Key COVID-19 resources:

People living with diabetes are more likely to be self-isolating or shielding themselves at home during the pandemic. The way hospitals are delivering care is also changing. The following guidance has been co-produced to support the delivery of diabetes care during the pandemic.

Clinical guidance

Speciality guides for patient management during the coronavirus pandemic to ensure the essential diabetes care continues with the minimum burden on the NHS:

Sick day rules

Emergency departments

This crib sheet is for emergency departments, acute medical admissions wards or acute medical assessment units to use during the COVID-19 pandemic for people with diabetes:

Diabetes UK has useful resources for information on how to manage diabetes. We have created a list of links to advice on managing diabetes at home with the support of family, friends, neighbours:

Multidisciplinary footcare teams

Individuals attending the diabetic foot clinic require regular and close surveillance to achieve optimal outcomes and limb salvage:

Inpatient Management

Being acutely unwell with suspected/confirmed CIVID-19 requires adjustment to standard approaches to diabetes management:

Outpatient management

Outpatient appointment prioritisation for specialist diabetes departments during the Coronavirus pandemic:

Other resources: