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Nurses and GPs to give CBT in type 2 diabetes

27th January 2009

Researchers from the University of Warwick have said nurses and GPs should receive training so they can offer cognitive behavioural therapy to people with type-2 diabetes. 

Coventry GP Dr Kumkum Misra said: "It generally not only improves the doctor-patient relationship but also helps the doctor to build the confidence of the patient to take more responsibility for caring for their problem."



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Article Information

Title: Nurses and GPs to give CBT in type 2 diabetes
Author: Jess Laurence
Article Id: 9948
Date Added: 27th Jan 2009


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