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RNAO retires Subcutaneous Administration of Insulin in Adults with Type 2 Diabetes

RNAO’s Best Practice Guidelines Program is focused on ensuring our guidelines provide nurses with the latest info they need in their practice. 

After an analysis by RNAO’s guideline development team, we are deciding to retire the BPG Subcutaneous Administration of Insulin in Adults with Type 2 Diabetes (2004, 2009) and will be pulling it from the website beginning March 1. We encourage users of this guideline to review the 2018 Diabetes Canada Clinical Practice Guidelines going forward. 

The guideline is a high quality guideline that covers prevention and management of diabetes in adults, children and adolescents.  It also has chapters dedicated to diabetes and pregnancy, diabetes in older people and Indigenous Peoples. 

The guideline also went through an AGREE II appraisal by RNAO’s guideline development team. The AGREE II appraisal assesses the methodological rigour and transparency in which a BPG is developed. 
 

Last Updated: 
2020-01-31