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Nurses’ role in complex medical help providing while treating on type II diabetes-patients’

DOI: https://doi.org/10.29296/25879979-2020-06-08

Irina G.Kalinina, president of Moscow Regional Nurses’ Public Organisation, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1533-2601 Anna V. Khasina, psychologist, coach in healthcare communication and stress management https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3249-803X Mariam Shpigelman, NP МРН, Senior Nurse, Diabetes Treating specialist, Head of Chronic diseases Department, The Leumit Сustomer Service Center, Central District, Israel https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1978-6264

The article provides recommendations for health care organizations about the role of diabetic nurses in management and improving the quality of care for type 2 diabetes patients. The recommended systematic approach for support and treatment of T2DM patients is based on the Chronic Care and Patient Centred Models and means that the wide range of diabetes nurses’ credentials, including initial pre-medical examination, routine monitoring of patients, decision-making on changing the routine and self care therapy, allow them to be the Case Coordinators. The above analysis allows us conclude that diabetic nurses’ management is the best practice for the early diagnosis selfcare management and complication prevention. The management of «diabetic nurses» work is analysed in detail on the example of healthcare system of Israel.

the nurse
type 2 diabetes
diabetes mellitus
first-aid examination
endocrinological service
nurses’ education

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