volume 295, issue 6591, P215-215 1987
DOI: 10.1136/bmj.295.6591.215
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D. Keable-Elliott, P. Kopelman, S. Ivinson

Abstract: require special training before undertaking this service. Again, diabetologists and ophthalmologists are strategically placed to provide education and training for all general practitioners who wish to do this work. If all three issues are addressed there is no reason why the problems of comprehensive shared diabetes care highlighted by Dr Day and colleagues should not be overcome. This would allow consultant diabetologists to see patients with problems and give general practitioners rapid access to consultant…

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