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Outpatient Diabetes Education - Haiti presented at Hôpital Sacré Coeur in Milot, Haiti.

CRUDEM’s Education Committee (a subcommittee of the Board of Directors) sponsors one-week medical symposia on specific medical topics, i.e. diabetes, infectious disease. The classes are held at Hôpital Sacré Coeur and doctors and nurses come from all over Haiti to attend.

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  • 1. Outpatient Diabetes Education Rosa Matonti, RN, MSN, CNS, CDE Inpatient Diabetes Educator University of New Mexico Hospital January 13, 2011 Hospital Sacre Coeur Milot, Haiti
  • 2. Objectives
    • At the end of the presentation the participant
    • will be able to:
    • Define the AADE 7 from the American Association of Diabetes Educators.
    • Describe the Diabetes Self Management Educational Outcomes Continuum.
    • Define key components required in an outpatient assessment.
  • 3. American Association of Diabetes Educators
    • Definition of Diabetes Education
      • Collaborative process through which people with diabetes or those at risk for diabetes gain the knowledge and the skills needed to modify behavior and successfully self-manage the disease and its related conditions
    Tomky D, et.al. (2008). AADE Position Statement: AADE 7 Self Care Behaviors. The Diabetes Educator. 34 (3):445-449.
  • 4. AADE 7 Self Care Behaviors
    • Health eating
    • Being active
    • Monitoring
    • Taking medications
    • Problem solving
    • Healthy coping
    • Reducing risks
  • 5.  
  • 6. Individualization of Diabetes Self Management
    • Based on an assessment that addresses personal attributes such as:
      • Health status
      • Attitudes, beliefs, experiences, and desire to participate in diabetes education
      • Psychosocial status
      • Literacy and learning style
      • Cultural and life span issues
      • Personal metabolic and other goals
      • Self care skills and access to resources
  • 7. Health Status
    • Influences attitudes
    • Health beliefs
    • Goals
    • Readiness and ability to learn
  • 8. Attitudes, Beliefs, Experiences and Desire to Participate
    • Attitudes and beliefs are shaped by experiences
      • Family member with diabetes
      • Reports in the media
      • Advice or anecdotes from friends
  • 9. Psychosocial Status
    • Social support
    • Economic resources
    • Stress
    • Anxiety
    • Depression
      • Higher levels of depression in those dx with diabetes
  • 10. Literacy and Learning Style
    • Educational objectives matched to learning style
      • Reading
      • Listening
      • Discussion
    • Low literacy associated with poorer glycemic control
      • More comfortable learning from others, small groups
      • Storytelling and or brainstorming
  • 11. Cultural and Life Span Issues
    • Programs should be culturally relevant
    • Designed to meet the developmental tasks
    • Should be developmentally appropriate
      • Preschool
      • School age
      • Adolescent
      • Adult
      • Senior
  • 12. Personal, Metabolic and Other Goals
    • Asking a patient individual objective’s and priorities for education
    • Self directed goal setting
    • Use of AADE 7
  • 13. Self Care and Access to Resources
    • Financial resources
      • Diabetes supplies
      • Medications
      • Education
    • Physical location
      • Where they live
      • Do they have transportation to clinic
    • Physical impairment
  • 14. Example of an Outpatient Assessment
  • 15. Case Study
    • M.L. is 55 year old female
    • diagnosed 10 yrs, ago, with type 2
    • diabetes. She is employed as a maid. She
    • comes to see the doctor today because
    • she is feeling tired all the time and is
    • Having difficulty with getting to work
    • everyday.
    • PMH: Hypertension, Hyperlipedemia
    • Height: 62 inches Weight: 180 lbs.
    • BMI: 32.9
    • BP today: 145/95 mmHg
    • BG in office today: Random 292
    • Labs:
    • HgA1C 12.2
    • Creatinine 0.8
    • Urine/microalbumin <2
    • TSH 2.56
    • Labs:
    • Cholesterol 255
    • HDL 35
    • LDL 136
    • Triglycerides 150
    • Medications:
    • Metformin 1000 mg BID
    • Glipizide 10 mg BID
    • Lisinopril 20 mg QD
    • Simvistatin 20 mg QD
    • Office visit: Foot exam reveals areas of
    • decreased sensation. Pt wears flip flops as
    • footwear.
  • 16. Case Study
    • Questions to ask?
    • BP and HgA1C elevated how does this coincide with her complaints of fatigue?
    • What about her medications what would you do next?
    • Does she have the ability to pay for medications and is she taking was was already ordered?
    • Her feet are insensate what should your next steps be?
  • 17. Summary
    • Individualized self management education:
      • Promotes educational concerns and priorities
      • Recognizes the expertise and perspective each patient brings
      • Incorporates psychosocial and behavioral aspects
      • Helps create collaborative partnerships
  • 18. Thank You
  • 19. Questions