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Blood Glucose Self-Regulation Intervention in Prediabetes: A Pilot Study

Blood Glucose Self-Regulation Intervention in Prediabetes: A Pilot Study Blood Glucose Self-Regulation Intervention in Prediabetes: A Pilot Study CAROL J. HOWE, PHD, RN, CDCES, FAAN  KENNETH LOWRANCE, DNP, APRN, CNS, FNP-BC, NEA-BC, CNE, FAANP YAN ZHANG, PHDS  RAMONA BAUCHAM, MSN, MS ORD, RN (DOCTORAL STUDENT)  DONELLE M. BARNES, PHD, RN The Texas Department of Health reports that 1 in 3 awareness of prediabetes and that their clinicians Hispanic adults in Texas are obese and that 1 in 10 did not emphasize the diagnosis or advise lifestyle have prediabetes. Mexican Americans experience modifi cations. a lifetime risk of diabetes over 50%, with The Diabetes Prevention Program showed signifi cant disparities in complications, including promising results in delaying diabetes onset the highest rates of kidney disease, vision loss, and but may be too resource-intensive for free, heart disease, compared to non-Hispanic whites volunteer-dependent, primary care clinics. Free and blacks. clinics provide primary care services to people According to Hsueh and colleagues, Hispanic with limited income and no health insurance. immigrants were less likely to perceive diabetes Feasible prediabetes education interventions in risk compared to US-born Hispanics. The American low-resource primary care clinics are needed to Diabetes Association recommends early detection prevent or delay prediabetes from converting to http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png ADCES in Practice SAGE

Blood Glucose Self-Regulation Intervention in Prediabetes: A Pilot Study

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SAGE
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© 2021 by the American Association of Diabetes Educators
ISSN
2633-559X
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2633-5603
DOI
10.1177/2633559x211034517
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Abstract

Blood Glucose Self-Regulation Intervention in Prediabetes: A Pilot Study CAROL J. HOWE, PHD, RN, CDCES, FAAN  KENNETH LOWRANCE, DNP, APRN, CNS, FNP-BC, NEA-BC, CNE, FAANP YAN ZHANG, PHDS  RAMONA BAUCHAM, MSN, MS ORD, RN (DOCTORAL STUDENT)  DONELLE M. BARNES, PHD, RN The Texas Department of Health reports that 1 in 3 awareness of prediabetes and that their clinicians Hispanic adults in Texas are obese and that 1 in 10 did not emphasize the diagnosis or advise lifestyle have prediabetes. Mexican Americans experience modifi cations. a lifetime risk of diabetes over 50%, with The Diabetes Prevention Program showed signifi cant disparities in complications, including promising results in delaying diabetes onset the highest rates of kidney disease, vision loss, and but may be too resource-intensive for free, heart disease, compared to non-Hispanic whites volunteer-dependent, primary care clinics. Free and blacks. clinics provide primary care services to people According to Hsueh and colleagues, Hispanic with limited income and no health insurance. immigrants were less likely to perceive diabetes Feasible prediabetes education interventions in risk compared to US-born Hispanics. The American low-resource primary care clinics are needed to Diabetes Association recommends early detection prevent or delay prediabetes from converting to

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ADCES in PracticeSAGE

Published: Nov 1, 2021

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