Diabetes education: art, science and evidence by Trisha Dunning

By Trisha Dunning

Diabetes schooling is a strategy, the main to that is setting up a healing courting with the person. the general aim of diabetes schooling is to reinforce the individual’s future health power, together with their skill to resolve difficulties and follow the educational to self-care. hence, diabetes schooling is an interactive strategy of instructing and studying the place info is co-generated. This cutting edge and thought-provoking new e-book explores the ‘how’ of diabetes schooling, instead of the ‘what’ and the ‘why’.
Diabetes schooling: paintings, technology and facts is helping healthcare practitioners educate diabetes successfully from prognosis onwards and make sure humans dwelling with diabetes obtain individualised aid and data. It permits practitioners and educators to ascertain and examine their perform while coping with the individual with diabetes. Bringing jointly the entire considering and event of the diabetes trip in a single textual content, this booklet is vital interpreting for all practitioners and scholars interested in diabetes care.
Special features:
• positive factors brief tales, case reports, illustrative fees, perform issues and mirrored image issues throughout
• Edited by means of an the world over popular specialist within the field
• Contributions from a number of the world’s top diabetes educators

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Weinger K, McMurrich SJ, Yi JP, Lin S, Rodriguez M (2005) Psychological characteristics of frequent short-notice cancellers of diabetes medical and education appointments. Diabetes Care 28(7): 1791–1793. Welch G, Rose G, Ernst D (2006) Motivational interviewing and diabetes: What is it, how is it used, and does it work? Diabetes Spectrum 19(1): 5–11. Wen LK, Shepherd MD, Parchman ML (2004) Family support, diet, and exercise among older Mexican Americans with type 2 diabetes. The Diabetes Educator 30(6): 980–993.

Perhaps not; but you are not alone. Health professionals only identify and document one in four people with severe distress in routine consultations (Pouwer et al. 2006), which suggests detecting emotional distress is problematic unless routine, systematic monitoring is imple­ mented using brief, standardised, valid measures. Similarly, a cross-national study found 25% of people with diabetes reported symptoms indicating likely depression or diabetes-related distress (5% had both) and 80% of these were newly identified (Snoek et al.

The Diabetes Educator 22: 39–46. Mann DM, Ponieman D, Leventhal H, Halm EA (2009) Predictors of adherence to diabetes medications: the role of disease and medication beliefs. Journal of Behavioral Medicine 32(3): 278–284. McSharry J, Moss-Morris R, Kendrick T (2011) Illness perceptions and glycaemic control in diabetes: a systematic review with meta-analysis. Diabetic Medicine 28(11): 1300–1310. Mosely K, Malik-Aslam A, Speight J (2010) Overcoming barriers to diabetes care: perceived communication issues of healthcare professionals attending a pilot Diabetes UK training programme.

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