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Diabetes education [electronic resource] : art, science, and evidence /
edited by Trisha Dunning.
imprint
Chichester, West Sussex : Wiley-Blackwell, 2013.
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xxvii, 241 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
ISBN
9780470656051 (pbk. : alk. paper)
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Chichester, West Sussex : Wiley-Blackwell, 2013.
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9780470656051 (pbk. : alk. paper)
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abstract
"Diabetes education is a process, the key to which is establishing a therapeutic relationship with the individual. The overall goal of diabetes education is to enhance the individual's health capability, including their ability to solve problems and apply the learning to self-care. Thus, diabetes education is an interactive process of teaching and learning where information is co-generated. This innovative new book explores the 'how' of diabetes education, rather than the 'what' and the 'why'. This thought stimulating textbook will helping health care practitioners to teach diabetes effectively from diagnosis and ensure people living with diabetes get the individualised support and information. It will enable practitioners and educators to examine and reflect on their practice when managing the diabetic patient. Bringing together all the thinking and experience on the diabetes journey in one text, this book will be essential reading for all practitioners and students in involved in diabetes care"--
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9141510
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Diabetes education is a process, the key to which is establishing a therapeutic relationship with the individual. The overall goal of diabetes education is to enhance the individual's health capability, including their ability to solve problems and apply the learning to self-care. Thus, diabetes education is an interactive process of teaching and learning where information is co-generated. This innovative and thought-stimulating new book explores the 'how' of diabetes education, rather than the 'what' and the 'why'. Diabetes Education: Art, Science and Evidence will help health care practitioners teach diabetes effectively from diagnosis and ensure people living with diabetes receive individualised support and information. It will enable practitioners and educators to examine and reflect on their practice when managing the person with diabetes. Bringing together all the thinking and experience of the diabetes journey in one text this book is essential reading for all practitioners and students involved in diabetes care. SPECIAL FEATURES Explores the 'how' of diabetes education, rather than the 'what' and the 'why' Features short stories, case studies, illustrative quotes, practice points and reflection points throughout Edited by an internationally renowned expert in the field, with contributions from some of the world's leading diabetes educators
Main Description
Diabetes education is a process, the key to which is establishing a therapeutic relationship with the individual. The overall goal of diabetes education is to enhance the individual's health capability, including their ability to solve problems and apply the learning to self-care. Thus, diabetes education is an interactive process of teaching and learning where information is co-generated. This innovative new book explores the 'how' of diabetes education, rather than the 'what' and the 'why'. This thought stimulating textbook will helping health care practitioners to teach diabetes effectively from diagnosis and ensure people living with diabetes get the individualised support and information. It will enable practitioners and educators to examine and reflect on their practice when managing the diabetic patient. Bringing together all the thinking and experience on the diabetes journey in one text, this book will be essential reading for all practitioners and students in involved in diabetes care.
Library of Congress Summary
"Diabetes education is a process, the key to which is establishing a therapeutic relationship with the individual. The overall goal of diabetes education is to enhance the individual's health capability, including their ability to solve problems and apply the learning to self-care. Thus, diabetes education is an interactive process of teaching and learning where information is co-generated. This innovative new book explores the 'how' of diabetes education, rather than the 'what' and the 'why'. This thought stimulating textbook will helping health care practitioners to teach diabetes effectively from diagnosis and ensure people living with diabetes get the individualised support and information. It will enable practitioners and educators to examine and reflect on their practice when managing the diabetic patient. Bringing together all the thinking and experience on the diabetes journey in one text, this book will be essential reading for all practitioners and students in involved in diabetes care"--Provided by publisher.
