Is insulin right for me? Resources for people with type 2 diabetes
Your diabetes health care team is there to help you with all aspects of your diabetes, including your questions and concerns about starting insulin injections and medications for type 2 diabetes.
You can talk to your doctor, a diabetes educator or a practice nurse. Only a doctor can prescribe insulin. A diabetes educator or practice nurse can provide additional training and support.
A range of services and support are also available through the National Diabetes Services Scheme (NDSS)*.
The NDSS has several free fact sheets that you can access via its website, to find out more information about:
Call the free national NDSS Helpline 1300 136 588
Would you like to know more about the study?
- …for more information about the study
- …for a copy of the Study Information Sheet
- …for a list of prior research completed by the study team
- …to meet the study team
- …to contact the study team
*The National Diabetes Services Scheme is an initiative of the Australian Government administered with the assistance of Diabetes Australia.