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ACTUALIZACION DE LAS NORMAS SOBRE EDUCACION PARA EL AUTOCONTROL DE LA DIABETES

ACTUALIZACION DE LAS NORMAS SOBRE EDUCACION PARA EL AUTOCONTROL DE LA DIABETES

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La educación del paciente con diabetes es la piedra angular de la atención de calidad de la diabetes y se encuentra incluida en las normas de atención en todo el mundo.
Autor:
Martha M. Funnell
Columnista Experto de SIIC

Institución:
Michigan Diabetes Research and Training Center


Artículos publicados por Martha M. Funnell
Recepción del artículo
10 de Noviembre, 2009
Aprobación
24 de Noviembre, 2009
Primera edición
5 de Abril, 2010
Segunda edición, ampliada y corregida
7 de Junio, 2021

Resumen
La educación del paciente diabético es la piedra angular de la atención de calidad de la diabetes y se encuentra incluida en las normas de atención en todo el mundo. Hace más de 20 años que las normas nacionales sobre educación para el autocontrol de la diabetes están disponibles tanto en Estados Unidos como en el resto del mundo. A partir de ese momento estas normas evolucionaron; esta evolución se basa en la información y en la práctica y orienta los esfuerzos de investigación a este campo dinámico y en constante crecimiento. En este artículo se ofrece información sobre las Normas Nacionales de Estados Unidos sobre Educación para el Autocontrol de la Diabetes 2007, se actualizan las experiencias en relación con la implementación de estas normas y se incluyen datos recientes de la bibliografía sobre la diabetes acerca de educación para el autocontrol y el respaldo continuo.

Palabras clave
rentabilidad, rendimiento, capacitación, cooperación, certificación, reconocimiento


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Abstract
Diabetes patient education is considered a cornerstone of quality diabetes care and is included in standards of care throughout the world. National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education have been available for more than 20 years in the United States and throughout the world. These standards have evolved since their initiation and this evolution is based in evidence and practice and has guided research efforts in this dynamic and growing field. This article provides information about the 2007 U.S. Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education, updates experiences related to the implementation of these Standards and includes recent evidence from the diabetes literature about self-management education and support.

Key words
cost-effectiveness, empowerment, collaborative, certification, recognition


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Especialidades
Principal: Diabetología
Relacionadas: Administración Hospitalaria, Atención Primaria, Enfermería, Medicina Familiar, Medicina Interna, Neurología, Salud Pública



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Martha M Funnell, Michigan Diabetes Research and Training Center Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Center for the Study of the Complications in Diabetes, MI 48109-0489, 300 North Ingalls St., 3D06, Box 0489, Ann Arbor, EE.UU.
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Financiado parcialmente por los subsidios NIH5P60 DK20572 y 1 R18 0K062323-01 del National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney of National Institutes of Health.
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