Video Summary | Grey nomads with diabetes self-management on the road – a scoping review

Grey nomads are people over the age of 55 who travel in caravans or motorhomes for extended periods of time around rural and remote areas of Australia. Although grey nomads are challenging the established view of ageing in Australia, some evidence suggests that they exert a significant burden on rural health services. This scoping literature review explored the characteristics and behaviours of grey nomads, many of whom live and travel with diabetes.

De Bellis A, McCloud CH, Giles J, Apolloni M, Abigail W, Hill P, McClory L. Grey nomads with diabetes self-management on the road – a scoping review. Rural and Remote Health 2021; 21: 6517. https://doi.org/10.22605/RRH6517

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