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Effectiveness of a health promotion programme for farmers and fishermen with type‐2 diabetes in Taiwan

To authenticate to the full-text of this article, please visit this link: http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-2648.2011.05678.x Byline: Mei-Yen Chen (1), Wei-Chao Huang (2), Yun-Shing Peng (3), Jing-Song Guo (4), Chia-Pei Chen (5), Ming-Chung Jong (6), Hui-Chuan Lin (7) Keywords: diabetes; health promo... Full description

Journal Title: Journal of Advanced Nursing September 2011, Vol.67(9), pp.2060-2067
Main Author: Chen, Mei‐Yen
Other Authors: Huang, Wei‐Chao , Peng, Yun‐Shing , Guo, Jing‐Song , Chen, Chia‐Pei , Jong, Ming‐Chung , Lin, Hui‐Chuan
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title: Effectiveness of a health promotion programme for farmers and fishermen with type‐2 diabetes in Taiwan
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  • Chen, Mei‐Yen
  • Huang, Wei‐Chao
  • Peng, Yun‐Shing
  • Guo, Jing‐Song
  • Chen, Chia‐Pei
  • Jong, Ming‐Chung
  • Lin, Hui‐Chuan
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  • Diabetes
  • Health Promotion
  • Nursing
  • Primary Health Care
ispartof: Journal of Advanced Nursing, September 2011, Vol.67(9), pp.2060-2067
description: To authenticate to the full-text of this article, please visit this link: http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-2648.2011.05678.x Byline: Mei-Yen Chen (1), Wei-Chao Huang (2), Yun-Shing Peng (3), Jing-Song Guo (4), Chia-Pei Chen (5), Ming-Chung Jong (6), Hui-Chuan Lin (7) Keywords: diabetes; health promotion; nursing; primary health care Abstract: chen m.-y., huang w.-c., peng y.-s., guo j.-s., chen c.-p., jong m.-c. & lin h.-c. (2011) Effectiveness of a health promotion programme for farmers and fishermen with type-2 diabetes in Taiwan. Journal of Advanced Nursing 67(9), 2060-2067. Abstract Aims. This paper is a report of a study examining the diabetes control and foot self-care capability in farmers and fishermen following introduction of a multi-stage, multi-disciplinary team and community-based small group health promotion programme. Background. Improving the control of diabetes is a critical issue in Taiwan because mortality rates are increasing dramatically, particularly in rural populations. Methods. A quasi-experimental research design was deployed from January to December 2009. A total of 387 participants living in nine rural districts with previous diagnoses of type-2 diabetes were randomly selected. Three hundred and twenty-three completed the 3-stage programme, including health assessment, health promotion education and individually tailored telephone counselling and evaluation over a 1-year period. Results. Most of the participants were fishermen or farmers who had
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