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Guía de Actualización en Diabetes
Diabetes education is an interactive and ongoing process that aims to provide the knowledge and skills necessary for self-care of the patient by supporting individuals and their families in order to self-manage their lives with diabetes and achieve the best possible outcomes. Diabetes education is a multidisciplinary process that can be performed by different professionals at different stages of evolution of the disease. This paper analyzes the minimum requirements of the professional profile of the diabetes educator. The role of educator is described as a doctor, nurse, pharmacist, dietitian-nutritionist, psychologist, podiatrist, physical education consultant, social worker and patient expert. Entre las limitaciones que hemos encontrado se hallan: - Profesionales que deben incluirse en el documento. Capacidad docente para trabajar de forma individual o en grupos.
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