Updated NICE Guidelines
In March 2022 NICE guidelines1,2,3 were updated
See the key updates for people with diabetes.
For full information please refer to the NICE guidelines.
1. Type 1 diabetes in adults: diagnosis and management NICE guideline [NG17]
2. Type 2 diabetes in adults: management NICE guideline [NG28]
3. Diabetes (type 1 and type 2) in children and young people: diagnosis and management
NICE guideline [NG18]
An introduction to rt-CGM – featuring Dexcom G6
In three modules, Dr Jackie Elliott, Senior Clinical Lecturer/ Consultant Diabetes, University of Sheffield, England, will explore rt-CGM, including:
What is rt-CGM?
How to identify suitable patient groups
The clinical and real-world benefits of rt-CGM
A case study example of patient initiation
An exploration of data analysis to support effective clinical decisions
rt-CGM and Dexcom ONE
Introducing Dexcom ONE, best for people with T1 or T2 diabetes using insulin who are looking for an easy and accessible real-time CGM system available on prescription.
Additional educational support
To support your education journey, viewing relevant modules on Academy™, certified by the Association of British Clinical Diabetologists (ACBD), could be beneficial.
Academy™ is an online educational program where healthcare professionals can increase their knowledge in diabetes technologies. It is accessed online through diasend® and provided free of charge to health care professionals.
Modules you may find useful include:
Continuous Glucose Monitoring
Continuous Glucose Monitoring in Pregnancy
Sensor Augmented Pumps (SAP)
How do I get access?
If you have a diasend® account, simply click here to access Academy™ and fill out the form to activate your access to the platform.
Non-diasend® users can request a free account with limited functionality, to use for access to Academy™. Fill out a registration form here.