management of diabetes type 2 is a complex process.
Promotion of patient education is important Patient education empower patients on pharmacological therapy, balanced nutrition exercises to maintain. manage effective glycemic control prevent disease progression or associated complication
How does lack of knowledge in management of diabetes Type 2 impact; equitable and efficient care appropriate and Timely Patient safety Patient centered care
The evidence found supports the main reason for increased complications among diabetes type 2 patients is reduced knowledge on coping strategies. There is no treatment for diabetes Type 2; patient should be supported through patient education. (Steinsbekk, et al., 2012). Patient education empower the patient with capabilities that help them overcome any shortcomings that would prevail (Kayshap et al., 2013).
•Effective management of the glycosylated haemoglobin (HbA1c) involves, • attaining stable blood sugar control •understanding the food intake and physical activity balance. • •Anticipatory patient education using teach back will facilitate lifestyle modification as a routine care especially during the developmental transitions(Reinehr, 2013). • •successful management of diabetes type 2 need heterogeneous interventions including (Stranieri, Yatsko, Jelinek & Venkatraman, 2015); cognitive behavioural therapy, general diabetes education and skills training. This is associated with significant improvements on emotional, physical and developmental outcome
The purpose is to explore lack of proper education in patients with Type II diabetes to; Understand socio-economic impact for To identify barriers to patient education To eliminate barriers using proper algorithm
Apply of teach back method to advocate for effective behavioural interventions identifying strategies that could fail if specific regimen is not understood Identify the environmental or even psychological barriers screening these potential problems, offers comprehensive training on the appropriate therapies and medications
The main problem is lack of knowledge about diabetes in the community- especially in young generation Most people are not aware on ways to manage or cope the disease These makes the people to be confused, disoriented, and unsure about the disease