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How to help people come to terms with a diabetes diagnosis

Jen Bateman
This quick reference guide provides insights into how to communicate a diagnosis of diabetes, understand a person’s emotional responses to such a diagnosis and support them subsequently. The aim of the “How to” series is to provide readers with a guide to clinical procedures and aspects of diabetes care that are covered in the clinic setting.

Diagnosis conversation

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