Event Title

Diabetes Complication Prevention among Individuals with Cognitive Limitations

Location

D1497

Start Date

1-4-2016 10:15 AM

End Date

1-4-2016 10:50 AM

Description

Diabetes is a debilitating chronic disease that, if not properly managed, can result in various health complications. Individuals must efficiently self-manage the disease in order to mitigate diabetes complications. Individuals who have cognitive limitations are faced with a number of challenges including taking care of their health. For individuals with cognitive limitations, it becomes especially difficult to manage chronic health conditions such as diabetes; thus, it is important to examine disparities in health behavior that prevent diabetes complications among this population of individuals with diabetes who also have a cognitive limitation.

Comments

Dr. DeLawnia Comer-Hagans is an Assistant Professor of Health Administration in the College of Health and Human Services.

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Diabetes Complication Prevention among Individuals with Cognitive Limitations

D1497

Diabetes is a debilitating chronic disease that, if not properly managed, can result in various health complications. Individuals must efficiently self-manage the disease in order to mitigate diabetes complications. Individuals who have cognitive limitations are faced with a number of challenges including taking care of their health. For individuals with cognitive limitations, it becomes especially difficult to manage chronic health conditions such as diabetes; thus, it is important to examine disparities in health behavior that prevent diabetes complications among this population of individuals with diabetes who also have a cognitive limitation.