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Journal of social health and diabetes 15건

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

    Kadithi, Adibabu , Shetty, Raman , Jena, Biranchi
    Journal of social health and diabetes v.1 no.1 ,pp. 32 , 2013 , 2321-0656 ,

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  2. [해외논문]   Innovative strategies under changing diabetes barometer in building diabetes registry in Puducherry  

    Raman, K. (Department of Health and Family Welfare, Government of Puducherry, Puducherry, India)
    Journal of social health and diabetes v.1 no.1 ,pp. 037 - 040 , 2013 , 2321-0656 ,

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    Abstract Diabetes is continuing to be a huge burden in India with more than 60 million people suffering from it. Managing the growing menace of diabetes, we need to establish proper system and strategy in place. Despite a wealth of literature on prevalence, reliable data on the registry of diabetes is lacking in most parts of the world including India. Without such data, the fight against diabetes is being driven in the dark. The current national or state initiatives in the collection of data are incongruent and call for a concerted approach to gather information and track progress. In this prospect, the initiative taken by Government of Puducherry in collaboration with Novo Nordisk Education Foundation is highly innovative as it ensures whole population coverage, introduction of unique identity for each people, automated data processing, and web-based information system along with effective diabetes management.

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    회원님의 원문열람 권한에 따라 열람이 불가능 할 수 있으며 권한이 없는 경우 해당 사이트의 정책에 따라 회원가입 및 유료구매가 필요할 수 있습니다.이동하는 사이트에서의 모든 정보이용은 NDSL과 무관합니다.

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  3. [해외논문]   The ADA-EASD patient-centered guidelines for management of hyperglycemia: Are they patient-centered enough?  

    Kalra, Sanjay (Department of Endocrinology, Bharti Hospital and BRIDE, Karnal, Haryana, India ) , Bantwal, Ganapathy (Department of Endocrinology, St. John′s Medical College, Bangalore, India ) , John, Mathew (Providence Endocrine and Diabetes Specialty Centre, Murinjapalam, Trivandrum, Kerala, India)
    Journal of social health and diabetes v.1 no.1 ,pp. 041 - 043 , 2013 , 2321-0656 ,

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    Abstract Background: The American diabetes association (ADA) and European association for the study of diabetes (EASD) recently issued an updated position statement on the management of hyperglycemia in type 2 diabetes. The choice of nomenclature of these guidelines is refreshing as it highlights a patient-centered approach to managing diabetes. Discussion: This debate looks at these guidelines through the prism of patient-centeredness, it tries to assess if the authors of the ADA-EASD position statement have been able to “walk the talk” with respect to the patient-centered approach that they advocate. Conclusion: We conclude that the guidelines can be made more patient-centered, by emphasizing psychosocial and psychiatric comorbidity of diabetes, ethno pharmacy, and patient-friendly insulin regimes and oral fixed dose combinations, in a culturally competent, globally acceptable manner.

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  4. [해외논문]   Changing diabetes® barometer: A global quality monitoring framework for improving patient outcomes  

    Jain, Pavika (Novo Nordisk, Denmark ) , Aamand, Niels (Novo Nordisk, Denmark)
    Journal of social health and diabetes v.1 no.1 ,pp. 044 - 047 , 2013 , 2321-0656 ,

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    This article has a global perspective and includes examples from several continents i.e. Latin America, Africa, Asia and Europe. The Changing Diabetes? Barometer (CDB) is a Novo Nordisk initiative that works as a worldwide quality monitoring system for diabetes management to measure the gains made in the fight against diabetes focusing on quality of care and patient outcomes. CDB provides a platform for countries to share local diabetes data and good practices. In doing so it aims to disseminate improved practices of care. CDB is conceptualised as a framework that can help change diabetes. Its three cornerstones are “Measure, Share, Improve” (MSI): • MEASURE the quality of diabetes care through patient outcomes and care processes. • SHARE data on the quality of diabetes care and good practices with all relevant stakeholders. • IMPROVE the quality of diabetes care by identifying and actively spreading good practices in diabetes care and inspire others to adopt and follow best practice examples. Italy and Algeria both constitute best practice examples of CDB initiatives. In Italy a registry solution is already solidly implemented and improvements in patient outcomes have been documented. The initiative in Algeria has recently been initiated including establishment of IT equipment in participating clinics to ensure all relevant measurements. This will enable transparency on current level of quality of diabetes care. Both initiatives have the common goal of driving improvements in quality of care and patient outcomes across clinics. India is another good example where data is collected through the CDB aimed at driving improvement of diabetes care in order to improve quality of life for people with diabetes. CDB in India is implemented in five states (Goa, Bihar, Gujarat, Puducherry and Andhra Pradesh) and is planned to be expanded to five additional states.

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  5. [해외논문]   'Sho-Goh-Wah-Pee-Nay' - The sugar disease: Not so sweet!  

    Mundra, Vishal (Department of Internal Medicine, St. John Medical Center, SJP Hospitalist Office, Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA)
    Journal of social health and diabetes v.1 no.1 ,pp. 048 - 050 , 2013 , 2321-0656 ,

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    Abstract “Sho-goh-wah-pee-nay” or “sugar disease,” an Oji-Cree word (Native American Indian terminology), is more commonly known as “diabetes." Over the last 70 years, diabetes has become an epidemic within Native American Indian tribes. At about 16%, American Indians and Alaska Natives have the highest occurrence of diabetes in the United States. There are 566 federally recognized tribes. Drifting genes, obesity, and lower educational levels are among the well-known causes of disease management in this group. However, often forgotten are the socio-cultural aspects of this issue. Disease perception, diet, traditional medicine, poor communication, sedentary lifestyle, poor socio-economic status are most important obstacles. Various government-funded programs like National Diabetes Education Program, “We have the power to prevent diabetes” and “Move it! And reduce your risk of diabetes” and diabetes prevention program are in place. Similar guidelines should be developed for all the ethnic or tribal groups across the world before it becomes a pandemic.

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