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2 edition of Psychology and Diabetes Care found in the catalog.

Psychology and Diabetes Care

A Practical Guide

by Katharine D. Barnard

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  • 39 Currently reading

Published by Springer London in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Medicine & Public Health,
  • Medicine,
  • Psychotherapy,
  • Diabetes,
  • General Practice / Family Medicine,
  • Family medicine

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Katharine D. Barnard, Cathy E. Lloyd
    ContributionsLloyd, Cathy E., SpringerLink (Online service)
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27083710M
    ISBN 109780857295736


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Alexandria, Va., American Diabetes Association, Psychology in diabetes care Frank J. Snoek, T. Chas Skinner, Frank Snoek, Chas Skinner Psychosocial issues are now acknowledged to have a crucial role in the successful treatment of people with diabetes.

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Rubin. Abstract. It has been recorded that 99% of diabetes care is self-care [5], and it is part of the Author: Richard R Rubin. Psychology and Diabetes Care: A Practical Guide is a concise handbook for the practicing diabetes clinician who is interested in gaining a better understanding of his patients, and in learning simple skills and tips to manage patients more effectively.

It identifies and explores key psychological interventions in diabetes care in order to help healthcare professionals support their patients Brand: Springer London. The book bridges the gap between psychological research on self-care and management of diabetes, and the delivery of care and services provided by the diabetes care team.

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Psychology and Diabetes Care: A Practical Guide is a concise handbook for the practicing diabetes clinician who is interested in gaining a better understanding of his patients, and in learning simple skills and tips to manage patients more effectively.

Psychology and Diabetes Care: A Practical Guide is a concise handbook for the practicing diabetes clinician who is interested in gaining a better understanding of their patients, and in learning effective skills to better support patients.

The book explores common psychological problems associated with diabetes, gives insight into how diabetes is experienced in children, adolescents and. Psychology and Diabetes Care: A Practical Guide is a concise handbook for the practicing diabetes clinician who is interested in gaining a better understanding of his patients, and in learning simple skills and tips to manage patients more effectively.

It identifies and explores key psychological interventions in diabetes care in order to help healthcare professionals support their patients Brand: Katharine D Barnard; Dr Cathy E Lloyd. Diabetes usually requires substantial life-long self-management by the patient. Psychological factors and the patient’s health beliefs are important determinants of self-care behavior.

Education has a modest influence on generating better self-care, Cited by: Use the following resources and tools to improve psychological care for people with diabetes. People with diabetes experience disproportionately high rates of mental health problems such as depression, anxiety and eating disorders.

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Psychologists need to become more involved in diabetes care in medical offices for three reasons. First, many patients will not or cannot avail themselves of psychological assistance offered via the traditional referral system. Second, the quality of care provided for diabetes patients in most medical settings is substantially suboptimal.

Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Psychology in diabetes care. Chichester ; New York: John Wiley & Sons, © (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Frank J Snoek; T Chas Skinner.

Psychology in Diabetes Care Psychology in Diabetes Care James, P. Chichester: Wiley ISBN pp£ This book aims to address the needs of staff who are involved in the delivery of diabetes care, by summarizing applicable psychological knowledge. The editors have collated the work of 24 known authors into nine chapters, each on.

Psychology, Technology, and Diabetes Management Linda A. Gonder-Frederick, Jaclyn A. Shepard, Jesse H. Grabman, and Lee M. Ritterband University of Virginia Use of technology in diabetes management is rapidly advancing and has the potential to help individuals with diabetes achieve optimal glycemic control.

Over the past 40 years, several. The editors of this book state that it seeks to “bridge the gap between psychological research on the self-care and management of diabetes and the delivery of services provided by the diabetes care team”. In doing so, it brings together contributions from behavioural scientists involved in diabetes care from both North America and : Helen Moore.

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Motivational interviewing is an approach based upon principles of experimental social psychology, applying processes such as attribution, cognitive dissonance, and. Health care providers need to see their patients with diabetes through new eyes, recognising the patient's own expertise and helping the patient apply this to enhancing coping skills.

Key elements of diabetes‐specific coping skills training are described, with a case by: diabetes or diabetes mellitus (məlī´təs), chronic disorder of glucose (sugar) metabolism caused by inadequate production or use of insulin, a hormone produced in specialized cells (beta cells in the islets of Langerhans) in the pancreas that allows the body to use and store glucose.

It is a leading cause of death in the United States and is especially prevalent among African Americans. Past research. It is impossible to summarize all the recent work about health psychology in primary care.

One quarterly journal, Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings, has devoted itself to this theme sinceand other journals in both primary care and psychology contain dozens of relevant articles each year, eg, Health Psychology, Journal of Health Psychology, British Journal Cited by: 6.

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Written jointly by psychologists active in diabetes research and practising clinicians, Psychology in Diabetes Care, Second Edition provides a practical evidence--based 1/5(1).Diabetes Care ; – Piette JD, Heisler M, Wagner TH. Problems paying out-of-pocket medication costs among older adults with diabetes.

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