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1. Screening for glucose intolerance and development of a lifestyle education programme for prevention of type 2 diabetes in a population with intellectual disabilities: the STOP Diabetes research project

Screening for glucose intolerance and development of a lifestyle education programme for prevention of type 2 diabetes in a population with intellectual disabilities: the STOP Diabetes research project Screening for glucose intolerance and development of a lifestyle education programme for prevention of type 2 diabetes in a population with intellectual disabilities: the STOP Diabetes research project Journals Library An error occurred retrieving content to display, please try again (...) . >> >> >> Page Not Found Page not found (404) Sorry - the page you requested could not be found. Please choose a page from the navigation or try a website search above to find the information you need. >> >> >> >> Issue {{metadata .Issue }} Toolkit 1)"> 0)"> 1)"> {{metadata.Title}} {{metadata.Headline}} This research programme has enhanced understanding of type 2 diabetes in people with intellectual disabilities and allowed development and testing of strategies for early identification and intervention

2017 NIHR HTA programme

2. Review of evidence to inform a best practice model of community diabetes education

Review of evidence to inform a best practice model of community diabetes education Rapid Review Page 1 Review of evidence to inform a best practice model of community diabetes education Citation Yap G. & Melder A. 2018. A rapid review of evidence to inform a best practice model of community diabetes education. Centre for Clinical Effectiveness, Monash Health, Melbourne, Australia. Contact CCE@monashhealth.org Executive Summary Background Monash Health’s Community Services is undertaking (...) a review of Community Based Diabetes Education in line with Chronic Disease Strategy. Part of this process involves consideration of contemporary models of care and strategies in order to establish a best practice model for Community Based Diabetes Education. Objective The review aims to inform a best practice model of diabetes education by including evidence that addresses the following key areas: • Components of models/pathways and their effectiveness • Existing models/pathways/frameworks • Role

2019 Monash Health Evidence Reviews

3. Characterization of Adults With Type 1 Diabetes Not Attending Self-Management Education Courses: The Barriers to Uptake of Type 1 Diabetes Education (BUD1E) Study. (PubMed)

Characterization of Adults With Type 1 Diabetes Not Attending Self-Management Education Courses: The Barriers to Uptake of Type 1 Diabetes Education (BUD1E) Study. People with type 1 diabetes mellitus (T1DM) are offered attendance at diabetes self-management education courses to provide them with skills for self-management of flexible insulin dose adjustment. Attendance is poor, even when courses are evidence-based and nationally available. To understand barriers to attendance, we sought common (...) for barriers to attending diabetes self-management courses suggest strategies to improve attendance and extend the benefit of such courses more widely.

2019 Qualitative Health Research

4. Comparative Effectiveness and Maintenance of Diabetes Self-Management Education Interventions for Marshallese Patients With Type 2 Diabetes: A Randomized Controlled Trial

Comparative Effectiveness and Maintenance of Diabetes Self-Management Education Interventions for Marshallese Patients With Type 2 Diabetes: A Randomized Controlled Trial Marshallese adults experience high rates of type 2 diabetes. Previous diabetes self-management education (DSME) interventions among Marshallese were unsuccessful. This study compared the extent to which two DSME interventions improved glycemic control, measured on the basis of change in glycated hemoglobin (HbA1c).A two-arm (...) randomized controlled trial compared a standard-model DSME (standard DSME) with a culturally adapted family-model DSME (adapted DSME). Marshallese adults with type 2 diabetes (n = 221) received either standard DSME in a community setting (n = 111) or adapted DSME in a home setting (n = 110). Outcome measures were assessed at baseline, immediately after the intervention, and at 6 and 12 months after the intervention and were examined with adjusted linear mixed-effects regression models.Participants

2019 EvidenceUpdates

5. Research highlights the challenges of preventing diabetes with group education sessions

Research highlights the challenges of preventing diabetes with group education sessions Research highlights the challenges of preventing diabetes with group education sessions Discover Portal Discover Portal Research highlights the challenges of preventing diabetes with group education sessions Published on 14 March 2017 doi: In people at high risk of type 2 diabetes, the educational programme ‘Let’s prevent’ had minimal impact on blood sugar control, and cholesterol. Overall it did not prevent (...) people developing diabetes, though the risk was reduced for the 29% of people who attended all three sessions. The NIHR-funded trial compared three educational sessions plus telephone support with usual care. The main difficulty was recruitment and attendance. Only 19% of people at high risk of type 2 diabetes were willing to have a blood sugar test. Even when this showed high sugar levels, 23% of people allocated to the ‘Let’s prevent’ arm did not attend the first session. Other programmes

