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Jul 2020

Managing Type 2 Diabetes


During the COVID-19 pandemic, a virtual-first approach should be taken in caring for patients with diabetes. The relative benefits and risks of an in-person versus virtual diabetes visit will depend on several factors including an individual’s capacity for using technology, the extent of their disease and local COVID-19 prevalence. Regardless, most diabetes care and support can be delivered through virtual ‘visits’, phone, video or secure messaging.

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This resource is part of the CEP's COVID-19 Resource Centre. For each of the resources, the CEP actively pulls together, rethinks and translates the latest information so family physicians and primary care nurse practitioners can make confident decisions in their practice.

The COVID-19 Resource Centre is intended for family physicians and primary care nurse practitioners in Ontario. It is revised often and new content is added regularly to guarantee that the latest evidence and regulatory recommendations are included. The CEP is committed to ensuring this information is accurate and up to date.

The Managing Type 2 Diabetes During COVID-19 Resource is a product of the Centre for Effective Practice (CEP), Diabetes Canada and the Department of Family and Community Medicine (DFCM), University of Toronto

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