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Journal of social health and diabetes 15건

  1. [해외논문]   Diabetes: Exploring social and psychological domain  

    Das, Ashok (Department of Medicine, JIPMER, Puducherry, India ) , Kalra, Sanjay (Department of Endocrinology, Bharti Hospital and B.R.I.D.E., Karnal, India)
    Journal of social health and diabetes v.1 no.1 ,pp. 001 - 002 , 2013 , 2321-0656 ,

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  2. [해외논문]   Diabetes: Exploring social and psychological domain  

    Kalra, Sanjay , Das, AshokKumar
    Journal of social health and diabetes v.1 no.1 ,pp. 1 , 2013 , 2321-0656 ,

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  3. [해외논문]   Managing diabetes: The drivers of change  

    Kalra, Sanjay (Department of Endocrinology, Bharti Hospital and BRIDE, Karnal, Haryana, India ) , Das, Ashok (Department of Medicine, JIPMER, Puducherry, India ) , Sahay, Rakesh (Department of Endocrinology, Osmania General Hospital, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India)
    Journal of social health and diabetes v.1 no.1 ,pp. 003 - 005 , 2013 , 2321-0656 ,

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  4. [해외논문]   An overview of the rationale for qualitative research methods in social health  

    Stuckey, Heather (Department of Medicine and Public Health Sciences, Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine, USA)
    Journal of social health and diabetes v.1 no.1 ,pp. 006 - 008 , 2013 , 2321-0656 ,

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    Qualitative research is a primary way to understand the context of diabetes in a person′s life, beyond the medical outcomes. Identifying the qualitative issues such as patients′ knowledge about diabetes, their beliefs and attitudes, and their relationship with health care professionals can serve as data to determine the obstacles and, in turn, resolutions to those issues in diabetes management. Characteristics of qualitative and quantitative methods are described, with the discussion that both methods are complementary, not conflicting, to further the field of diabetes research.

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  5. [해외논문]   Guidelines for ethno-centric psychosocial management of diabetes mellitus in India: The north east consensus group statement  

    Kalra, Sanjay (BRIDE, Karnal, Haryana, India ) , Baruah, Manash (Excel Center, Guwahati, Assam, India ) , Ranabir, Salam (Department of Medicine, Regional Institute of Medical Sciences, Imphal, Manipur, India ) , Singh, Ningthoujam (Department of Medicine, Regional Institute of Medical Sciences, Imphal, Manipur, India ) , Choudhury, Asit (Department of Indian Medical Association, Nagaland State Branch Dimapur, Nagaland, India ) , Sutradhar, Satish (Dr. Sutradhar′s Diabetes Clinic, Silchar, Assam, India ) , Adhikari, Santosh (Barman Diabetes Specialities, Guwahati, Assam, India ) , Dehingia, Ananda (Health and Family Welfare, India ) , Mili, Dambaru (Civil Hospital, and District Nodal Officer, NRHM, North Lakhimpur, Assam, India ) , Hesso, Kevito (Metro Hospital Dimapur, Nagaland, India ) , Rasaily, Suresh (STNM Hospital, Gangtok, Sikkim, India ) , Dkhar, Andreas (Civil Hospital, Shillong Meghalaya, India ) , Roy, Partho (Diabetes Center, Bongaigaon, India ) , Majumder, Shahnowaj (Advance Diabetes Care Center, Silchar, India ) , Ahmed, Rahimuddin (Ahmed Diabetes Care Center, Tezpur, Assam, India)
    Journal of social health and diabetes v.1 no.1 ,pp. 009 - 014 , 2013 , 2321-0656 ,

