To discipline a "dog": the essential structure of mastering diabetes.

@article{Ingadottir2008ToDA,
  title={To discipline a "dog": the essential structure of mastering diabetes.},
  author={Brynja Ingadottir and Sigridur Halldorsdottir},
  journal={Qualitative health research},
  year={2008},
  volume={18 5},
  pages={606-19}
}
In this article we describe the findings of a study in which the essential structure of mastering diabetes was explored from the patient's viewpoint, emphasizing the lived experience of adhering and not adhering to a complex treatment regimen for diabetes. 

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