Type 2 Diabetes and Depression

@article{Kaltman2016Type2D,
  title={Type 2 Diabetes and Depression},
  author={Stacey Kaltman and Adriana Serrano and Nicholas Talisman and Michelle F Magee and Leopoldo J. Cabassa and Olga Pulgar-Vidal and Dorys Peraza},
  journal={The Diabetes Educator},
  year={2016},
  volume={42},
  pages={87 - 95}
}
Purpose The purpose of the current study was to determine the feasibility, acceptability, and preliminary effectiveness of an integrated self-management intervention that simultaneously targets diabetes and depression self-management in a primary care clinic that serves the Latino immigrant community. Methods The integrated intervention included behavioral activation and motivational interviewing techniques. It was developed with patient, family member, and provider stakeholders, and it… Expand
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