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    Abstract Recently published guidelines on Psychosocial Management of Diabetes in India provide evidence-based recommendations for the whole nation. However, they do not fully address the myriad socio-cultural issues prevalent in the North Eastern states. The eight North Eastern states of India house 45 million people, belonging to 220 ethnic groups who speak an equal number of dialects, and follow distinctly unique cultures, which impact health-related behavior. Such diversity is difficult to cover in any national guideline. This lacuna makes it necessary to have a document, which addresses the specific needs and requirements of diabetes care professionals in the North-east of India. This consensus statement aims to highlight evidence- and experience-based strategies for psychosocial management of diabetes, based upon the unique ethnographic constitution of this part of the country. It is based upon the results of a daylong focused group discussion, held at Sonapur, Assam, on 9th February 2013, involving key opinion leaders from most North-eastern states, including all geographical divisions of Assam. Recommendations are classified into three domains: General, psychological, and socio-cultural, and graded by the weight they should have in clinical practice. Eighteen recommendations of varying strength are made, to help professionals identify the psycho-socio-cultural determinants of diabetes, and to explore the role of psycho-socio-cultural interventions in devising support strategies for people with diabetes and their families. They also aid in developing core skills needed for effective diabetes management. These recommendations provide practical guidelines to fulfill unmet needs in diabetes management in the North-east and help achieve a qualitative improvement in diabetes care. The guidelines may also be useful for diabetes care professionals working with other indigenous groups across the world.

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  6. [해외논문]   Guidelines for ethno-centric psychosocial management of diabetes mellitus in India: The north east consensus group statement  

    Baruah, ManashP , Choudhury, AsitBaran , Dehingia, Ananda , Dkhar, Andreas , Hesso, Kevito , Kalra, Sanjay , Majumder, Shahnowaj , Mili, DambaruDhar , Ranabir, Salam , Rasaily, SureshMadan , Roy, Partho , Singh, NingthoujamBiplam , Sutradhar, Satish , Adhikari, Santosh , Ahmed, Rahimuddin
    Journal of social health and diabetes v.1 no.1 ,pp. 9 , 2013 , 2321-0656 ,

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    Abstract Recently published guidelines on Psychosocial Management of Diabetes in India provide evidence-based recommendations for the whole nation. However, they do not fully address the myriad socio-cultural issues prevalent in the North Eastern states. The eight North Eastern states of India house 45 million people, belonging to 220 ethnic groups who speak an equal number of dialects, and follow distinctly unique cultures, which impact health-related behavior. Such diversity is difficult to cover in any national guideline. This lacuna makes it necessary to have a document, which addresses the specific needs and requirements of diabetes care professionals in the North-east of India. This consensus statement aims to highlight evidence- and experience-based strategies for psychosocial management of diabetes, based upon the unique ethnographic constitution of this part of the country. It is based upon the results of a daylong focused group discussion, held at Sonapur, Assam, on 9th February 2013, involving key opinion leaders from most North-eastern states, including all geographical divisions of Assam. Recommendations are classified into three domains: General, psychological, and socio-cultural, and graded by the weight they should have in clinical practice. Eighteen recommendations of varying strength are made, to help professionals identify the psycho-socio-cultural determinants of diabetes, and to explore the role of psycho-socio-cultural interventions in devising support strategies for people with diabetes and their families. They also aid in developing core skills needed for effective diabetes management. These recommendations provide practical guidelines to fulfill unmet needs in diabetes management in the North-east and help achieve a qualitative improvement in diabetes care. The guidelines may also be useful for diabetes care professionals working with other indigenous groups across the world.

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  7. [해외논문]   Socio-cultural aspects of diabetes mellitus in Nigeria  

    Chinenye, S. (Department of Medicine, University of Port Harcourt Teaching Hospital, Rivers State, Nigeria ) , Ogbera, A. (Department of Medicine, Lagos State University Teaching Hospital, Ikeja, Lagos, Nigeria)
    Journal of social health and diabetes v.1 no.1 ,pp. 015 - 021 , 2013 , 2321-0656 ,

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    Abstract Undoubtedly, Nigeria is the most populous country in Africa with about 400 ethnic groups and languages. There is a double burden of disease with rising incidence and prevalence of diabetes mellitus. World Health statistics indicate that Nigeria has the highest number of diabetics in sub-Saharan Africa. In spite of advances in diabetes care and facilities, desired outcomes are not good and linked to this, patient satisfaction is not optimal. Reasons include inadequate attention to biological aspects of diabetes, inadequate or inappropriate pharmacology and psycho-socio-cultural factors. In this review, crucial socio-cultural factors in Nigeria include traditional medicine, religion, diet, physical activity patterns, foot care, awareness, and stress management. Diabetes programs in Nigeria should adopt the principles of education and psycho-social support highlighted by the DAWN study, integrating our socio-cultural heritage, empowering individuals to take charge of their diabetes and achieve desired health outcomes. Religion should be explored as a potential tool to reach out on facts whilst doing away with erroneous beliefs about diabetes mellitus.

