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Title: Measuring change
Authors: Barker, George
Shephard, Mark Douglas
Goodall, Ian
Obersteller, Elizabeth
Jones, Graham
Keywords: Health services
Chronic illness
Diabetes
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: Australian Doctor online
Citation: Barker, G., Shephard, M., Goodall, I., Obersteller, E. and Jones, G., 2011. Measuring change. Australian Doctor, 18 November, 33-37.
Abstract: A change in the reporting of HbA1c is being adopted globally, including in Australia. It's anticipated that this change will, among other things, make it easier for doctors to educate their patients about the importance of glycaemic control. However, to understand how this change will help in practice, it's useful to firstly understand what HbA1c is and to know something of the history of how laboratories have measured the HbA1c assay.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2328/26305
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