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Injection technique: passing on best practice to patients

Publication date: Wednesday, 03 December 2014
Contributor(s): Jane Diggle

In the UK, an estimated 1 million people with diabetes use injectable therapies, and these patients are increasingly being managed in primary care. As a result, more primary care nurses are taking responsibility for the initiation and continuing management of injectable therapies, including advising on and reviewing an individual patient's injection technique.

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Category: Editorial
Edition: Volume 11, Number 3, Oct-Nov-Dec 2014
Print edition page(s): 129-132
Contributor(s): Jane Diggle

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