Transition Program for Young Adults With Type 1 Diabetes
Stephanie Ann Lesosky, BSN, RN, School of Nursing, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
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Griggs, Stephanie; Redeker, Nancy S.; Grey, MargaretThe first aim was to determine the feasibility of recruiting, enrolling, and retaining 20 young adults ages 18-30 with T1D to complete baseline questionnaires and neurocognitive tests, and to wear a continuous glucose ...
Saylor, Jennifer L. (2016-03-21)Session presented on Monday, November 9, 2015 and Tuesday, November 10, 2015: Background/Purpose: Approximately three million Americans have type 1 diabetes, which is the most common childhood metabolic disease. Transitional ...
Chiang, Yueh-Tao; Chang, Chi-Wen; Yu, Hsing-Yi; Lo, Fu-SungThe purpose of this study was to explore the transitional life experiences of patients with type 1 diabetes on age 16-25 years old. Including 6 themes: hibernation, breakthrough, frustration, worries, worry and find the ...
Chiang, Yueh-Tao; Chang, C. W.; Yu, Hsing-Yi; Lo, Fu-Sung (2018-06-28)The purpose of this meta-synthesis was to understand the transitional healthcare needs of patients with type 1 diabetes in age 16-25 years old. Including 5 themes: health, autonomy, interpersonal interaction, society, and ...
Effectiveness of educational intervention on diabetic knowledge and HbA1c levels of Kenyan adults with T2DM Bett, Sabina Jeruto; Ade-Oshifogun, Jochebed BeaThis study explored the effect of structured diabetes educational intervention on diabetes knowledge, self-efficacy, and HbA1c levels for people with T2DM living in Kenya. The improvement observed in the variables measured ...