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Practical Psychology for Diabetes Clinicians: How to Deal With the Key Behavioral Issues Faced by Patients and Health-Care Teams (Practical Approaches in Diabetes Care) Paperback – May, 1996
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Comprehensive, an easy to understand review of a wide range of important topics for professionals dealing with diabetes. This is an elegantly written, clinically pertinent, resource. Look beyond the technical, the physiological-let this comprehensive reference be your guide to insight and understanding of the person with diabetes.
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Most of the psychological principles are still quite relevant and valuable. Some of the specific suggestions for diet and insulin management are out of date, because of the introduction of ultra-rapid insulin and because of the increase in the use of the insulin pump.
I would enjoy seeing an updated version. Dr. Cox could then incorporate driving data into his sections on hypoglycemia.