Charlotte Bagchus

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The Netherlands can be regarded as unique in the use of the Netherlands Diabetes Federation (NDF) Care Standard (CS) for diabetes. The need to understand the barriers obstructing optimal health care, the dissemination and implementation of health care innovations into daily practice and the extent to which health care professionals actually adhere to(More)
BACKGROUND The need to understand barriers to the implementation of health care innovations in daily practice has been widely documented, but perceived facilitators and barriers in diabetes care by Dutch health care professionals remain unknown. The aim of this study was to investigate these factors among health care professionals (HCPs) using a qualitative(More)
BACKGROUND Taking the needs, wishes and experiential knowledge of clients into account is considered to result in a better fit between the supply and demand of modern health care, contributing to the improvement of individual care, organizations, institutions and policy. However, the current generation of the elderly have had little experience of(More)
This study examined how Dutch type 1 and type 2 diabetes patients’ perceived autonomy support, as well as their perceived competence and treatment self-regulation, are associated with their diabetes self-care activities (healthy diet, physical activity, monitoring blood glucose, medication use) and general diabetes control. A cross-sectional questionnaire(More)
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