Women’s Knowledge and Self-Management of Diabetes

Julie E. Byles (Editor)
Anne F. Young (Editor)
Julia M. Lowe (Editor)
The University of Newcastle, Australia

Series: Nephrology Research and Clinical Developments
BISAC: MED055000

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Self management of diabetes is an essential component of diabetes care, and to achieve good self-care people with diabetes should be knowledgeable about the purpose and clinical utility of diagnostic tests and monitoring. The results of the study conducted indicate that, at a community level, there is a great need to improve knowledge and behaviours among the growing population of women with diabetes, particularly those with Type II diabetes and older people. This new book identifies and describes women’s attitudes toward diabetes, their knowledge of diabetes, their self management behaviours, and their health outcomes, as well as to explore the interrelationship between these factors. (Imprint: Nova)

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INTRODUCTION

METHOD

RESULTS

DISCUSSION

CONCLUSION

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

REFERENCES

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