Impact of an Interprofessional Diabetes Education Model on Patient Health Outcomes: A Longitudinal Study

@inproceedings{Shiyanbola2014ImpactOA,
  title={Impact of an Interprofessional Diabetes Education Model on Patient Health Outcomes: A Longitudinal Study},
  author={Olayinka O Shiyanbola and Becky Randall and Cristina R. Lammers and Karly A. Hegge and Michelle S Anderson},
  year={2014}
}
Background: Patient education programs encouraging diabetes self-management can improve clinical outcomes and lessen diabetes complications. This study implemented an innovative interprofessional student-led diabetes self-management and health promotion program for an underserved population and demonstrated an improvement in participant clinical outcomes and students’ understanding of interprofessional aspects of diabetes care. Methods and Findings: This community-based program was implemented… CONTINUE READING

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