RCN publishes new guidance to support children with diabetes

October 2009
Primary Health Care;Oct2009, Vol. 19 Issue 8, p5
Academic Journal
The article announces the publication of the guidance "Supporting Children and Young People With Diabetes: Guidance for Nurses in Schools and Early Years Settings" by the Royal College of Nursing. The guidance requires schools in Great Britain to allow every child with diabetes to participate in all parts of the curriculum and activities at school. Principles on the meeting the needs of diabetic children were also outlined.


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