Main Description
Diabetes education is a process, the key to which is establishing a therapeutic relationship with the individual. The overall goal of diabetes education is to enhance the individual's health capability, including their ability to solve problems and apply the learning to self-care. Thus, diabetes education is an interactive process of teaching and learning where information is co-generated. This innovative and thought stimulating new book explores the 'how' of diabetes education, rather than the 'what' and the 'why'. Diabetes Education: Art, Science and Evidence will help health care practitioners teach diabetes effectively from diagnosis and ensure people living with diabetes receive individualised support and information. It will enable practitioners and educators to examine and reflect on their practice when managing the person with diabetes. Bringing together all the thinking and experience of the diabetes journey in one text this book is essential reading for all practitioners and students involved in diabetes care. SPECIAL FEATURES: Explores the HOW of diabetes education, rather than the WHAT and the WHY. Features short stories, case studies, illustrative quotes, practice points and reflection points throughout Edited by an internationally renowned expert in the field, with contributions from some of the world's leading diabetes educators
Main Description
Diabetes education is a process, the key to which is establishing a therapeutic relationship with the individual. The overall goal of diabetes education is to enhance the individual's health capability, including their ability to solve problems and apply the learning to self-care. Thus, diabetes education is an interactive process of teaching and learning where information is co-generated. This innovative and thought stimulating new book explores the 'how' of diabetes education, rather than the 'what' and the 'why'. Diabetes Education: Art, Science and Evidence will help health care practitioners teach diabetes effectively from diagnosis and ensure people living with diabetes receive individualised support and information. It will enable practitioners and educators to examine and reflect on their practice when managing the person with diabetes. Bringing together all the thinking and experience of the diabetes journey in one text this book is essential reading for all practitioners and students involved in diabetes care. SPECIAL FEATURES: Explores the 'how' of diabetes education, rather than the 'what' and the 'why.' Features short stories, case studies, illustrative quotes, practice points and reflection points throughout Edited by an internationally renowned expert in the field, with contributions from some of the world's leading diabetes educators
Bowker Data Service Summary
Edited by an internationally renowned expert in the field, with involvement from some of the world's leading diabetes educators, this title explores the 'hows' of diabetes education, rather than the 'whats' and the 'whys.'
Table of Contents
List of Contributorsp. xi
Forewordp. xiii
Prefacep. xvii
Acknowledgementsp. xxi
List of Tables, Figures and Boxesp. xxiii
List of Abbreviationsp. xxvii
Brief Overview of Diabetes, the Diseasep. 1
Introductionp. 1
Overview of diabetesp. 1
Prevalence of diabetesp. 2
Overview of normal glucose homeostasisp. 2
Signs and symptoms of diabetesp. 3
Diabetes management and management aimsp. 7
Long-term diabetes complicationsp. 8
Summaryp. 9
Referencesp. 9
The Journey of the Person with Diabetesp. 12
Introductionp. 12
Psychological factors: the role of beliefs and attitudesp. 14
Psychological factors: emotional reactions to diabetesp. 19
Social factors: influence of personal situationp. 21
Factors that affect illness/wellness behavioursp. 22
Summaryp. 23
Referencesp. 24
Teaching and Learning: The Art and Science of Making Connectionsp. 28
Introductionp. 28
Purpose of diabetes educationp. 29
Principles of learning and teachingp. 29
Learning theoryp. 31
Laws of learningp. 32
Knowledgep. 32
Nudgingp. 34
Learning and the brainp. 35
Memoryp. 36
Keeping the brain fit: brain trainingp. 37
Brain training: mind-body fitnessp. 38
Sleep: vital for learning and memoryp. 39
His brain, her brainp. 39
Technologyp. 40
Helping people learn: proactive strategies are more effectivep. 41
Summaryp. 46
Referencesp. 46
Making Choices, Setting Goalsp. 49
Introductionp. 49
Why don't people do what is best for them?p. 50
Self-regulation, goals and valuesp. 52
