Self Care Outcomes for Patients in a Diabetes Self-Management Education Program. Frank West, M.D., Morgan Arvidson, M.D. Leah Jacobson, M.D. Trident/MUSC Family Medicine Residency Program . Background. Epidemiology Diabetes is everywhere. Guidelines
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Frank West, M.D., Morgan Arvidson, M.D.
Leah Jacobson, M.D.
Trident/MUSC Family Medicine Residency
ASSESSMENT & COUNSELING
(RN, PharmD, RD)
* Student t-test, p<0.05
PHQ-9 Depression Scale:
Improvements were not noted
24% of patients found to be moderately or severely depressed and referred to Psychologist or PCP for further evaluation
Patients who completed the DMSE program showed statistically significant improvement in the following areas of diabetes self care:
No improvements were shown in medication compliance, glucose monitoring or smoking