2019 NIHR Dissemination Centre

6. Group education linked to a lower chance of diabetes, for those who stick with the course

Group education linked to a lower chance of diabetes, for those who stick with the course Group education linked to a lower chance of diabetes, for those who stick with the course Discover Portal Discover Portal Group education linked to a lower chance of diabetes, for those who stick with the course Published on 7 February 2017 doi: People at high risk of type 2 diabetes, who attend all three sessions of a diabetes prevention programme, are about 88% less likely to get diabetes than those who (...) . Practices were randomised and either delivered three lifestyle education sessions over three years or gave patients a diabetes education leaflet. Programmes such as the NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme, currently being rolled out, will need to carefully consider how to recruit and retain people, especially from the highest risk groups. Share your views on the research. Why was this study needed? An estimated 5 million people in the UK are at high risk of diabetes, which is a costly disease to treat

2019 NIHR Dissemination Centre

7. Diabetes self-management education leads to better blood sugar control

Diabetes self-management education leads to better blood sugar control Diabetes self-management education leads to better blood sugar control Discover Portal Discover Portal Diabetes self-management education leads to better blood sugar control Published on 23 March 2016 doi: Diabetes self-management education can lead to greater, and clinically important, reductions in blood sugar levels than usual care or other control treatments. Self-management programmes were most effective in people (...) to haemoglobin in the blood – glycosylated haemoglobin or HbA1C. A normal non-diabetic HbA1C is 5.5% (<36mmol/l). For people with diabetes about 6.5% seems to be optimal. Self-management has the potential to lower both the health risks and healthcare costs of diabetes whilst empowering individuals to take control of their condition. This review compared the effectiveness of diabetes self-management education to either usual care or a minimal educational intervention, in people with type 2 diabetes. What did

2019 NIHR Dissemination Centre

8. Role of structured individual patient education in the prevention of vascular complications in newly diagnosed type 2 diabetes: the INdividual Therapeutic Education in Newly Diagnosed type 2 diabetes (INTEND) randomized controlled trial. (PubMed)

Role of structured individual patient education in the prevention of vascular complications in newly diagnosed type 2 diabetes: the INdividual Therapeutic Education in Newly Diagnosed type 2 diabetes (INTEND) randomized controlled trial. Recent studies showed that a structured patient therapeutic education (PTE) may decrease both mortality and the development of diabetes complications. Nevertheless, no data are available in the literature on the impact of individual PTE on the complications (...) in newly diagnosed type 2 diabetic patients. Aim of the present randomized controlled trial is to evaluate the impact of individual PTE on the occurrence of macrovascular complications in newly diagnosed type 2 diabetic patients when compared to usual care (UC) and group PTE.Six hundred newly diagnosed type 2 diabetic patients will be enrolled. The patients will be randomly assigned to one of these three groups: individual PTE, group PTE and UC. A comprehensive and complete PTE will be delivered to all

2018 Endocrine

9. The attitude of healthcare professionals plays an important role in the uptake of diabetes self-management education: analysis of the Barriers to Uptake of Type 1 Diabetes Education (BUD1E) study survey. (PubMed)

The attitude of healthcare professionals plays an important role in the uptake of diabetes self-management education: analysis of the Barriers to Uptake of Type 1 Diabetes Education (BUD1E) study survey. To explore reasons for the poor uptake of accredited diabetes self-management education (DSME) in adults with Type 1 diabetes.The study was set in an urban population in South London, UK. A cross sectional survey gathered demographic, diabetes service-use data, psychological scores and reasons (...) for non-attendance at locally-available DSME. In addition, 56 healthcare professionals were surveyed.Responses to surveys were returned by 496 adults with Type 1 diabetes (33% response rate), of whom 263 had attended DSME (53%). Multivariable analysis adjusted for significant variables identified four key variables influencing attendance. Non-attendance was associated with men (OR 0.55 CI 0.37-0.84, p = 0.005), lower educational attainment (OR 0.45 CI 0.28-0.73, p = 0.001), higher glycated haemoglobin

2018 Diabetic Medicine

10. Research: Educational and psychological aspects The effectiveness of an emotion-focused educational programme in reducing diabetes distress in adults with Type 2 diabetes mellitus (VEMOFIT): a cluster randomized controlled trial. (PubMed)

Research: Educational and psychological aspects The effectiveness of an emotion-focused educational programme in reducing diabetes distress in adults with Type 2 diabetes mellitus (VEMOFIT): a cluster randomized controlled trial. To evaluate the effectiveness of a brief, value-based emotion-focused educational programme (VEMOFIT) in Malay adults with Type 2 diabetes mellitus compared with a programme of active listening to participants' emotional experiences, social support and their opinion (...) on the health clinic diabetes care services (attention control).Malay adults with severe diabetes distress [Diabetes Distress Scale (DDS-17) mean score ≥ 3] were included. VEMOFIT consisted of four biweekly group sessions, a booster session after 3 months and a follow-up 6 months post intervention. The attention control programme consisted of three sessions over the same period. Outcomes included diabetes distress, depressive symptoms, self-efficacy and disease control. Required total sample size was 165

