Effects of depression, diabetes distress, diabetes self-efficacy, and diabetes self-management on glycemic control among Chinese population with type 2 diabetes mellitus.

@article{Lin2017EffectsOD,
  title={Effects of depression, diabetes distress, diabetes self-efficacy, and diabetes self-management on glycemic control among Chinese population with type 2 diabetes mellitus.},
  author={Keke Lin and C. Park and Mingzi Li and Xiudong Wang and Xiushu Li and W. Li and L. Quinn},
  journal={Diabetes research and clinical practice},
  year={2017},
  volume={131},
  pages={
          179-186
        }
}
AIM To examine the direct and indirect effects of depression, diabetes distress, diabetes self-efficacy and diabetes self-management on glycemic control among a group of T2DM patients in China. METHOD A convenience sample of 254 participants were selected from three outpatient departments in Beijing, China. They were surveyed using a self-administered questionnaire. Diabetes-related information was retrieved from their medical records. Descriptive statistics, independent student t tests, Chi… Expand
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