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Pandemic diabetes: can developed-world health professionals do more to support care in developing countries? : Improving quality in a Sri Lankan diabetes clinic through competence-based education to support nurses caring for people with diabetes



Pandemic diabetes: can developed-world health professionals do more to support care in developing countries? : Improving quality in a Sri Lankan diabetes clinic through competence-based education to support nurses caring for people with diabetes



European Diabetes Nursing 5(1): 23-27




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