Evaluation of Diabetes Conversation Map Education Tools for Diabetes Self-Management Education
PAKISTAN • 2015
Confidence in diabetes self-management: believing that the doctor is the most influential person in the management of their T2DM: 52.3% before sessions, after sessions, 97.1% acknowledged that they were responsible themselves for their T2DM; patients knew what to do to manage their diabetes: 15% before sessions and 75% after; empowerment: 32% said they understood those aspects of their diabetes self-management that were in need of improvement before, 75.6% after; willingness, ability and preparedness for diabetes self-management: 22% before and 63.4% after, said that they understood the importance of diabetes self-management; saying they will start making changes in their lives: 20.3% before and 65.7% after; satisfaction: 61% found the sessions helpful, 72.1% found the format to be better than individual education, 52.8% agreed that the Map tools helped them in goal-setting.
Ghafoor E, Riaz M, Eichorst B, Fawwad A, Basit A. Evaluation of Diabetes Conversation Map Education Tools for Diabetes Self-Management Education. Diabetes Spectrum, Fall 2015; 28(4): 230-5.
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