Cognitive Functioning and Self-Management in Older People With Diabetes

@inproceedings{Asimakopoulou2002CognitiveFA,
  title={Cognitive Functioning and Self-Management in Older People With Diabetes},
  author={Koula Georgia Asimakopoulou and Sarah E. Hampson},
  year={2002}
}
The extent to which diabetes is responsible for cognitive dysfunction in older people continues to be investigated. Research is also being conducted to better understand why people with diabetes find self-management of their illness a challenge and to develop behavioral interventions to help older people improve their diabetes self-management. There is little research combining these two issues, that is, whether the level and type of cognitive impairment associated with diabetes affects people… CONTINUE READING

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