“Enhancing Your Consulting Skills: Supporting self-management and optimising mental health in people with type 1 diabetes” is designed for trainees in Adult Endocrinology, their supervisors and other interested health professionals. The resource includes topics such as information giving, health literacy, facilitating practical skills acquisition, and promoting behaviour change. It also explores the emotional, psychological and psychiatric issues that can impact on the quality of life of people with type 1 diabetes.
“Enhancing Your Consulting Skills” was developed by the Australian Diabetes Society for the National Diabetes Services Scheme. It is now available in electronic format through the ADS website at: [http://diabetessociety.com.au/download-request.asp]. It can be downloaded free of charge for individual use. Please Note that you will be required to submit a request for download and obtain your password prior to receiving the download link. Hard copies of the resource are available from the ADS Secretariat.
Diabetes Management Journal (DMJ) is the official journal of Diabetes Australia.
DMJ is the only regular clinical diabetes publication providing:
• Up-to-date, evidence based information
• the latest NHMRC diabetes management guidelines
• best practice management
• news on product development in the management and prevention of diabetes.
As it is a clinical publication access is via password. If you have not been provided a password by your professional association please send a request for the password to our custom publisher: email@example.com with your full name and AHPRA number.
Read the May 2020 edition of the Diabetes Management Journal https://www.tangello.com.au/diabetes-management-journal/d5m20j2c-2x2-s-2?mc_cid=b0a67ca924&mc_eid=08404ee85f
The Australian Diabetes Society endorses Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism Case Reports
Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism Case Reports is a unique, open access resource that publishes and links together case reports, enabling practitioners to communicate findings, share knowledge and convey medical experiences efficiently and effectively; furthering both medical education and clinical practice.
Australian Diabetes Society members get 25% off the costs of Article Publishing Charges, helping you communicate your findings and support clinical practice for a global audience. (Submit online via edm.bioscientifica.com)
You can also subscribe to EDMCR, to receive the latest published clinical cases.
Ramadan will begin on Friday 24 April 2020 and ends on Saturday 23 May 2020.. To assist health professionals, religious leaders and people with diabetes who fast during Ramadan, the Australian Diabetes Society (ADS), in conjunction and consultation together with the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) and the Diabetes and Ramadan International Alliance (DAR), have produced the following brochures: