Eunice Lang is a registered paediatric nurse and credentialed diabetes educator who brings almost 30 years exceptional clinical nursing experience to Queensland Paediatric Endocrinology.
Eunice coordinated the Sweet Diabetes Transition Program, used throughout Queensland and many other Australian states, to help young people make the change to adulthood diabetes care. She sits on several national diabetes expert reference groups.
At Queensland Paediatric Endocrinology, Eunice works with children and young people who have diabetes and complex endocrine disorders such as congenital adrenal hyperplasia (CAH), hypopituitarism and adrenal insufficiency
Eunice runs a continuous glucose monitoring systems (CGMS) service for children and young people with diabetes treated either on insulin pump therapy or multiple daily injections of insulin.
Eunice is the go-to expert when you need:
- individual diabetes school plans
- travel plans for families whose journey will take them across different time zones
- school camp plans for your child with diabetes or a complex endocrine disorder
- school visits to educate teachers on diabetes and complex endocrine disorders.
Eunice Lang and Deb Foskett were co-contributors in a research paper published in Paediatric Diabetes in 2016 on the improved long-term glycaemic control achieved in children initiating insulin pump therapy on diagnosis of Type 1 diabetes.