Self-rated diabetes control in a Canadian population with type 2 diabetes: associations with health behaviours and outcomes.

@article{Smith2012SelfratedDC,
  title={Self-rated diabetes control in a Canadian population with type 2 diabetes: associations with health behaviours and outcomes.},
  author={K J Smith and V{\'e}ronique Pag{\'e} and Genevi{\`e}ve Gari{\'e}py and M{\'e}lanie B{\'e}land and Ghislaine Badawi and Norbert Schmitz},
  journal={Diabetes research and clinical practice},
  year={2012},
  volume={95 1},
  pages={162-8}
}
AIMS Diabetes control is a multifaceted process involving successful adherence to a self-care regimen as indicated by improved health outcomes. The aim of this study was to ascertain the construct validity of self-reported diabetes control in a population-based survey. METHODS This study assessed 1848 participants with type 2 diabetes who took part in the Montreal Diabetes Health and Wellbeing Study in Quebec, Canada. Participants were administered the diabetes complications index as well as… CONTINUE READING

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Fair / poor diabetes control was associated with being less likely to check blood glucose weekly , being less likely to drink alcohol , being more likely to report being physically inactive , reporting fair / poor eating habits , being obese and having 1 or more diabetes complications .
Fair / poor diabetes control was associated with being less likely to check blood glucose weekly , being less likely to drink alcohol , being more likely to report being physically inactive , reporting fair / poor eating habits , being obese and having 1 or more diabetes complications .
EthanolNo subtypeObesity
Fair / poor diabetes control was associated with being less likely to check blood glucose weekly , being less likely to drink alcohol , being more likely to report being physically inactive , reporting fair / poor eating habits , being obese and having 1 or more diabetes complications .
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Fair / poor diabetes control was associated with being less likely to check blood glucose weekly , being less likely to drink alcohol , being more likely to report being physically inactive , reporting fair / poor eating habits , being obese and having 1 or more diabetes complications .
Fair / poor diabetes control was associated with being less likely to check blood glucose weekly , being less likely to drink alcohol , being more likely to report being physically inactive , reporting fair / poor eating habits , being obese and having 1 or more diabetes complications .
Fair / poor diabetes control was associated with being less likely to check blood glucose weekly , being less likely to drink alcohol , being more likely to report being physically inactive , reporting fair / poor eating habits , being obese and having 1 or more diabetes complications .
Fair / poor diabetes control was associated with being less likely to check blood glucose weekly , being less likely to drink alcohol , being more likely to report being physically inactive , reporting fair / poor eating habits , being obese and having 1 or more diabetes complications .
Fair / poor diabetes control was associated with being less likely to check blood glucose weekly , being less likely to drink alcohol , being more likely to report being physically inactive , reporting fair / poor eating habits , being obese and having 1 or more diabetes complications .
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