Diabetes mellitus is a chronic disease commonly managed in general practice. This article reviews the findings of a questionnaire survey of 173 randomly chosen South Australian general practitioners and their reported management in the areas of detection, diagnosis, assessment, monitoring and GP knowledge. Substantial differences between respondents were found in all areas, suggesting the need for improved educational methods aimed at all general practitioners.
|Pages (from-to)||611-613, 615, 618|
|Journal||Australian Family Physician|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Apr 1994|