Seminar ppt - Improving glycaemic control self-efficacy and...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 2/23/11 Qifang Shi, Sharon K Ostwald and Shaopeng Wang Improving glycaemic control self-efficacy and glycaemic control behavior in Chinese patients with Type 2
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2/23/11 Background Purpose Methods Results Strengths and limitations Public Health Implications Conclusion Outline
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2/23/11 DM is a chronic disease Type 2 is more common Cells don’t produce insulin or cells ignore insulin Some groups have higher risk China has the second largest number Background
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2/23/11 One of the many factors Most important aspect of a person’s decision to change behavior Powerful predictor Greater self-efficacy, better DM self-care management Self-efficacy and Glycaemic control
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2/23/11 The purpose of the present study is to examine the effectiveness of a researcher- developed, hospital-based clinic intervention on glycaemic control self-efficacy and glycaemic control behaviors in Chinese people with DM Purpose
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2/23/11 Randomized controlled trial design
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