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by Alexander Kusher
Kusher A, Salvo M. Impact of Community Pharmacist Intervention on Self-Care and Behavior Change of Patients with Diabetes and/or Hypertension. SelfCare 2016;7(1)1-9
by B Stetson, S Boren, H Leventhal, D Schlundt, R Glasgow, E Fisher, R Iannotti, D Randal, D Kent, T Lumber, J Nelson, L Ruggiero, C Barnes, K Fitzner
Stetson B. Problem Solving in Diabetes Self-Management. SelfCare 2010;1(3):83-99
Problem solving is integral to successful self-management by those with diabetes, yet it is reportedly the most difficult skill to teach. The American Association of Diabetes Educators hosted a Problem Solving Symposium during which 15 invited thought leaders from multiple disciplines examined current knowledge about problem solving and the translation of empirical findings into the practice of diabetes self-management education.
by D L Wolf, K L Kemmis, J Kavookjian, J Largay, J F Zrebiec, J Sidorov, T B Compton, C Cox, K Ernst, G Scheiner, N Soni, P C Butler, D Sherr, L Kolb, K Fitzner
Wolf D et al. Strategies for Improvement. SelfCare 2011;2(2):25-40
Despite the health benefits of physical activity, many people with diabetes are not physically active. In 2010, the American Association of Diabetes Educators hosted a Being Active Symposium during which 17 invited thought leaders examined current knowledge about physical activity in diabetes and translated evidence into diabetes care and self-management education.
by Ruth Lipman, Dawn Sherr
Lipman R, Sherr D. Depression Screening in Diabetes Self-Management Education and Support: Acknowledging the Elephant in the Room. SelfCare 2013;4(3):75-82