LOGIN TO YOUR ACCOUNT

Username
Password
Remember Me
Or use your Academic/Social account:

CREATE AN ACCOUNT

Or use your Academic/Social account:

Congratulations!

You have just completed your registration at OpenAire.

Before you can login to the site, you will need to activate your account. An e-mail will be sent to you with the proper instructions.

Important!

Please note that this site is currently undergoing Beta testing.
Any new content you create is not guaranteed to be present to the final version of the site upon release.

Thank you for your patience,
OpenAire Dev Team.

Close This Message

CREATE AN ACCOUNT

Name:
Username:
Password:
Verify Password:
E-mail:
Verify E-mail:
*All Fields Are Required.
Please Verify You Are Human:
fbtwitterlinkedinvimeoflicker grey 14rssslideshare1
Brundrett, M; Okeya, EO
Publisher: International Organisation of Scientific Research
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: RA0421
The study evaluates the knowledge of diabetes education programmes and support systems on Type 2 diabetes self-management among Black Africans in Liverpool. Self-management of diabetes takes into consideration the choices that people with diabetes must make on a daily basis. A total of thirty participants, 43.3% males and 56.7% females, with type 2 diabetes of age range between 40 – 79 years completed questionnaires combined with semi-structured interview (n=30). The duration of their diabetes was between 1-30 years. The study adopts non-probabilistic, snowball sampling approach as the primary and most effective strategy for choosing participants for data collection and employs descriptive and multiple Regression Statistical Analysis. Based on these findings, it was suggested that improving knowledge of people with diabetes is of utmost importance in order for them to control or prevent the complications associated with the disease among others.
  • The results below are discovered through our pilot algorithms. Let us know how we are doing!

