DKN

(redirected from Diabetes Knowledge)
AcronymDefinition
DKNDiaspora Knowledge Network (UNESCO)
DKNDiabetes Knowledge (assessment scale)
DKNDistributed Knowledge Network (Iowa State University)
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The interview took place individually, in a private environment, through a structured instrument, consisting of thematic blocks that included sociodemographic, clinical variables related to diabetes knowledge and selfcare attitude.
Level and determinants of diabetes knowledge in patients with diabetes in Zimbabwe: A cross-sectional study.
Assessment of diabetes knowledge using the Michigan brief diabetes knowledge test among patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus.
Diabetes knowledge, beliefs and practices among people with diabetes attending a university hospital in Karachi, Pakistan.
According to moderator analyses, OnTrack provided greater DD reduction to participants with initially poorer cognitive or emotion regulation skills, higher baseline DD, or greater initial diabetes knowledge, compared to KnowIt.
Under a 24/7 dedicated Customer Care team, the company has established a highly-talented European team of over 100 employees with extensive diabetes knowledge, best-in-class support and expertise within the European markets.
Assessment of diabetes knowledge and its associated factors among Type 2 diabetic patients in Mekelle and Ayder referral hospitals, Ethiopia.
Proper management requires lifestyle changes and adequate diabetes knowledge of which is considered a key component of diabetes management.
"Through this contract, we saw an opportunity to bring together our depth of diabetes knowledge with Prime's strong analytics capabilities to help people with diabetes," Hobbs added.
The survey questionnaire containing demographic information and self-reported scales on diabetes knowledge, attitude, and practices of participants was individually administered under the supervision of investigators.
Diabetes knowledge. The Diabetes Knowledge Test (Fitzgerald et al., 1998), a 14-item measure, assesses the degree to which patients are knowledgeable about diabetes and its management.
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