Nurses Role in Diabetes Management

Nurses have a major role and responsibilities in treating people with diabetes. Nursing teams of different spectrums including occupational health nurses, nurses working in public health and school nurses are likely to come into contact with people who have diabetes or are having tests to diagnose diabetes. Practice nurses have a particularly main role as they are often the one who carry out the annual diabetes and foot check.

Roles and responsibilities of the nursing team in diabetes care management :

  • Screening and early detection of type 2 diabetes
  • Advocating self-care
  • Awareness of how mental health issues can affect people with diabetes
  • Meeting the patient’s nutritional need
  • Urine, blood and glucose monitoring
  • Oral and injectable therapies

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