Living with diabetes within the framework of Swedish primary health care: Somalian and professional perspectives Anne-Marie Wallin

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  title={Living with diabetes within the framework of Swedish primary health care: Somalian and professional perspectives Anne-Marie Wallin},
  author={Anne-Marie M Wallin},
  year={2009}
}
deeper knowledge of immigrantsexperiences of living with the disease and their conceptions of the encounter in diabetes care within primary health care. Therefore the thesis includes both immigrants of Somalian origin and health-care profes- sionals. To the author's knowledge is this the first published research in Sweden or elsewhere that focuses on immigrants from Somalia with diabetes mellitus. The findings in the thesis showed that changing lifestyle was considered as a hard work by the… CONTINUE READING

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