Table of contents for Handbook of diabetes management / edited by Donna Zazworsky, Jane Nelson Bolin, Vicki B. Gaubeca.


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ForewordPreface PART 1. THE DIABETES EPIDEMIC Chapter 1: Chapter 2: Essentials of Quality Improvement with Special Reference to Diabetes Carter L. Marshall Chapter 2: The Chronic Care Model: Blueprint for Improving Total Diabetes CareAnita C. Murcko, Jean Donie, Scott Endsley, Larry Cooper Chapter 3: Promoting Cultural Competence Through Community Partnerships Isela Luna Chapter 3A: Hispanic American Culture and DiabetesLourdes Barrera Chapter 3B: Cultural Competency: Native AmericansTerri Glasses Chapter 4: Preparing for the Technology Revolution in HealthcareBrian L. Foster PART 2: CARING FOR PEOPLE WITH DIABETES Chapter 5: Concepts on the Origin of DiabetesHirisadarahally N. Nagaraja, Patrick J. Boyle Chapter 6: Medication ManagementCarrie M. Maffeo Chapter 7: Nutrition for Individuals with DiabetesCatherine M. Robinson, Judith Beck Chapter 8: Diabetes and ExerciseScott Going, Betsy Dokken Chapter 9: Living Well with Diabetes: An Approach to Behavioral Health IssuesTim Moore Chapter 10: Planning for Sick Days, Surgery and TravelBetsy Dokken Chapter 11: Self-ManagementDonna Zazworksy, Lynda Juall Carpenito-Moyet Chapter 12: The Diabetic FootBarbara J. Aung PART 3: SPECIAL CARE ISSUES Chapter 13: Prediabetes: A Risky Prodrome to DiabetesJames L. Dumbauld Chapter 14: Gestational DiabetesJorge A. Arzac Chapter 15: Chronic Kidney DiseaseLeslie Spry Chapter 16: Caring for the Uninsured and DiabeticDaniel Casto Chapter 17: Disease Management in Rural Populations: Can It Be Done?Jane Bolin, Larry Gamm, Bita Kash, B. Mitchell Peck Chapter 18: Caring for the Border Communities Maia Ingram, M.P.H. Chapter 19: Utilizing Community Health Advisors in Diabetes Care ManagementNancy J. Metzger Chapter 20: Complementary and Alternative Medicine in Diabetes Karen D’Huyvetter Chapter 21: Leading Edge Technologies Related to Diabetes CareVicki B. Gaubeca, Donna Zazworsky Chapter 22: Disease Management Research and Policy InitiativesLarry Gamm, Jane Bolin, Bita Kash Chapter 23: Legal and Regulatory Considerations of Diabetes Disease ManagementJane Bolin, Bita Kash, Larry Gamm PART 4: BUSINESS ISSUES Chapter 24: EconomicsJennifer "Ginger" Ryan Chapter 25: FundingDonna Zazworsky Chapter 26: Tools for Getting Your Message Out About Diabetes: Marketing/Public Relations, Social Marketing and Media AdvocacyVicki B. Gaubeca PART 5: CASE STUDIES Case Study 1: Diabetes Disease Management ProgramDonna Zazworsky, James Dumbauld Case Study 2: Carle’s Diabetes Management ProgramChristine Kucera, John Stoll, Cindy Fraser, James C. Leonard, Paul Shelton Case Study 3: The Scott & White Experience: Chronic Disease Management on a Shoe StringBarbalee Symm, Michael Reis Case Study 4: Nutrition Survival Skills for Diabetes: A Personal ExperienceAnnette I. Peery Case Study 5: Diabetes Continuing Care Clinic Group Visits for the UninsuredDonna Zazworsky, James Dumbauld, Charmaine Trujillo, Cecelia Hofberger, Juanita Peterman Case Study 6: A Hospital Case Study in Diabetes Management: Carondelet Health NetworkRose Marie Manchon Author IndexSubject Index


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Diabetes -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Diabetes Mellitus -- epidemiology -- United States.
Diabetes Mellitus -- therapy -- United States.
Diabetes Mellitus -- ethnology -- United States.