Behaviour-serving goalsp. 53
Limited resourcesp. 56
SMARTERp. 58
Sleepp. 59
Summaryp. 60
Referencesp. 61
The Teacher: Moving from Good to Exceptionalp. 62
Introductionp. 62
Healingp. 63
Who is a teacher?p. 64
Attributes of a 'good' teacherp. 65
Moving from good to exceptionalp. 67
Philosophy of diabetes care and educationp. 67
Factors that influence philosophyp. 69
Therapeutic relationshipp. 70
Listeningp. 72
Know yourselfp. 72
Wounded healerp. 74
Reflectionp. 74
Being present in the momentp. 75
Self-carep. 75
Summaryp. 76
Referencesp. 76
People Do Not Always Speak the Same Language Even When They Speak the Same Languagep. 78
Introductionp. 78
What is language?p. 78
Components of languagep. 80
Learning a languagep. 81
The power of languagep. 82
Body languagep. 84
Culturep. 86
Exchanging information: a complex processp. 89
Language and attitude changep. 90
'Voices'p. 90
Narrative medicinep. 91
The value of reading fictionp. 91
Using writing in diabetes carep. 92
Education materialsp. 94
Winnie the Pooh has the last wordp. 94
Referencesp. 95
Role and Use of Creative Arts in Diabetes Carep. 98
Introductionp. 98
Medical identityp. 98
The four cardinal axes of healthcare deliveryp. 99
Listening to patients and modes of self-expressionp. 101
Promoting creativityp. 101
Painting as a process of transformationp. 101
The theatre of lived experiencep. 106
Artistic expression favours communicationp. 106
Two examplesp. 107
Key learningp. 111
Art and therapeutic educationp. 112
Summaryp. 114
Recommended readingp. 115
Turning Points and Transitions: Crises and Opportunitiesp. 117
Introductionp. 117
The seven ages of manp. 118
Common major life transitionsp. 120
Neutral zonep. 122
A new beginningp. 122
Major life transitionsp. 123
Signs a person may be entering or is in a life transitionp. 125
Strategies to help people manage life transitionsp. 125
Building resiliencep. 127
Referencesp. 131
Sharing Stories of the Journey: Peer Educationp. 133
Introductionp. 133
Empathy and sympathyp. 142
Empathy and social supportp. 142
Empathy and patient relationshipsp. 143
Referencesp. 147
Diabetes: A Lifetime of Learningp. 151
Introductionp. 151
The clinical experiencep. 152
Learning stylesp. 156
Be honestp. 159
Consistent and correct terminologyp. 159
Simplifying complex concepts into easier to understand conceptsp. 160
Using the individual's knowledge and experiencep. 161
'Catchy' phrasesp. 162
Visual aidsp. 262
Asking the right questionsp. 163
Health literacyp. 164
Group educationp. 166
Educating people with disabilitiesp. 169
Being flexible about where diabetes education is deliveredp. 170
Cultural sensitivity and diabetes educationp. 170
Be aware of languagep. 172
Where to startp. 172
Chapter summary and key pointsp. 173
Referencesp. 174
Medicine Self-Management: More than Just Taking Pillsp. 177
Introductionp. 177
Medicine self-managementp. 178
Complementary and alternative medicines and therapiesp. 181
'Compliance': to use or not to use, that is the questionp. 183
People with diabetes' perspectivep. 184
HPs, especially prescribers and educators perspectivesp. 186
Carers, particularly family membersp. 186
Extent of non-compliancep. 187
Is there a relationship between medicine compliance and optimal health outcomes?p. 188
Factors that influence medicine compliancep. 190
How is compliance assessed/measured?p. 190
Quality use of medicinesp. 194
QUM, diabetes educators and medicine managementp. 194
Summaryp. 196
Referencesp. 197
The Advance of Health Information Technology: Travelling the Internet Superhighwayp. 200
Introductionp. 200
Internet and networksp. 200
Diabetes educationp. 202
Diabetes management toolsp. 205
Personal health tools and self-carep. 207
Summaryp. 211
Referencesp. 212
Leadership-Know Yourself: Influence Othersp. 215
Introductionp. 215
Leadership: a brief historical perspectivep. 216
What is leadership and what/who is a leader?p. 218
Leader functionsp. 220
Leadership philosophies, theories and modelsp. 220
Leadership stylesp. 221
Leadership competencies and attributesp. 221
Leadership education and care of people with diabetesp. 224
Leadership in diabetes clinical carep. 225
Leadership in diabetes educationp. 225
Leadership in diabetes researchp. 225
What do diabetes educators think about leadership?p. 227
How can we grow diabetes education leaders?p. 228
Summaryp. 229
Acknowledgementsp. 230
Referencesp. 230
Appendixp. 232
Indexp. 235
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