Endocrinology & Diabetes


Endocrine and diabetes nursing is a specialty focused on preventing and treating conditions related to the organs and glands that produce hormones. The endocrine organs and glands include the hypothalamus, pituitary gland, thyroid, parathyroid, adrenal glands, pineal body, ovaries, testes, and pancreas. The most common endocrine disorder is diabetes mellitus. Like other nursing specialties, a profession in endocrine nursing requires an understanding of normal anatomy and physiology, keen assessment and monitoring skills, vast knowledge about endocrine disease and conditions, and ongoing education related to recommended prevention methods and treatment options. Endocrinology is a broad specialty where nurses may work in inpatient or outpatient settings, care for medical or surgical patients, and see patients through acute illness or help them manage chronic disease. 

In this Endocrinology and Diabetes Nursing library, we’ve assembled resources to help you provide the best care to your patients. Our Pocket Cards are quick, handy references to utilize when  caring for a patient with diabetes and thyroid disorders. Refer to the Guideline Summaries to learn need-to-know information from the latest recommendations. Our infographics, tips and mnemonics, and blogs are additional resources to help you during your endocrinology and diabetes nursing career. 
 
 

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