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ABCD-RA lipid guidelines

The ABCD-RA clinical practice guidelines on lipid management in adults with diabetes and nephropathy and/or CKD were published at the end of June: a summary of the guidance is in the British Journal of Diabetes and

Attention ABCD members working in England

The NHS Rightcare Diabetes Pathway setting out the expected standards of care for diabetes services has been published.  This is essential reading for providers and commissioners alike.

Unfinshed Business

I handed over the reins to Dinesh Nagi at a very enjoyable and successful ABCD meeting at the Titanic Centre in Belfast. 

Dr Paul Grant

ABCD is aware of the GMC Fitness to Practise Tribunal regarding Dr Paul Grant, GMC 6057253,  a former editor of the journal.

Launch of ABCD Nationwide IDegLira Audit

ABCD is pleased to announce the launch of the ABCD nationwide IDegLira (Xultophy) audit and would like to invite you to take part.

Launch of ABCD Empagliflozin Audit

ABCD is pleased to announce the launch of the ABCD nationwide empagliflozin audit and would like to invite all ABCD members to take part.

‘Tis not (half) so sweet now as it was before

The manufacturers of Lucozade Energy Original have produced this poster (with some assistance from ABCD) designed to inform diabetes health care professionals about the change in formulation with effect from April 2017.  For a while it is likely that both the old and new formulations will be on t

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