    • International Diabetes Federation. The Diabetes Atlas (3rd edition). Brussels, 2006, http://www.diabetesatlas.org/content/economic-impacts-diabetes [Accessed 25/2/13].Lozano, R., Naghavi, M, Foreman, K., Lim, S., Shibuya, K., Aboyans, V., Abraham, J., Adair, T., Aggarwal, R., Ahn, S. Y.,Alvarado, M., Anderson, H. R., Anderson, L. M., Andrews, K. G., Atkinson, C., Baddour, L. M., Barker-Collo, S., Bartels, D. H.,Bell, M. L., Benjamin, E. J., Bennett, D., Bhalla, K., Bikbov, B., Bin Abdulhak, A., Birbeck, G., Blyth, F., Bolliger, I., Boufous, S.,Bucello, C., Burch, M.. Global and regional mortality from 235 causes of death for 20 age groups in 1990 and 2010: a systematicanalysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study, Lancet, 380, 2012, 2095-2117.
    • Currie, C. J., Gale. E. A. M. & Poole, C. D. Estimation of primary care treatment costs and treatment efficacy for people with type 1and type 2 diabetes in the United Kingdom from 1997 to 2007. Diabetes Medicine, 27, 2010, 938-948.
    • National Collaborating Centre for Chronic Conditions Type 2 DM. National clinical guideline for management in primary andsecondary care.London Royal College of Physicians, 2008.
    • Björk, S. The cost of diabetes and diabetes care, Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice, 54, 2001, (Supplement 1), S13-S18.
    • Jonsson, P. M., Marke, L. A., Nystrom, L., Wall, S. &Ostman, J. Excess costs of medical care 1 and 8 years after diagnosis of diabetes: estimates from young and middle-aged incidence cohorts in Sweden, Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice, 50, 2000, 35-47.
    • Seuring, T., Suhrcke, M. &Archangelidi, O. The economic costs of Type 2 Diabetes: A global systematic. Journal of Pharmaco Economics, 33, 2015, 811-831.
    • Hex, N., Bartlett, C., Wright, D., Taylor, M. & Varley, D. Estimating the current and future costs of Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes in theUK, including direct health costs and indirect societal and productivity costs.Diabetic Medicine, 2012, 855-862.
    • Orem, D. E. Nursing: Concepts and Practice (6th ed.) St. Louis, MO: Mosby, 2001.
    • McEwen, M. M., Baird, M., Pasvogel, A., & Gallegos, G. Health-illness transition experiences among Mexican immigrant womenwith diabetes, Family and Community Health, 30, 2007, (3), 201-212.
    • Lindenmeyer, A., Whitlock, S., Sturt, J. & Griffiths, F. Patient engagement with a diabetes self-management intervention, ChronicIllness, 6, 2010, (4), 306-16.
    • Diabetes UK, 'Improving supported self-management for people with diabetes'. Reports and statistics. Supported selfmanagement',2009. www.diabetes.org.uk . [accessed 15/4/14].
    • Srivastava, S. R., Shrivastava, P. S. & Ramasamy, J. Role of self-care in management of diabetes mellitus. Journal of Diabetes &Metabolic Disorders.12, 2013, 14.
    • Diabetes UK. Diabetes and the disadvantaged: reducing health inequalities in the UK A report by the All Party Parliamentary Groupfor Diabetes and Diabetes UK, 2006. http://www.diabetes.org.uk [Accessed 15/2/14].
    • Department of Health Turning the corner: improving diabetes care London: Department of Health, 2006.
    • World Health Organization. Global burden of diabetes: WHO projects a 170% growth in the number of people with diabetes indeveloping countries by 2025, 1998. http://www.who.int/inf-pr-1998/en/pr98-63.html [Accessed 12/6/13].
    • Ali, M. K., Bullard, K. M., Saaddine, J. B., Cowie, C. C., Imperatore, G. & Gregg, E.W Achievement of goals in US diabetes care,1999-2010.The New England Journal of Medicine, 368, 2013, 1613-1624.
    • &Khunti, K. Quality of care of people with type 2 diabetes in eight European countries: findings from the Guideline adherence toenhance care (GUIDANCE) study. Diabetes Care, 36, 2013 (9): 2628-2638.
    • National Diabetes Audit: Report 1: Care Processes and Treatment Targets. 2011-2012, http://www.hqip.org.uk/asset/NCAPOPLibrary/NCAPOP-2013-14/NDA-2011-2012-CareProcessesTreatmentTargets.pdf.
    • Song, S. H. &Hardisty, C. A. Early onset type 2 diabetes mellitus: a harbinger for complications in later years-clinical observationfrom a secondary care cohort. QJM: AnInternational Journal of Medicine, 102, 2009, (11):799-806.
    • Fagot-Campagna, A., Pettitt, D. J., Engelgau, M. M., Burrows, N. R., Geiss, L. S., Valdez, R., Beckles, G. L., Saaddine, J., Gregg, E.W., Williamson, D. F., & Narayan, K. M. Type 2 diabetes among North American children and adolescents: An epidemiologic reviewand a public health perspective. The Journal of Paediatrics,136, 2000, (5): 664-672.
    • Coulter, A., Parsons, S. &Askham, J. Where are the patients in decision-making about their own care? WHO Regional Office forEurope, Denmark, 2008.
    • Yang, L. H., Kleinman, A., Link, B. G., Phelan, J. C., Lee, S. & Good, B. Culture and stigma: Adding moral experience to stigmatheory. Social Science & Medicine. 64, 2007, (7): 1524-1535.
    • Samuel-Hodge, C. D., Watkins, D. C., Rowell, K. L. &Hooten, E. G. Coping styles, well-being, and self-care behaviors amongAfrican Americans with type 2 diabetes.The Diabetes Educator, 34, 2008, 501-510.
    • Navaie-Waliser, M., Feldman, P. H., Gould, D. A., Levine, C. L., Kuerbis A. N., &Donelan, K. (2002). When the caregiver needscare: The plight of vulnerable caregivers. American Journal of Public Health, 92 (3) 409-413.
    • Funnell, M. M. & Anderson R. M. Empowerment and Self-Management of Diabetes. Clinical Diabetes. 22, 2004, (3) 123-127.
    • Norris, S. L., Engelgau, M. M., &Venkat, N. K. M. (2001). Effectiveness of self- management training in type 2 diabetes.
    • DiabetesCare, 24(3), 561-587.
    • Oftedal, B., Karlsen, B., &Bru, E. Perceived support from healthcare practitioners among adults with type 2 diabetes. Journal ofAdvanced Nursing, 66, 2010, (7)1500-1509.
    • Kadirvelu, A., Sadasivan, S & Ng, S. H. Social support in type II diabetes care: a case of too little, too late. Diabetes MetabolicSyndrome and Obesity. 5, 2012, 407-417.
    • Diabetes UK, Key statistics on Diabetes 2012.
    • Oldroyd, J., Banerjee, M., Heald, A. &Crickshank, K. Diabetes and ethnic minorities. Postgraduate Medical Journal, 81, 2005, 486490.
    • Chamnan, P., Simmons, R. K., Forouhi, N. G., Luben, R. N., Khaw, K., Wareham, N. J. & Griffin, N. J. Incidence of Type 2 Diabetesusing proposed HbA1c diagnostic criteria in the European prospective investigation of cancer-Norfolk cohort: implications forpreventive strategies. Diabetes Care, 34,2011,950-956.
    • Department of Health, UK. Equity and excellence: liberating the NHS. London: Department of Health 2010a.
    • Department of Health. Modern standards and service models - diabetes: national service framework standards. London: Departmentof Health, 2001.
    • The NHS Information Centre. Health Survey for England 2004: health of ethnic minorities, 2006, http://bit.ly/hse2.
    • [Accessed12/4/2012).
    • Tang, Y. H., Pang, S. M. C., Chan, M. F., Yeung, G. S. P. & Yeung, V. T. F. 'Health literacy, complication awareness, and diabeticcontrol in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus', Journal of Advanced Nursing, 62, 2008, (1) 74-83.
    • Maina, W. K., Ndengwa, Z. M., Njenga, E. W. &Mucheni, E. W. Knowledge, attitude, and practices related to diabetes amongcommunity members in four provinces in Kenya. A cross-sectional study.African Journal of Diabetes Medicine, 19, 2011, 15-18.
    • Gagliardino, J., Gonzalez, C. &Caporale, J. The diabetes-related attitudes of health care professionals and persons with diabetes inArgentina. Public Health, 22, 2007, 304-307.
    • Brody, G. H., Kogan, S. M., Murry, V. M., Chen, Y., & Brown, A. C. Psychological functioning, support for self-management, andglycemic control among rural African American adults with diabetes mellitus type 2. Health Psychology, 27, 2008, (1): S83- S90.
    • Khuwatsamrit, K., Hanucharurnkul, S., Chyun, D., Panpakdee, O., Tanomsup, S., &Viwatwongkasem, C. Social support, selfefficacy, and adherence to self- care requirements in patients with coronary artery disease. Administrative Advisory Board, 156, 2006,155-164.
    • Siripitayakunkit, A., Hanucharurnkul, S., Melkus, G., Vorapongsathorn, T., Rattarasarn, C., &Arpanantikul, M. Factors contributingto integrating lifestyle in Thai women with type 2 diabetes. Thai Journal of Nursing Research, 12, 2008, (3):166.
    • Orem, D. E. Nursing Concepts of practice. (5thed.) St Louis: Mosby Year Book Inc. 1995.
  • Inferred research data

    The results below are discovered through our pilot algorithms. Let us know how we are doing!

    Title Trust
    49
    49%
  • No similar publications.

Share - Bookmark

Cite this article