Northern Inpatient Diabetes Service – Dermatology

Northern Inpatient Diabetes Service – Dermatology

Northern Inpatient Diabetes Service- a consult service for inpatient diabetes. The Northern Inpatient Diabetes Service commenced in 2020 and is based on a proactive model of diabetes care utilising a networked blood glucose monitoring system which aims to identify episodes of dysglycaemia in hospital inpatients for the NIDS team to review. Remote monitoring of glucose levels are used to identify patients with unstable diabetes. These patients receive proactive consultation without referral from home team. Attendance at ward rounds, review inpatinet referrals, attend clinics. Involved with unit education and present at unit meetings. Take part in clinical audit. Work as part of a multi-disciplinary team- DNE, Pharmacist, NP.  
Dermatology- clinic and inpatient reviews with the registrar and consultant

Unit Information

Head of Unit
Mervyn Kyi & Aaron Robinson
Term Supervisor
Mervyn Kyi & Aaron Robinson
Supervisor Email
Available To
Number of HMO2/2+ positions
PGY2 Clinical Experience
B. Chronic Illness, C. Acute and Critical Illness
Minimum IMG Level
Level 2 Supervision

Term Description - Unit Handbook - ROVERs

Unit Handbook Last Update
January 1, 2024