This practical text shows how learning more about diabetes and reviewing current practice can be incorporated into a persaonal development plan or a practice learning plan. It contains exercises and worked examples of learning plans.
Diabetes Matters in Primary Care
The National Service Framework for diabetes aims to provide uniformly good systems so that more people have diabetes identified at an earlier stage and complications are controlled better. The book guides GPs, nurses and members of the primary care team towards improving the quality of diabetic care. It explains how improvements in clinical practice link to clinical governance, and how learning more about diabetes and reviewing current practice can be incorporated into a personal development plan, or a practice learning plan. Illustrated with practical exercises and worked examples of learning plans, it shows how to apply best practice in everyday work. It bridges the gulf between theory and practice, and describes current recommendations, the services available and new thinking around this topic.
Publisher: Radcliffe Pub
Publication date: June 8, 2001
Book category: Adult Non-Fiction
Published in: Great Britain
Original list price: $39.95
Other format details: medical