Nurse Telephone Follow-Up after Patient Diabetes Education

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Nurse Telephone Follow-Up after Patient Diabetes Education
Diabetes education is conducted by nurses during patient encounters in the hospital. Patients in the clinics who have been provided with diabetes education continue to demonstrate a lack of knowledge in diabetes self-management and suboptimal glycemic control. The purpose of this paper is to discuss a research proposal to determine the effectiveness of nurse telephone follow-up after diabetes education in improving the outcome in patients with type 2 diabetes. In this paper, I will discuss the significance of the study, the study problem, the search strategy and a summary of pertinent findings, the research design and method and the researchability and feasibility of the study....
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