Health education for people with diabetes
World Health Organization, Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean. (1994). Health education for people with diabetes. World Health Organization. Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/197820
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Knowledge of diabetes among patients in the United Arab Emirates and trends since 2001: a study using the Michigan Diabetes Knowledge Test Hashim, M. Jawad; Mustafa, H.; Ali, H. (2016-10)Knowledge of diabetes among patients with the disease in the United Arab Emirates is essential for effective self-management. We assessed the level of diabetes-related knowledge among patients and compared it with that found in previous studies in the same city. A cross-sectional study, using an interviewer-administered questionnaire, was conducted at two clinics in Al Ain, United Arab Emirates. The Michigan Diabetes Knowledge Test, translated into Arabic, was used to assess knowledge of diabetes. Of 165 participants with diabetes, 130 [78.8%] ...
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