DIABETIC PAGE

December 2018

Update from Duet Diabetes

We would like to share with you our updated Diabetes Information Postcard which, as well as providing competency statements for people working in care homes, contains some useful links for professionals involved in the care of people with diabetes such as:

·        the CQC guidance for inspectors which outlines the elements of good diabetes care – “guidance for CQC staff:  inspecting the quality of care for residents with diabetes mellitus living in care homes” (During her presentations, my colleague Helen Stephen made reference to this guidance)

·        Training, Research and Education for Nurses in Diabetes (TREND-UK)

To download please click on :  A5-half-fold-ip_2018Generic

 

If you are considering booking places for one of our open workshops, or are interested in talking to us about ‘in house’ training exclusively for your organisation, please remember to use code (Suf2018) which provides you with a 10% discount on any training booked and paid for before the end of January 2019 (the training does not need to take place before the end of January though!).

Please click on the links below for details of our upcoming open workshops in Suffolk and Norfolk and also the workshops page on our website provides a summary of the content of all of our workshops.

A5 upcoming open workshops Suffolk

A5 upcoming open workshops Norfolk

Or for further details of all diabetic training offered by Duet please go to: https://www.duetdiabetes.co.uk/workshops

If you have any queries at all, please contact: 

Lynne Reedman

Service Lead

DUET diabetes Ltd

01799 584178 / 07443 659985

www.duetdiabetes.co.uk

www.facebook.com/duetdiabetes

PS….If you are considering booking places for one of our open workshops, or are interested in talking to us about ‘in house’ training exclusively for your organisation, please remember to use code (Suf2018) which provides you with a 10% discount on any training booked and paid for before the end of January 2019 (the training does not need to take place before the end of January though!).