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  1. The BD commitment: diabetes education for all

    Español Français Русский Volume 51 | Special Issue article_467_en.pdf educational programmes, children, counsellors, safety Diabetes in Society Children Education Healthcare costs Insulin Diabetes treatment ...

    admin - 05/20/2008 - 11:25 - Volume 51 | Special Issue

  2. The complex and constantly evolving role of diabetes educators

    Español Français Русский Diabetes educators are professional healthcare providers who are qualified to work with people in the management of their diabetes. The role of diabetes educators is dynamic ... Core components are clinical care, education, counselling, research, and management. The role of the ...

    admin - 06/25/2008 - 16:23 - Volume 52 | Special Issue - Dunning Trisha

  3. Implementing a post-graduate degree course for diabetes educators in Argentina

    receive appropriate diabetes education. Thus, many people with diabetes are handicapped in their self-care ... aims to promote and diffuse high-quality diabetes education by training healthcare providers to become expert educators. Volume 52 | Special Issue Juan José Gagliardino del Carmen Malbrán María Clark Jr ...

    admin - 06/25/2008 - 16:24 - Volume 52 | Special Issue - Juan José Gagliardino del Carmen Malbrán María Clark Jr Charles

  4. The IDF Education Foundation: promoting excellence in diabetes care

    Español Français Русский The IDF Education Foundation was established in 1992 during the IDF ... annual GDP of less than 3500 USD per capita. The overriding objective of the Education Foundation is, by providing scientific and medical education on a charitable basis, to help to alleviate critical shortages in ...

    admin - 05/20/2008 - 11:25 - Volume 51 | Issue 4 - Cockram Clive Pierre Lefèbvre

  5. Using new technologies in diabetes education

    implementation of new technologies in the field of diabetes care and education, citing examples of effective ... Kleinebreil Line diabetes education, technologies, Internet, satellite Diabetes in Society Education ...

    admin - 06/25/2008 - 16:22 - Volume 52 | Special Issue - Kleinebreil Line

  6. Diabetes education and empowerment: a role for youth

    that would educate young people with diabetes about diabetes issues, and help empower them to work ... Campo Amigo Diabetes in Society Children Education Empowerment and self-management People with diabetes ...

    admin - 05/20/2008 - 11:23 - Volume 48 | Issue 3 - Fuchs-Simon Jesse Cuttriss Nick

  7. Education helps decision-making for affordable, healthy food and control

    needs. 1 Bettina Tahsin 2014_2_Tahsin.pdf Diabetes in Society Awareness Education Empowerment and ...

    aabolina - 05/20/2014 - 15:43 - - Bettina Tahsin

  8. Family-centred education for migrants with diabetes in Scotland

    Español Français Русский A culturally sensitive, intensive diabetes education service is being delivered in the community to people of ethnic-minority origin living with type 2 diabetes in Lothian, ... minorities, education, barriers, cookery, psychosocial issues Diabetes in Society Psychological issues Type ...

    admin - 05/20/2008 - 11:25 - Volume 52 | Issue 1 - Kerr Lubna

  9. From diabetes education and prevention all the way to sporting excellence – Italy’s BCD Campaign

    slow progress has been made translating this knowledge into effective lifestyle education to engender ... which aims to spread a culture of diabetes prevention through healthy lifestyle education. Volume 56 ...

    Lorenzo.Piemonte - 12/02/2011 - 15:24 - Volume 56 | Special Issue 2 - Massimo Massi-Benedetti

  10. Proyecto Itzaes – preventing diabetes through education in rural Yucatan

    The mission of Proyecto Itzaes is to provide educational resources for children and families in villages in Yucatan, Mexico, where traditional farming and fishing no longer can support Indigenous ... according to project founder and author of this article, Cindy Wilbur, only through education can children ...

    aabolina - 06/12/2013 - 11:55 - Volume 57 | Special Issue 1 - Cynthia J. Wilber

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