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Diabetes education : art, science, and evidence / edited by Trisha Dunning.

Contributor(s): Dunning, Trisha.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Chichester, West Sussex : Wiley-Blackwell, c2013Description: 1 online resource (241 p.).ISBN: 9781118702666 (electronic bk.); 1118702662 (electronic bk.); 9781118302385 (electronic bk.); 1118302389 (electronic bk.); 9781118302392 (electronic bk.); 1118302397 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Diabetes -- Education | Diabetes -- Treatment | Diabetes -- Study and teachingGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Diabetes education.DDC classification: 616.4/62 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Foreword -- List of Tables, Figures and Boxes -- List of Abbreviations -- Brief Overview of Diabetes, the Disease -- Introduction -- Overview of diabetes -- Prevalence of diabetes -- Overview of normal glucose homeostasis -- Signs and symptoms of diabetes -- Gestational diabetes -- Diagnosing diabetes -- Managing diabetes -- Diabetes management and management aims -- Long-term diabetes complications -- Summary -- The Journey of the Person with Diabetes -- Introduction.
Psychological factors: the role of beliefs and attitudesPsychological factors: emotional reactions to diabetes -- Social factors: influence of personal situation -- Factors that affect illness/wellness behaviours -- Summary -- Teaching and Learning: The Art and Science of Making Connections -- Introduction -- Purpose of diabetes education -- Principles of learning and teaching -- Learning theory -- Laws of learning -- Knowledge -- Nudging -- Learning and the brain -- Memory -- Keeping the brain fit: brain training -- Brain training: mind-body fitness -- Sleep: vital for learning and memory.
His brain, her brainTechnology -- Helping people learn: proactive strategies are more effective -- Summary -- Making Choices, Setting Goals -- Introduction -- Why don't people do what is best for them -- Self-regulation, goals and values -- Behaviour-serving goals -- Limited resources -- SMARTER -- Sleep -- Summary -- The Teacher: Moving from Good to Exceptional -- Introduction -- Healing -- Who is a teacher -- Attributes of a 'good' teacher -- Moving from good to exceptional -- Philosophy of diabetes care and education -- Factors that influence philosophy -- Therapeutic relationship -- Listening.
Know yourselfWounded healer -- Reflection -- Being present in the moment -- Self-care -- Summary -- People Do Not Always Speak the Same Language Even When They Speak the Same Language -- Introduction -- What is language -- Components of language -- Paralingual sounds -- Gestures -- Words -- Spoken -- Written -- Learning a language -- The power of language -- Body language -- Culture -- Exchanging information: a complex process -- Encoding and decoding -- Intentionalist -- Perspective-taking -- Dialogic -- Language and attitude change -- 'Voices' -- Narrative medicine -- The value of reading fiction.
Using writing in diabetes careEducation materials -- Winnie the Pooh has the last word -- Role and Use of Creative Arts in Diabetes Care -- Introduction -- Medical identity -- The four cardinal axes of healthcare delivery -- The disease -- Understanding the clinical relationship between an HP and the patient -- The therapeutic education of the patient and their family -- The accompaniment of the patient over months and years -- Listening to patients and modes of self-expression -- Promoting creativity -- Painting as a process of transformation -- Structure of the painting workshop -- Results.
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.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Foreword -- List of Tables, Figures and Boxes -- List of Abbreviations -- 1. Brief Overview of Diabetes, the Disease -- Introduction -- Overview of diabetes -- Prevalence of diabetes -- Overview of normal glucose homeostasis -- Signs and symptoms of diabetes -- Gestational diabetes -- Diagnosing diabetes -- Managing diabetes -- Diabetes management and management aims -- Long-term diabetes complications -- Summary -- 2. The Journey of the Person with Diabetes -- Introduction.

Psychological factors: the role of beliefs and attitudesPsychological factors: emotional reactions to diabetes -- Social factors: influence of personal situation -- Factors that affect illness/wellness behaviours -- Summary -- 3. Teaching and Learning: The Art and Science of Making Connections -- Introduction -- Purpose of diabetes education -- Principles of learning and teaching -- Learning theory -- Laws of learning -- Knowledge -- Nudging -- Learning and the brain -- Memory -- Keeping the brain fit: brain training -- Brain training: mind-body fitness -- Sleep: vital for learning and memory.

His brain, her brainTechnology -- Helping people learn: proactive strategies are more effective -- Summary -- 4. Making Choices, Setting Goals -- Introduction -- Why don't people do what is best for them -- Self-regulation, goals and values -- Behaviour-serving goals -- Limited resources -- SMARTER -- Sleep -- Summary -- 5. The Teacher: Moving from Good to Exceptional -- Introduction -- Healing -- Who is a teacher -- Attributes of a 'good' teacher -- Moving from good to exceptional -- Philosophy of diabetes care and education -- Factors that influence philosophy -- Therapeutic relationship -- Listening.

Know yourselfWounded healer -- Reflection -- Being present in the moment -- Self-care -- Summary -- 6. People Do Not Always Speak the Same Language Even When They Speak the Same Language -- Introduction -- What is language -- Components of language -- Paralingual sounds -- Gestures -- Words -- Spoken -- Written -- Learning a language -- The power of language -- Body language -- Culture -- Exchanging information: a complex process -- Encoding and decoding -- Intentionalist -- Perspective-taking -- Dialogic -- Language and attitude change -- 'Voices' -- Narrative medicine -- The value of reading fiction.

Using writing in diabetes careEducation materials -- Winnie the Pooh has the last word -- 7. Role and Use of Creative Arts in Diabetes Care -- Introduction -- Medical identity -- The four cardinal axes of healthcare delivery -- The disease -- Understanding the clinical relationship between an HP and the patient -- The therapeutic education of the patient and their family -- The accompaniment of the patient over months and years -- Listening to patients and modes of self-expression -- Promoting creativity -- Painting as a process of transformation -- Structure of the painting workshop -- Results.

"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.

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Trisha Dunning is Chair in Nursing (Barwon Health); Director, Centre for Nursing and Allied Health Research, School of Nursing, Deakin University, Australia; and a credentialed diabetes educator. She is widely published in books, journals and magazines and writes regular columns in Diabetes Conquest , the magazine of Diabetes Australia .

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