Approaches to orienting and training a nurse practitioner, keeping lines of communication open, and overcoming challenges are discussed.
The new term is not meant merely to “re-brand” obesity, but to frame it as a chronic disease with distinct complications.
This screening model may improve retinopathy detection in patients with T1DM and decrease costs.
Three studies examined the relationship between CVD risk and vitamin D status in children, adolescents, and women.
Patients were randomized to standard care, nurse-led education intervention, or nurse-led education plus acceptance therapy.
How do you screen for gestational diabetes? Our blogger reviews the one- and two-step strategies.
Our May list includes an app for titration of basal insulin, GI effects of GLP-1 agonists, and lifestyle intervention studies.
Whether you’re looking to make a change in employment, or are just curious, we’ve compiled a list of top hospital employers.
Fruit may not be viewed as being as healthy as fresh vegetables for patients with diabetes because of its relatively high sugar content.
Over the past few years, there has been much discussion about needed changes in how internists maintain their ABIM certification.
Five new and upcoming medical devices will help your patients manage their diabetes care.
April news highlights the importance of timely eye examinations in young patients with diabetes and the efficacy of a teleretinal screening program.
The team approach allows for more eyes on the patient, so more information can be gathered to help pinpoint any barriers to care.
Our April list includes predictors of fracture risk, endocrine-disrupting chemicals, and CV effects of thyroid dysfunction.
This study is the first retrospective, long-term analysis of metformin as adjuvant therapy to insulin in patients with T1DM.