Improving the health in persons with type 2 diabetes
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Improving the health in persons with type 2 diabetes. Results from intervention studies targeting patients, practice staff and GPs. What works?. We know that optimal control of diabetes prolongs life leads to fewer complications (cardiovascular events, neuropati).

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Improving the health in persons with type 2 diabetes

Improving the health in persons with type 2 diabetes

Results from intervention studies targeting patients, practice staff and GPs


What works

What works?

We know that

optimal control of diabetes

  • prolongs life

  • leads to fewer complications (cardiovascular events, neuropati)


How to implement the evidense

How to implement the evidense?

Continuingmedicaleducation

Tools (Computer – other)

Organisation - changes

Information - education

Individualtargets

Needsassessments


Improving the health in persons with type 2 diabetes

Aim

  • to present and discuss challenges in the evaluation’ of interventions targeting behavior of patients, practice staff and GPs in the field of improving diabetes care


Intervention studies

Intervention studies

“Electronic

Feed back”

Trine Guldberg

“Ready to Act”

Helle Terkildsen

“Proactive nurse led intervention”

Lise Juul

“Electronic facility “

Majbritt Jeppesen


Ready to act

Ready to act???


Main points of the symposium

Main points of the symposium


Ready to act1

Ready to act

Intervention linked to health promotion activities after early detection of T2 diabetes and prediabetes remains a future challenge….

  • Reach of intervention

  • Choice of outcomes of health promoting interventions

  • When do we have sufficient evidence for further implementation?


Internet based decision support used by patients

Internet based decision support used by patients

Outcome of the study will provide new knowledge on patients will and ability to use electronic decision support

And contribute in the development of patient adressed electronic decision support


Electronic feed back system

Electronic feed back system

  • sortable lists generated new insight into the quality of diabetes care in GP clinics

  • attention to quality of diabetes care led to organisational changes


Nurse led proactive support

Nurse-led proactive support

An upcoming intervention study will test the effect of

  • A training course for practice nurses with autonomy support as the core component


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