Library Resources Section

There are a number of available resources and websites that can support you in your training (and beyond). Below are a selection of the more useful ones.

Library Resources Section

There are a number of available resources and websites that can support you in your training (and beyond). Below are a selection of the more useful ones.

Some tools have some great mobile apps – look out for the iOS & Android App indicator icons below.

01

Visit Diapedia

Diapedia is an open-access, peer-reviewed, unbiased and up-to-date knowledge base about all aspects of Diabetes Mellitus.

Get started by searching Diapedia, browsing the sections or signing up for access to all articles or contributing.

02

Visit Endobible

Endobible is a free diagnostic and management tool for health professionals. This website was developed to bring together the key features of endocrine history taking, examination and diagnosis. It grew out of a desire to ensure that patients referred to endocrinology departments are assessed thoroughly, and managed in the same way, whichever team member first assesses them.

03

Visit Endotext

Endotext.org is a Non-Profit web-based source of trustworthy information on endocrine disease written by physicians for physicians around the world.

04

Visit Diabetes UK

The leading UK charity for diabetes with valuable patient and phycisian resources including sharing best practice and opportunities to get involved.

 

05

Visit Practical Diabetes

Practical Diabetes is a journal for healthcare professionals covering all aspects of diabetes care including type 1 and type 2 diabetes, obesity, new insulins and type 2 drugs, guidelines and policy issues and diabetes complications. Practical Diabetes was the most highly read diabetes journal with 86% of Consultants reading the journal in the last 12 months.

06

Visit ABCD Care

The Association of British Clinical Diabetologists is the national organisation of Consultant Physicians in Britain who specialise in Diabetes Mellitus but is also open for registrars and have opportunities for research, audit and clinical guidance as well as important news updates.

07

Visit Imperialendo

An excellent resource by the team from Imperial. Links to very useful resources on various disorders and endocrine testing protocols.

08

Visit T 1 Resources

A peer reviewed website of resources available to people with diabetes (and doctors) for support and advice on managing diabetes. Previous YDEF members were involved in creating this invaluable resource.

 

09

Revising & Extra Guidelines

Here are some excellent third-party resources found on the web revising or for a quick update between clinic patients too. This is by no means complete and links may become broken from time to time.

10

Online Leadership

This directory of leadership and management development e-learning and online resources will be of interest and value to leaders and managers everywhere, especially in the NHS and the public sector in the UK. It is an educational resource and started life as a resource for leaders and managers within the NHS in the south of England, and has been developed extensively since. This is the eighth edition and it now gives details of about 1,000 weblinks

 

Some tools have some great mobile apps – look out for the iOS & Android App indicator icons below.

01

Visit Diapedia

Diapedia is an open-access, peer-reviewed, unbiased and up-to-date knowledge base about all aspects of Diabetes Mellitus.

Get started by searching Diapedia, browsing the sections or signing up for access to all articles or contributing.

 

02

Visit Endobible

Endobible is a free diagnostic and management tool for health professionals. This website was developed to bring together the key features of endocrine history taking, examination and diagnosis. It grew out of a desire to ensure that patients referred to endocrinology departments are assessed thoroughly, and managed in the same way, whichever team member first assesses them.

 

03

Visit Endotext

Endotext.org is a Non-Profit web-based source of trustworthy information on endocrine disease written by physicians for physicians around the world.

 

04

Visit Practical Diabetes

Practical Diabetes is a journal for healthcare professionals covering all aspects of diabetes care including type 1 and type 2 diabetes, obesity, new insulins and type 2 drugs, guidelines and policy issues and diabetes complications. Practical Diabetes was the most highly read diabetes journal with 86% of Consultants reading the journal in the last 12 months.

 

05

Visit ABCD Care

The Association of British Clinical Diabetologists is the national organisation of Consultant Physicians in Britain who specialise in Diabetes Mellitus but is also open for registrars and have opportunities for research, audit and clinical guidance as well as important news updates.

 

06

Visit Diabetes UK

The leading UK charity for diabetes with valuable patient and phycisian resources including sharing best practice and opportunities to get involved.

 

 

07

Visit Imperialendo

An excellent resource by the team from Imperial. Links to very useful resources on various disorders and endocrine testing protocols.

 

08

Visit T 1 Resources

A peer reviewed website of resources available to people with diabetes (and doctors) for support and advice on managing diabetes. Previous YDEF members were involved in creating this invaluable resource.

 

09

Revising & Extra Guidelines

Here are some excellent third-party resources found on the web revising or for a quick update between clinic patients too. This is by no means complete and links may become broken from time to time.

 

10

Online Leadership

This directory of leadership and management development e-learning and online resources will be of interest and value to leaders and managers everywhere, especially in the NHS and the public sector in the UK. It is an educational resource and started life as a resource for leaders and managers within the NHS in the south of England, and has been developed extensively since. This is the eighth edition and it now gives details of about 1,000 weblinks

 

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