Ethical Considerations The study was approved by an Institutional Review Board

Ethical considerations the study was approved by an

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Ethical ConsiderationsThe study was approved by an Institutional Review Board. PAtient privacy was anonymous and protected. There was no ethical consideration regarding treatment of the patients according to the researchers (Humaynum, et. al, 2018 p. 280).
RUNNING HEAD: Rough Draft Quantitative Research Critique and Ethical Considerations6ConclusionThere is an importance to the statement of those with adverse diabetic events and their recurrence needed proper education. The rate of incidence and prevalence of these events continue to increase, and mortality rates are on the rise as well. The BERTIE program may not becompletely applicable, but its merits are in its scope for the different issues it addresses with current diabetes education, as well as the improvements that it makes to current methods. Psychological treatment, as well as regimen practice within the education setting are important tools needed to be implemented to hospitals who have been reported to have an abundance of recurrent cases. The BERTIE education system is a step in the right direction for patient education, with outcomes lasting for up to five years before any reduction is seen, and further studies can make good use of the methodology of this study.ReferencesBenoit SR, Zhang Y, Geiss LS, Gregg EW, Albright A. Trends in Diabetic Ketoacidosis Hospitalizations and In-Hospital Mortality — United States, 2000–2014. MMWR Morb Mortal
RUNNING HEAD: Rough Draft Quantitative Research Critique and Ethical Considerations7Wkly Rep 2018;67:362–365. DOI: .Hellman, R. (2014). An Individualized Inpatient Diabetes Education and Hospital Transition Program for Poorly Controlled Hospitalized Patients with Diabetes. Endocrine Practice,20(10), 1097-1099. doi:10.4158/ep14283.coHumayun, M. A., Jenkins, E., Knott, J., Ryder, J., Shaban, C., Weiss, M., . . . Brooks, A. (2018). Intensive structured education for type 1 diabetes management using BERTIE: Long-term follow-up to assess impact on glycaemic control and quality of life indices. Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice, 143, 275-281. doi:10.1016/j.diabres.2018.07.034Randall, L., Begovic, J., Hudson, M., Smiley, D., Peng, L., Pitre, N., . . . Umpierrez, G. (2011). Recurrent Diabetic Ketoacidosis in Inner-City Minority Patients: Behavioral, socioeconomic, andpsychosocial factors. Diabetes Care, 34(9), 1891-1896. doi:10.2337/dc11-0701

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