People who have limited health literacy may have trouble finding, understanding, and using information to effectively manage their diabetes. Learn how to improve diabetes care by addressing limited health literacy skills. Read more
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Learn about cognitive impairment risk in people with diabetes and how to adapt treatments for patients with cognitive problems. Read more
It’s vital that people who have kidney disease are prepared for disaster situations that may interrupt their normal routine. Read more
You work with your patients for the day-to-day management of their diabetes. But do they know what to do in a disaster? Read more
You prescribe medications for type 2 diabetes, but what about diabetes education and support? It can be just as essential. Read more
Sleep is often overlooked as a potential risk or protective factor for diabetes management. Read more
Learn how text messaging can enhance diabetes self-management and care. Read more
When you are able to understand the patient’s perspective, everything changes. Read more
Uncovering a patient’s emotions and ambivalence about treatment may lead to a more energized patient with better health. Read more
Fostering adult responsibility in an adolescent with diabetes can be tricky. Read more
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