New frontiers: a global journal for a global issue


  • Angus Forbes
  • Magdalena Annersten-Gershater



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Felton A-M, Hall M. Diabetes in Europe policy puzzle: the state we are in. Int Diabetes Nurs. 2015;12:3–7.

Chithambo T, Forbes A. Exploring factors that contribute to delay in seeking help with diabetes related foot problems: a preliminary qualitative study using Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis. Int Diabetes Nurs. 2015;12:20–6.

Atkinson R, Chamley M, Kariyawasam D, Forbes A. Collaborative diabetes virtual clinics - a service evaluation and clinical audit. Int Diabetes Nurs. 2015;12:14–9.

Yurtsever S, Yürügen B, Saraç T, Esen B, Engin Atay A, Şit D. Evaluation of diabetes risk among Turkish nurses: the role of insulin resistance and life style on diabetes risk. Int Diabetes Nurs. 2015;12:34–8.

Meldgaard M, Damm-Frydenberg C, Vesth U, Nørgaard K, Schmidt S. Use of advanced carbohydrate counting and an automated bolus calculator in clinical practice: the BolusCal® training concept. Int Diabetes Nurs. 2015;12:8–13.

Katz LB, Stewart LS, Levy BL. Benefits to health care professionals and patients with diabetes of a novel blood glucose meter that provides pattern recognition and real-time automatic messaging compared to conventional paper logbooks. Int Diabetes Nurs. 2015;12:27–33.




How to Cite

Forbes, A., & Annersten-Gershater, M. (2015). New frontiers: a global journal for a global issue. International Diabetes Nursing, 12(1), 1–1.




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