Why don’t children and young people engage with diabetes services?BMJ 2022; 377 doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.o750 (Published 04 April 2022) Cite this as: BMJ 2022;377:o750
- Helen Saul, editor in chief1,
- Deniz Gursul, research dissemination manager1,
- Samantha Cassidy, science writer1 ,
- Darren Sharpe, senior research fellow2
- Correspondence to H Saul
Sharpe D, Rajabi M, Harden A, et al. Supporting disengaged children and young people living with diabetes to self-care: a qualitative study in a socially disadvantaged and ethnically diverse urban area. BMJ Open 2021;11:e046989.
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