2018 Diabetic Medicine

11. New-Onset Diabetes Educator to Educate Children and Their Caregivers About Diabetes at the Time of Diagnosis: Usability Study. (PubMed)

New-Onset Diabetes Educator to Educate Children and Their Caregivers About Diabetes at the Time of Diagnosis: Usability Study. Diabetes self-management education is essential at the time of diagnosis. We developed the New-Onset Diabetes Educator (NODE), an animation-based educational web application for type 1 diabetes mellitus patients.Our hypothesis is that NODE is a feasible, effective and user-friendly intervention in improving diabetes self-management education delivery to child/caregiver (...) -dyads at the time of diagnosis.We used a pragmatic parallel randomized trial design. Dyads were recruited within 48 hours of diagnosis and randomized into a NODE-enhanced diabetes self-management education or a standard diabetes self-management education group. Dyads randomized in the NODE group received the intervention on an iPad before receiving the standard diabetes self-management education with a nurse educator. The Diabetes Knowledge Test 2 assessed disease-specific knowledge pre

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2018 JMIR diabetes

12. Insights From the National Diabetes Education Program National Diabetes Survey: Opportunities for Diabetes Self-Management Education and Support (PubMed)

Insights From the National Diabetes Education Program National Diabetes Survey: Opportunities for Diabetes Self-Management Education and Support IN BRIEF Diabetes self-management education and support (DSMES) provides the foundation to help people with diabetes (PWD) navigate the numerous self-management decisions and complex care activities they face daily and has been shown to improve outcomes. Without DSMES, PWD often lack the skills and knowledge necessary to handle the demands of managing (...) this chronic disease. Understanding self-management behaviors and responses to DSMES is essential for improving DSMES processes and diabetes outcomes. This article provides the most recent findings from questions regarding self-management behaviors and DSMES practices obtained through the National Diabetes Education Program National Diabetes Survey. Insights and gaps in self-management behaviors and DSMES delivery are examined to identify challenges and offer opportunities for improvement.

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2017 Diabetes spectrum : a publication of the American Diabetes Association

13. Digital Health Professions Education on Diabetes Management: Systematic Review by the Digital Health Education Collaboration. (PubMed)

Digital Health Professions Education on Diabetes Management: Systematic Review by the Digital Health Education Collaboration. There is a shortage of health care professionals competent in diabetes management worldwide. Digital education is increasingly used in educating health professionals on diabetes. Digital diabetes self-management education for patients has been shown to improve patients' knowledge and outcomes. However, the effectiveness of digital education on diabetes management (...) for health care professionals is still unknown.The objective of this study was to assess the effectiveness and economic impact of digital education in improving health care professionals' knowledge, skills, attitudes, satisfaction, and competencies. We also assessed its impact on patient outcomes and health care professionals' behavior.We included randomized controlled trials evaluating the impact of digitalized diabetes management education for health care professionals pre- and postregistration

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2019 Journal of medical Internet research

14. Development of a group structured education programme to support safe exercise in people with Type 1 diabetes: the EXTOD education programme. (PubMed)

Development of a group structured education programme to support safe exercise in people with Type 1 diabetes: the EXTOD education programme. To develop a structured education programme for individuals with Type 1 diabetes who are engaging in regular exercise.A multidisciplinary team of experts in supporting exercise and physical activity for people with Type 1 diabetes, alongside researchers with experience of developing self-management education, developed an exercise programme using (...) and acceptable intervention for people with Type 1 diabetes to support safe exercise. The pilot allowed refinement of the intervention prior to testing in a two-site feasibility randomized controlled trial. Key findings from the pilot informed minor restructuring of the timetable (timings and order) and adaptation of supporting educational materials (participant handbook and teaching materials).The 'EXercise in people with Type One Diabetes' (EXTOD) education programme has been developed using robust

2019 Diabetic Medicine

15. Diabetes self-management education and support (DSMES) introduced by multidisciplinary health care teams for adults with newly diagnosed type 2 diabetes mellitus: a systematic review of randomized controlled trials

Diabetes self-management education and support (DSMES) introduced by multidisciplinary health care teams for adults with newly diagnosed type 2 diabetes mellitus: a systematic review of randomized controlled trials Print | PDF PROSPERO This information has been provided by the named contact for this review. CRD has accepted this information in good faith and registered the review in PROSPERO. The registrant confirms that the information supplied for this submission is accurate and complete. CRD

