Oman is faced with an increasing rate of diabetes. The National Diabetes Control Program (NDCP) in Oman encourages all members of the diabetes health care team to share in the responsibility of providing a suitable and quality health education to people with diabetes and the community at large. Nevertheless, diabetes education has not been tackled systematically and there is a pressing need for an education program on diabetes self management in Oman.diabetes was reported to be 3, 796 cases of which 560 cases were reported in the capital city, Muscat; the majority of these ... Currently, the Sultanate puts into practice the 1999 WHO criteria in setting guidelines for diabetes diagnosis in the anbsp;...
|Title||:||Diabetes Education in Oman: Needs Assessment and Development of an Intervention for Health Care Professionals|
|Author||:||Lyutha Khalfan Al-Subhi|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2007|