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Universal coverage but unmet need: National and regional estimates of attrition across the diabetes care continuum in Thailand.

Diabetes is a growing challenge in Thailand. Data to assess health system response to diabetes is scarce. We assessed what factors influence diabetes care cascade retention, under universal health coverage.


Experiences of Attending Group Education to Support Insulin Initiation in Type 2 Diabetes: A Qualitative Study.

Type 2 diabetes is a progressive condition and many people require insulin therapy 5-10 years post diagnosis. Considering the global increase in type 2 diabetes, group education programmes to initiate insulin are beneficial as they are cost-effective and provide peer support. However, group education to initiate insulin has not been widely evaluated and there is a need to elicit the views and experience of people with type 2 diabetes who start insulin in groups. The aim of this study was to explore the per...

Corrigendum to "Exercise related care pathways for people with diabetes: Literature review and expert consensus" Diabetes, Metab Syndr: Clin Res Rev 13 (4) (2019) 2755-2762.


Association between person and disease related factors and the planned diabetes care in people who receive person-centered type 2 diabetes care: An implementation study.

To assess the planned diabetes care for the coming year and its associated factors in patients with Type 2 diabetes who have a person-centered annual consultation.

The community pharmacy setting for diabetes prevention: Views and perceptions of stakeholders.

Diabetes prevention programmes delay or prevent the onset of type 2 diabetes in people with pre-diabetes. To increase accessibility, national guidelines recommend delivering diabetes prevention programmes in primary care settings, including community pharmacy. This study aimed to explore the English community pharmacy setting as an option for delivering diabetes prevention services.

How 25 years of psychosocial research has contributed to a better understanding of the links between depression and diabetes.

This narrative review of the literature provides a summary and discussion of 25 years of research into the complex links between depression and diabetes. Systematic reviews have shown that depression occurs more frequently in people with type 1 or type 2 diabetes compared with people without diabetes. Currently, it remains unclear whether depression is also more common in people with impaired glucose metabolism or undiagnosed type 2 diabetes compared with people without diabetes. More prospective epidemiol...

Smoking in men and women with type 2 diabetes: A qualitative gender-sensitive exploration of barriers to smoking cessation among people with type 2 diabetes.

Despite growing evidence of the impact of smoking on diabetes complications, people with type 2 diabetes still smoke at high rates and little is known about the specific barriers to quit smoking in this group. The purpose of this article is to explore the perception of smoking, and motivation and barriers to quit among smokers with type 2 diabetes. This exploratory study will help designing a smoking cessation intervention tailored to the needs of people with type 2 diabetes. We hypothesize both that living...

Medical care and self-care actions in people living with diabetes, according to socioeconomic level.

To characterize medical care and self-care actions in a population with diabetes in locations smaller than 100 000 inhabitants.

Forced migration and foot care in people with diabetes.

High Prevalence of Diabetes Distress in a University Population.

Diabetes distress is an affective condition that addresses an individual's frustrations, worries, and concerns about living with diabetes. It is associated with fewer self-care behaviors, suboptimal glycemic control, and lower quality of life (QOL). For these reasons, diabetes care guidelines recommend routine assessment of diabetes distress.

Forced migration and foot care in people with diabetes - Author's reply.

Primary health care provider-focused interventions for improving outcomes for people with type 2 diabetes: a rapid review.

Objectives and importance of the study: The bulk of care for people with type 2 diabetes occurs in primary health care. This rapid review evaluated the effectiveness of primary health care provider-focused interventions in improving biochemical, clinical, psychological and health-related quality-of-life outcomes in people with type 2 diabetes.

Overestimation of Risk and Increased Fear of Long-term Complications of Diabetes in People with Type 1 and 2 Diabetes.

The quality report of the disease management programmes of North Rhine Westphalia 2016 showed prevalences for long-term complications (neuropathy, nephropathy, retinopathy) of less than 30% for people with diabetes type 1 (DM1) and type 2 (DM2). The aim of this study was to assess risk expectations and fear regarding long-term complications of diabetes in people with DM1 and DM2.

The community pharmacy setting for diabetes prevention: A mixed methods study in people with 'pre-diabetes'.

Diabetes Prevention Programs (DPPs) comprising intensive lifestyle interventions may delay or even prevent the onset of type 2 diabetes in people with pre-diabetes. However, engagement with DPPs is variable with session times and transportation being reported amongst barriers; this may be addressed by community pharmacy (CP) involvement given its recognition for accessibility.

Rapid progression of type 2 diabetes and related complications in children and young people - a literature review.

