Diabetes in General Practice
Diabetes in General Practice

Diabetes in General Practice (DiGP) is a general practice focused initiative whose aim is to provide a forum for GP’s and practice nurses to ensure best practice in their management of diabetes in general practice, through peer support, education and audit.

Diabetes Mellitus
Diabetes Mellitus

Diabetes is a group of metabolic diseases in which a person has high blood sugar, either because the body does not produce enough insulin, or because cells do not respond to the insulin that is produced.

Retinopathy Screening
Retinopathy Screening

A national retinopathy screening programme is now in place for all diabetic patients. Called RetinaScreen, the programme is offered in a number of different locations across the country.

Your Feet
Your Feet

Diabetes can affect the nerves and circulation. Blisters, burns and cuts are all possible and if you suffer from nerve damage you may not feel the pain

Diebetes Control
Diebetes Control

Good control of your diabetes is important through regular attendance to monitor your diabetes.

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Latest News from DiGP
Meeting dates and agenda for November 2017 DIGP member meetings in Cork, Waterford and Kerry now available on the website
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10th Annual Diabetes Conference “The Heroism of Incremental Care” was held in Clayton Silversprings Hotel in Cork on 20th September 2017. Further information and pictures available here.
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