Robert Taylor

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OBJECTIVES This article reports on results of a qualitative study of social supports and institutional resources utilized by individuals living with diabetes in a high-poverty urban setting. The goal was to examine how access to social capital among low-income populations facilitates and impedes their self-efficacy in diabetes self-management. METHODS(More)
Conflict of Interest: No author listed on this manuscript has declared any conflict of interest. Author Contributions: Bose-Brill, Pressler-Vyrda, Taylor: study concept and design. Belanger, Kobe, Ballenger, Kretovics: participant recruitment, data collection and preparation. Bose-Brill, Belanger, Kobe, Pressler-Vyrda: data analysis. Bose-Brill, Belanger,(More)
OBJECTIVES This study explores the perceptions, attitudes, and beliefs that inform how people live with diabetes in a high poverty, ethnically diverse neighborhood with a growing population of refugees. The specific research objective was to examine participants' explanations of how their diabetes began, understandings about the illness, description of(More)
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