New CRAFT cards available now – Insulin essentials for type 2 diabetes.
The information you need-to-know but sometimes can’t remember on how to maximise the benefits of insulin in your type 2 diabetes patients.
- FREE cards
- All the essentials
- 14 laminated pocket sized cards
- Independently reviewed
- Single sets or multiple sets for the team
Join us for the virtual launch and get your FREE card set PLUS FREE P&P*
*Register for this webinar to get your FREE card set to use during the broadcast, plus free P&P to the first 500 who register.
To launch our new Clinical CRAFT Card set with the need-to-know but can’t always remember essentials of insulin in type 2 diabetes, we are hosting an interactive virtual programme where the author of the cards, Jane Diggle and her colleague Nicola Milne, will use patient case examples along with the card set to answer your questions on insulin.
Learn more in this interactive programme which discusses:
- When and how to start insulin in patients with type 2 diabetes
- How to monitor and manage insulin
- Which insulin regimen to use
Included in the programme
|FREE CRAFT card set|
|Dialogue based on primary care cases|
|Interactive ask your questions|
|CPD module and certificate|
Specialist diabetes nurse practitioner, College Lane Surgery, Ackworth, West Yorkshire.
PCN DiAST Lead, Brooklands and Northenden.
PCN, Manchester University Foundation Trust.
Ask your questions
You will have the opportunity to interact and ask questions
|Prior to the programme – Click here »|
|Live during the programme|
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Novo Nordisk has provided sponsorship to Sherborne Gibbs, on behalf of Primary Care Issues and Answers, to fund this educational programme for healthcare professionals. Novo Nordisk has had no involvement in the content or delivery of this programme, which has been overseen independently by a qualified nurse with a specialist interest in diabetes.