The Danish interview book “The fear of hypoglycaemia is always there” is now released as E-book and printed book in English. The book gives advice - that is simple and easy to comprehend - on how you live a good life with diabetes. Experiences are presented by other diabetes patients and relatives, by some of the most experienced Danish diabetes physicians and by one of the world-leading diabetes researchers, Professor Henning Beck-Nielsen.Excerpts from the Book Buy the E-book Buy the printed book
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“The fear of hypoglycaemia is always there” contains 11 interviews with parents to children with diabetes, men and women, young and old about living with type 1 diabetes. About the problems and fears experienced, but especially about how to live with the disease. The book describes how hard it is to be dependent on others – and the enormous contribution from spouses and relatives. The book also contains contributions from diabetes physicians and a psychotherapist, who present the latest knowledge about diabetes and offer some advice about its management.
"This book is an important one. It acts as a brilliant reminder to all those who have Type 1 diabetes (and their families) that they are not alone. For healthcare professionals, it offers an invaluable level of understanding."Review from Dr. Myuri Moorthy, SpR Diabetes and Endocrinology, University College London Hospital, in Diabetes Update Summer 2016
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In the video, you will meet two diabetes patients and the mother of seven-year old Alfred. They have all been interviewed in the book. You will also meet Professor Henning Beck-Nielsen from Odense University Hospital, Denmark. He is the author of “The fear of hypoglycaemia is always there” and has worked with diabetes for more than 40 years. In the book, he passes on his knowledge by giving advice that is simple and easy to comprehend.