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open-access-imgOpen AccessApplication Research on Community Nursing Practice Teaching Combined with Diabetes Health Management
Author(s)
Wang Fuan,
Wu Kongju
Publication year2017
Publication title
journal of educational theory and management
Resource typeJournals
PublisherSynergy Publishing Pte. Ltd.
Objective Discuss and reform community nursing practice teaching mode, and improve effects of community nursing teaching. Method   Students are grouped into experimental group and control group randomly. Students in the experimental group manage individualized health of diabetes patients in the observation group, and students in the control group conduct group health education and management for diabetes patients, no individualized health management. Results  Students in the two groups compare cognition about this course and community nursing before teaching, no remarkable difference (all P values are ˃ 0.05), and compare diabetes knowledge and living behaviors of the old in the two groups, no remarkable difference (all P values are ˃ 0.05). After teaching, students in the two groups compare recognition of this course and community nursing as well as test performance, and there are remarkable differences (all P values are˂0.05). And comparison of diabetes knowledge and living behaviors of the old in the two groups shows remarkable differences (all P values are˂0.05). The implementation of individualized health management mode in community nursing practice teaching can improve students' professional knowledge and competence, and help diabetes patients to form good behaviors and life styles. The combination of community nursing practice teaching and individualized health management for diabetes patients can improve students' professional knowledge and competence, and help diabetes patients to control illness state and improve their physical conditions.
Subject(s)cognition , community health , community nursing , competence (human resources) , diabetes management , diabetes mellitus , endocrinology , health education , medical education , medicine , nursing , psychiatry , psychology , public health , significant difference , social psychology , type 2 diabetes
Language(s)English
ISSN2591-7099
DOI10.26549/jetm.v1i1.598

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