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  8. [해외논문]   Management of depression in diabetes: A review of psycho-social interventions  

    Balhara, Yatan (Department of Psychiatry, National Drug Dependence Treatment Centre, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, India ) , Verma, Rohit (Department of Psychiatry, Lady Hardinge Medical College and SSK Hospital, New Delhi, India)
    Journal of social health and diabetes v.1 no.1 ,pp. 022 - 026 , 2013 , 2321-0656 ,

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    Abstract Diabetes and depression are major public health problems associated with significant burden. They share many commonalities. Both the diseases have a very high prevalence, mortality, and disability. The current article reviews the available evidence on psycho-social interventions in management of depression in diabetes. A literature search was performed using MEDLINE, PubMed, PsycINFO, Embase, and Cochrane Review for English language articles published during 1960-2012. There is limited published literature on role of psycho-social interventions in management of depression among diabetics. The available evidence suggests that psycho-social interventions, particularly CBT, are effective in improving depression in patients with diabetes. However, these interventions are not consistently associated with improvement in markers of glycemia control (HbA1c levels).

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  9. [해외논문]   Important sociocultural aspects of diabetes mellitus in Qatar: A rapidly developing Arab gulf state  

    Soliman, Ashraf (Department of Pediatric Endocrinology, Hamad Medical Center, Doha, Qatar ) , Alali, Maryam (Qatar National Diabetes Strategy, Diabetology Department, Doha, Qatar ) , Alzyoud, Mahmoud (Department of Pediatric Endocrinology, Hamad Medical Center, Doha, Qatar ) , Awwa, Ahmed (Department of Pediatric Endocrinology, Hamad Medical Center, Doha, Qatar ) , Alhumaidi, Noora (Department of Pediatric Endocrinology, Hamad Medical Center, Doha, Qatar ) , Sabt, Aml (Department of Pediatric Endocrinology, Hamad Medical Center, Doha, Qatar)
    Journal of social health and diabetes v.1 no.1 ,pp. 027 - 031 , 2013 , 2321-0656 ,

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    Abstract Socio-cultural factors can profoundly influence diabetes control in diabetic patients. Qatar is an oil-rich country characterized by rapid urbanization. Excessive consumption of fast food, sedentary rich life style with totally air-conditioned housing, luxury cars, servants, and little outdoors activities and exercise due to hot weather most of the year have led to an epidemic of obesity and high prevalence of type 2 DM and negatively interfered with metabolic control. Increased incidence of divorce (around 40%) appears to be a risk factor for repeated diabetic keto-acidosis and poor control in children with type 1 DM. In addition, the high prevalence vitamin D deficiency and its possible depressive effect on insulin secretion may be associated with poor diabetes control.

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  10. [해외논문]   Can social scientists be the change agents for diabetes prevention? Diabetes-related knowledge, attitude, and practice among social scientists  

    Shetty, Raman (Novo Nordisk Education Foundation, Bangalore, India ) , Jena, Biranchi (Novo Nordisk Education Foundation, Bangalore, India ) , Kadithi, Adibabu (Novo Nordisk Education Foundation, Bangalore, India)
    Journal of social health and diabetes v.1 no.1 ,pp. 032 - 036 , 2013 , 2321-0656 ,

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    Abstract Introduction:Diabetes is an emergency in slow motion in India. There is an urgent need of improving awareness and education on diabetes in the community and the social scientist working in the community health are the important group to make this happen. Objectives:To assess the prevalence of diabetes among the social scientists and measure their knowledge, attitude, and practice (KAP) on diabetes. Materials and Methods:A delegate of social scientists attending a national conference on social science and health were screened for random blood sugar and a survey was conducted through a structured self-answered questionnaire on KAP in diabetes. Excel Microsoft Office 2010 package was used for descriptive analysis. Results:A total of 245 social scientists attended the conference; of them, 211 (86%) social scientists voluntarily participated in diabetes screening, and among them, 99 (47%) voluntarily responded on KAP questionnaire. Prevalence rate of diabetes among social scientists was found to be 9.5% and the study revealed that the knowledge was fair, attitude was positive, and practice was good among the social scientists working in the field of social health. Conclusion:The social scientists could be the Change Agents for the changing diabetes in the community through appropriate strategies involving them.

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