Type 2 diabetes (T2D) is suggested to progress faster in children and young people vs type 1 diabetes (T1D) in the same age group and T2D in adults. We reviewed the evidence base for this.

Patient and Health Care Factors Associated With Long-term Diabetes Complications Among Adults With and Without Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders.

Among people with diabetes, co-occurring mental health (MH) or substance use (SU) disorders increase the risk of medical complications. Identifying how to effectively promote long-term medical benefits for at-risk populations, such as people with MH or SU disorders, is essential. Knowing more about how health care accessed before the onset of diabetes is associated with health benefits after the onset of diabetes could inform treatment planning and population health management.

Care Team Integration in Primary Care Improves One-Year Clinical and Financial Outcomes in Diabetes: A Case for Value-Based Care.

Despite significant treatment advances, diabetes outcomes remain suboptimal and health care costs continue to rise. There are limited data on the feasibility and financial implications of integrating a diabetes-specific care team in the primary care setting (ie, where the majority of diabetes is treated). This pragmatic quality improvement project investigated whether a cardiometabolic care team intervention (CMC-TI) could achieve greater improvements in clinical, behavioral, and cost outcomes compared to u...

Diabetes-associated cardiac autonomic neuropathy.

Cardiac autonomic neuropathy (CAN) is an underdiagnosed cardiovascular complication associated with diabetes. NPs are in a pivotal position to screen patients for CAN. As the incidence of diabetes increases in an aging population, NPs can help prevent complications associated with diabetes and CAN.

Literacy in health and self-care in people with type 2 diabetes mellitus.

To evaluate the effect of educational intervention in the adherence to self-care activities and functional health literacy and numeracy in people with type 2 diabetes mellitus.

Assessing Strengths of Children with Type 1 Diabetes: Validation of the Diabetes Strengths and Resilience (DSTAR) Measure for Ages 9 to 13.

Adaptive diabetes-specific attitudes and behaviors, known as diabetes strengths, relate to positive self-management and quality of life outcomes in type 1 diabetes (T1D), but have not been studied in pre-adolescence. To facilitate strengths-based care and research on this topic, we developed and evaluated the psychometric properties of a measure of diabetes strengths for children age 9-13.

Exploring healthcare professionals' perspectives of barriers and facilitators to supporting people with severe mental illness and Type 2 diabetes mellitus.

Individuals with comorbid severe mental illness (SMI) and diabetes experience an average mortality gap of 20 years compared to individuals without these conditions. There has been some recognition by policies that there is a gap between mental healthcare and physical healthcare for SMI patients. Despite this, there are still no defined care pathways for individuals with SMI and diabetes. The aim of this study was to explore healthcare professionals' (HCPs) perspectives of barriers and solutions to suppor...

Alcohol and illicit drug use in people with diabetes.

As the prevalence of type 1 and type 2 diabetes increases and population-level patterns of alcohol and illicit drug use evolve, clinicians will continue to encounter people with diabetes whose substance use is affecting health outcomes. Substance use contributes substantially to the population-level prevalence of cardiovascular events, cerebrovascular events, cancers, mental health conditions, road trauma, and domestic violence. Alcohol and drug use also have a measurable effect on diabetes incidence and th...

Community-based management of complex type 2 diabetes: Adaptation of an integrated model of care in a general practice setting.

To evaluate the effectiveness and patient acceptability of an integrated model of complex type 2 diabetes care delivered in a community-based general practice by upskilled general practitioners (GPs) co-located with an endocrinologist and diabetes nurse educator.

Feasibility, Acceptability, and Impact of a Web-Based Structured Education Program for Type 2 Diabetes: Real-World Study.

Structured education for people with type 2 diabetes improves outcomes, but uptake is low globally. In the United Kingdom in 2016, only 8.3% of people who were referred to education programs attended the program. We have developed a Web-based structured education program named Healthy Living for People with type 2 Diabetes (HeLP-Diabetes): Starting Out (HDSO), as an alternative to face-to-face courses. A Web-based program gives people more options for accessing structured education and may help improve over...

Periodontitis and diabetes.

Periodontitis and diabetes are complex chronic diseases, linked by an established bidirectional relationship. Risk for periodontitis is increased two to three times in people with diabetes compared to individuals without, and the level of glycaemic control is key in determining risk. In people who do not have diabetes, periodontitis is associated with higher glycated haemoglobin (HbA1c) and fasting blood glucose levels, and severe periodontitis is associated with increased risk of developing diabetes. In pe...


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