Health education and promotion that reflects on early detection treatment as

Health education and promotion that reflects on early

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population will assist in preventing the risks factors. Health education and promotion that reflects on early detection, treatment as well as standardized T2D management especially at the lower levels is essential in the African American community setting .
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Running Head: INTERVENTION PROGRAM 3 Health and medicine T2D patients especially the African American are less well controlled compared to other patients of different races. In addition, they are less likely to receive treatments and recommendation for improved glycaemic control since they are of a lower socioeconomic status and the services are expensive (Khunti and Yale, 2015). Intervention on counseling and support reduces the rates at which patients are hospitalized when offered by health practitioners (El Saghier and Bekhet, 2015) . They are able to manage themselves even better through self-care, self-efficacy with reduced negative emotions. A combination of therapies at affordable rates early enough with oral doses which corresponds in different mechanisms can result in several synergistic with lower side effects (Khunti and Yale, 2015). Health practitioners should be guided by standardized clinical assessment sequenced by data to categorize the risk. The target values should be indicated and the risk factor in control . Education plan The participants in program delivery should be appropriately trained in areas such as operations target, job description and capabilities required in conducting a certain role. Health practitioners and community based workers should be equipped with basic knowledge in T2D care model as well as team based care ( Diabetes Prevention Program Research Group, 2015). In addition, ancillary materials that will aid African American education with appropriate language, illustrations, literacy and culture .
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  • Spring '18
  • MONICA LAJEUNE
  • Diabetes mellitus type 2, intervention program

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