The management of the diabetic patient provides an ideal opportunity for shared care between a cooperative team comprising the patient, the general practitioner and the specialist diabetic team. The objective is to encourage patients to attend their own doctor for primary care and be less reliant on hospital outpatient services or the diabetic clinics. A well co-ordinated arrangement with good communication strategies provides optimal opportunities for the ongoing education of the patient, the general practitioner and the specialist diabetic team.
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