Supporting people with diabetes related\ud stress and depression

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Gillibrand, Warren P.; Holdich, Phil;
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Diabetes can have a significant detrimental impact on wellbeing and psychological functioning. Warren Gillibrand and Phil Holdich explain how practice nurses can help people with diabetes deal with stress or depressive illness
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