Factors influencing self-management in patients with Type 2 Diabetes in General Practice: a qualitative study
posted by Research Admin 1 on 11 February 2019
This qualitative research explores the barriers that inhibit many Australian adults with type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) to engage in healthy behaviour and avoid complications. The authors conclude that, "Multi-level strategies are needed to address this wide range of factors that are beyond the scope of single services or organisations. These could include tailoring health education and resources to e-health literacy and culture, attention to social networks and the patient-provider relationship, and facilitating access to affordable on-site allied health services."
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Dao, J, et al. Factors influencing self-management in patients with Type 2 Diabetes in General Practice: a qualitative study. Australian Journal of Primary Health, January, 2019 [Epub ahead of print]