Diabetes Resilience: A Model of Risk and Protection in Type 1 Diabetes

@article{Hilliard2012DiabetesRA,
  title={Diabetes Resilience: A Model of Risk and Protection in Type 1 Diabetes},
  author={Marisa E. Hilliard and Michael A. Harris and Jill Weissberg-Benchell},
  journal={Current Diabetes Reports},
  year={2012},
  volume={12},
  pages={739-748}
}
Declining diabetes management and control are common as children progress through adolescence, yet many youths with diabetes do remarkably well. Risk factors for poor diabetes outcomes are well-researched, but fewer data describe processes that lead to positive outcomes such as engaging in effective diabetes self-management, experiencing high quality of life, and achieving in-range glycemic control. Resilience theory posits that protective processes buffer the impact of risk factors on an… Expand

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