The views of black and ethnic minority patients on self-management of type 2 diabetes

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People in black and minority ethnic (BME) groups have a higher risk of type 2 diabetes than the population as a whole and often experience difficulty in managing their condition. A recent systematic review looked at their experiences of self-management of type 2.  This information will be extremely valuable to those running services for BME [read the full story…]

Ethnicity, parenting, stress and self-efficacy are all associated with glycaemic control in young people with diabetes

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This review was motivated by the need to understand the barriers to achieving and maintaining good metabolic control among children and adolescents. From insulin pump (CSII) therapy to carbohydrate counting, technology has advanced rapidly since the Diabetes Control & Complications Trial.  However, this has not been matched with efforts to understand the impact of human [read the full story…]

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