Advancing Quality Diabetes Education Through Evidence and Innovation
Patients with type 2 diabetes crowd emergency rooms; fill medical, surgical, and cardiac beds; and now appear in maternal health and pediatric units. Education is critical in hospital care of diabetes; however, what level of knowledge exists among acute care nurses? A systematic approach was used to examine levels of nursing knowledge about diabetes. An innovative and cost-effective structure was created to improve the quality of patient care through supporting diabetes education.
Journal of Nursing Care Quality
Gerard, Sally O.; Griffin, Mary Quinn; and Fitzpatrick, Joyce, "Advancing Quality Diabetes Education Through Evidence and Innovation" (2010). Nursing and Health Studies Faculty Publications. 46.
Gerard, Sally O., Mary Quinn Griffin, and Joyce Fitzpatrick. "Advancing Quality Diabetes Education Through Evidence and Innovation." Journal of Nursing Care Quality 25, no. 2 (2010): 160-167.
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