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For Professionals

For Professionals

Joslin has two primary references for healthcare professionals:

Joslin’s Diabetes Deskbook – A Guide for Primary Care Providers — A comprehensive resource , written by Richard S. Beaser, M.D., and the staff of Joslin, that was written to assist primary care professionals - physicians, nurse practitioners, physician's assistants, dietitians, exercise specialists, and physicians-in training - who are in the forefront of care for the 20,000,000 people who have diabetes. In its 22 chapters the Deskbook not only covers basic information about the diagnosis and treatment of diabetes, but also discusses gender-specific issues, as well as issues specific to pregnancy, children and the elderly - and it contains numerous charts, tables and checklists.

Joslin’s Diabetes Mellitus, 14th Edition — Tailored to primary care and specialty practitioners, the 1209-page textbook employs the expertise of more than 125 diabetes experts at Joslin and worldwide. Significantly expanding the previous edition published a decade ago, the current book contains 70 chapters. The new textbook contains eight main sections; each designed to help healthcare practitioners solidify their understanding of diabetes and treatment of the disease.

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Page last updated: October 06, 2015