2019 PROSPERO

16. Digital health interventions for diabetes self-management education/support in type 1 & 2 diabetes mellitus

Digital health interventions for diabetes self-management education/support in type 1 & 2 diabetes mellitus Print | PDF PROSPERO This information has been provided by the named contact for this review. CRD has accepted this information in good faith and registered the review in PROSPERO. The registrant confirms that the information supplied for this submission is accurate and complete. CRD bears no responsibility or liability for the content of this registration record, any associated files

2019 PROSPERO

17. Effect of a participatory patient education programme (NExt EDucation) in group-based patient education among Danes with type 2 diabetes. (PubMed)

Effect of a participatory patient education programme (NExt EDucation) in group-based patient education among Danes with type 2 diabetes. Objective To assess the effect of a participatory group-based education programme for individuals with type 2 diabetes, Next Education. Method In a quasi-experimental study, individuals with type 2 diabetes were recruited from 14 Danish municipalities with a patient education programme. Eight municipalities using Next Education were intervention sites; six (...) control sites used usual group-based education programmes. Data were collected through questionnaires at baseline and at 3 and 12 months after programmes ended. Changes in quality of life (EQ-5D-5L), diabetes-related emotional distress (PAID-5), physical activity, diet, foot care and sense of coherence (SOC-13) were assessed in generalised linear mixed models. Results At baseline, 310 participants (52.6% females, mean age 62.5 years [SD = 10.7] and a mean duration of type 2 diabetes of 6.9 years [SD

2018 Chronic illness

18. Integration and Utilization of Peer Leaders for Diabetes Self-Management Support: Results From Project SEED (Support, Education, and Evaluation in Diabetes). (PubMed)

Integration and Utilization of Peer Leaders for Diabetes Self-Management Support: Results From Project SEED (Support, Education, and Evaluation in Diabetes). Purpose The purpose of the study was to evaluate the effectiveness of a peer leader-led (PL) diabetes self-management support (DSMS) group in achieving and maintaining improvements in A1C, self-monitoring of blood glucose (SMBG), and diabetes distress in individuals with diabetes. Diabetes self-management support is critical; however (...) , effective, sustainable support models are scarce. Methods The study was a cluster randomized controlled trial of 221 people with diabetes from 6 primary care practices. Practices and eligible participants (mean age: 63.0 years, 63.8% female, 96.8% white, 28.5% at or below poverty level, 32.5% using insulin, A1C ≥7%: 54.2%) were randomized to diabetes self-management education (DSME) + PL DSMS (n = 119) or to enhanced usual care (EUC) (DSME + traditional DSMS with no PL; n = 102). Data were collected

2019 The Diabetes educator

19. Evaluating the Impact of Diabetes Self-Management Education Methods on Knowledge, Attitudes and Behaviours of Adult Patients With Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus. (PubMed)

Evaluating the Impact of Diabetes Self-Management Education Methods on Knowledge, Attitudes and Behaviours of Adult Patients With Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus. Diabetes self-management refers to all activities patients undertake to care for their illness, promote health and prevent the long- and short-term effects of diabetes. This study compared the effectiveness of 2 diabetes self-management education methods by examining changes in glycated hemoglobin (A1C) levels and knowledge, attitudes (...) and behaviours (KABs) after traditional group education (TE) or with diabetes conversation maps (CMs). The CMs group was postulated to show greater decrease in A1C levels and improved KABs scores compared to the TE group.A sample of 21 eligible clients from Diabetes Care Guelph were randomly assigned into 2 groups: 10 receiving education through CMs and 11 through TE. Changes in knowledge and attitude were determined by using questionnaires and repeated-measures pretest and post-test design before and after

2019 Canadian Journal Of Diabetes

20. Protocol for a randomised controlled trial to evaluate the effectiveness of the diabetes community exercise and education programme (DCEP) for long-term management of diabetes. (PubMed)

Protocol for a randomised controlled trial to evaluate the effectiveness of the diabetes community exercise and education programme (DCEP) for long-term management of diabetes. Type 2 diabetes is common in Māori and Pacific peoples and in those living in areas of high socioeconomic deprivation in New Zealand (NZ). People with type 2 diabetes often have multimorbidity, which makes their diabetes management more complex. The Diabetes Community Exercise and Education Programme (DCEP (...) (Dunedin and Invercargill) to participate in an RCT. Participants will be randomised to intervention (DCEP) and control (usual care) groups. The DCEP participants will have their exercise goals agreed on with a physiotherapist and nurse and will attend two 90 min exercise and education sessions per week for 12 weeks. The primary outcome measure is blood glucose control (glycated haemoglobin). Secondary outcome measures include quality of life assessed using the Audit of Diabetes-Dependent Quality

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2019 BMJ open

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