Living with a chronic illness: Chinese-Canadian and Euro-Canadian women with diabetes--exploring factors that influence management.

@article{Anderson1995LivingWA,
  title={Living with a chronic illness: Chinese-Canadian and Euro-Canadian women with diabetes--exploring factors that influence management.},
  author={Joan Marie Anderson and Sally Wiggins and Rozina Qamruddin Rajwani and Anne Holbrook and C. I. Disperse Blue and Mark Ng},
  journal={Social science & medicine},
  year={1995},
  volume={41 2},
  pages={
          181-95
        }
}
The study reported on here was designed to address how Euro-Canadian and Chinese-Canadian women living with diabetes experience and manage their illness in their day to day lives, and the factors that influence daily management (diet, exercise, medication and blood testing). It was hypothesized that women's patterns of diabetes management would be associated with (a) ethnicity and/or (b) fluency in English. It was also hypothesized that the extent to which women with diabetes (whether Chinese… CONTINUE READING
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