna Bingham Nurse Practitioner
- Julie Bate Clinical Nurse Specialist
- Bridget Lydon Clinical Nurse Specialist
- Lindsay McTavish Clinical Nurse Specialist
- Dr Elaine Barrington-Ward Endocrinologist
These presentations are provided for professional development purposes for the benefit of qualified health practitioners and should not be relied upon for any other purpose. Any opinions offered are those of the presenter or other speaker and do not necessarily represent the views of PHARMAC. PHARMAC accepts no responsibility for the accuracy of the information provided.