Happy Feet in Tomagwa: A Diabetic Foot Education Intervention
Carmencita S. Abood, DNP, MBA, RN, Nursing, Lonestar College North Harris, Houston, Texas, USA
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The complexity of Diabetes requires a multidisciplinary approach which may not be available in many rural health care settings. Fragmented diabetic patient education and under usage of standards of diabetic foot care among disparate populations can be addressed by implementation of a standardized evidenced based diabetic foot education intervention.
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|Keywords||Diabetic Foot Ulcer;
Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus
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