Understanding the hospital landscape for patients with diabetes

Research Pulse podcast: Episode 11

Whether they’re being treated for a broken leg or are here receive dialysis, many patients throughout different areas of a hospital also have diabetes which adds an extra layer of complexity for clinicians and patients.

In this episode, we speak to Research Nurse at the Royal Adelaide Hospital, Dr Rebecca Munt, who is leading work to better understand the hospital landscape in South Australia for patients with diabetes.

  • what is nursing research
  • the large proportion of hospital patients who have diabetes
  • how we can change healthcare to better care for people with a diabetes diagnosis


About the researcher

Dr Rebecca Munt is a Research Nurse at the Royal Adelaide Hospital and Affliate Lecturer at The University of Adelaide.



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