Erica Richardson


What’s Been Happening In The World of Diabetes: DSN Update

The Inspirational Bytes are here for you to support the sharing of evidence-based interventions. The aim of these 'Byte Size' meetings is to help reduce the negative effects diabetes can potentially cause to your patients and their families.

Interested? Get in touch with your Sanofi contact person for more details on the session. The meetings are 30 minutes with an optional 30 minute Q&A.

These promotional meetings are organised and funded by Sanofi.

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About Erica Richardson

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Erica completed her nurse training in Manchester and qualified as a RGN 1999. She has nursing experience in both acute and community nursing. She has been a full time DSN within the acute sector since 2009. She has experience in the training and education of nursing and medical staff within the secondary care sector. She is currently the lead for insulin pump therapy in Shropshire and has a master’s level qualification in continuous insulin pump therapy which she gained through Liverpool University. In 2010, she took a lead role in the implementation of the Think Glucose initiative within her current Trust and continues work to maintain this on an on-going basis. In 2013 she qualified as a non-medical prescriber. Following this, she was promoted to lead diabetes specialist nurse within the Trust (September 2014).

She currently manages a team of 7 nurses that cover 2 hospital sites in Shropshire. Her team are responsible for; supporting all in-patient care for adults with diabetes and provide cover within maternity for mothers with type 1 diabetes. They also provide a continuous blood glucose monitoring service and initiate, monitor and support over 170 individuals on insulin pump therapy and provide a robust teaching programme for both medical and nursing staff on a regular basis.

Erica has particular interest in facilitating both persons with diabetes and health care professionals to learn more about effective management of diabetes. She remains fascinated by the continuous research, developments in treatment and equipment in the care and management of diabetes.

Interested in running or joining this session?

Reach out to your Sanofi contact person. Together you can discuss next steps.

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