Knowledge deficit on diet and footcare for diabetics in Trinidad
Parbatee Siewdass, DNP, University of the West Indies School of Nursing, St Augustine, University of the West Indies - St Augustine, St Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago; Shenelle Ragbir; Nalini Ramsood; Shauna-Marie Blake; Esther Daniel
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Internationally, Trinidad and Tobago ranked among the countries with the most prevalent number of cases of diabetes a chronic and potentially life-threatening disease. While effective self-management is fundamental to achieve optimum control of blood sugar only few individuals engaged in the recommended levels of diabetes self-management practices.
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