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Diabetes Understanding the Patients Perspective and Encouraging Self-care

Diabetes Understanding the Patients Perspective and Encouraging Self-care

Diabetes Understanding the Patients Perspective and Encouraging Self-care

Rupal Shah  Managing Editor - Clinical Management
Rupal Shah Managing Editor - Clinical Management
on behalf of Health Education England

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Launch date: 18 Apr 2018
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Last updated: 13 Dec 2019

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Having diabetes can have huge implications on quality of life, life expectancy and lifestyle. This session explores some of these issues and the impact that diabetes can have on psychosocial welfare. This session was last reviewed by Paresh Dawda and updated on 18/06/2013.

Objectives

By the end of this session you will be able to:
• Describe the impact that diabetes can have on the quality of life of the individual
• Recognise the psychological co-morbidities that occur with diabetes
• Identify strategies to enable patients with diabetes to self-care
• Recognise the social implications of diabetes
• Recognise the role of national and community-based support groups for people with diabetes
Rupal Shah  Managing Editor - Clinical Management

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Rupal Shah Managing Editor - Clinical Management
on behalf of Health Education England

Rupal Shah is a GP partner in Battersea in London. She has written two books for GPs in training (General Practice: The Clinical Survival Guide and Hot Topics for the MRCGP).

She is Programme Director for Assessment and Retainers for HESL and is an e-learning development fellow at the RCGP. She is on the advisory board of ’Family Medicine’.

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  • Health Education England
  • 0.50 Units -
    Exam Pass Rate: 60

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