About Me: Female, Australia, member since Feb 2015
Dr. Rob. NP RN BSc. MNursSc. GCertParamed. MANP PhD. FACN MASM
1993 Bachelor of Science (University of Western Australia) - Microbiogy & Pathology
[More] 1993 Member of the Australian Society of Microbiology
1995 Master of Nursing Science (University of Western Australia)
1995 Registered Nurse
1997 Graduate Certificate of Paramedicine (Curtin University)
2003 Master of Advanced Nursing Practice (University of Melbourne)
2003 Nurse Practitioner
2009 Doctor of Philosophy
2012 Fellow of the Australian College of Nurses
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"Neuropathy is damage done, I'm afraid. With that said, don't let that dissuade you from losing weight, keeping on top of your blood sugar all the time, and exercising as much as possible; because whilst there may be some damage done from..."
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