The Handbook of Diabetes was the winner of the Endocrinology Category of BMA Medical Book Competition in 2005.
The judges of the competition reportedly said that the biochemical coverage for the condition was excellent.
In addition they suggested the book should be made compulsory reading for doctors and clinicians who research the condition or who treat and guide diabetic patients.
As well as this, any diabetic patients themselves who want a concise yet scientifically informative read about diabetes would benefit.
Currently in its third edition which has been updated and revised, The Handbook of Diabetes has a growing amount of interest, and is well on its way to becoming a vital manual and tool for all healthcare experts.
- Easy to follow
- Good illustrations
- Easy to understand
- Useful reference text for people with diabetes
- Useful to clinicans and other health care professional
The only thing is, the book isn’t cheap. However, people with diabetes could certainly benefit from reading this book.