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CLC – Evidence-Based Practice Project: Intervention Presentation on Diabetes

NRS 410 CLC – Evidence-Based Practice Project: Intervention Presentation on Diabetes

CLC – Evidence-Based Practice Project: Intervention Presentation on Diabetes

Evidence for Integration of technology-enabled nurse coaching intervention for Diabetes Management

vStudies as illustrated above show that such interventions can have significant impact on lifestyle change in diabetic patients

vChanges include behavioral alterations

vIncreased awareness of the condition and effective interventions

vChanges in perspective and engagement of health resources like nurses and other healthcare providers

vEnhanced support and increased ownership of diabetes self-management

A mobile phone-based glucose monitoring and feedback system can be a great asset in primary care clinic settings. By providing real-time data and feedback to patients, this type of system can help them better manage their diabetes. In addition, the ability to share data with providers can help clinics identify patterns and potential areas for improvement. When used in conjunction with traditional medical care, a mobile phone-based glucose monitoring system can be a powerful tool for improving diabetes management. A clinic setting is the ideal environment for a mobile phone-based glucose monitoring and feedback system. In a primary care setting, nurses or other health professionals can provide patients with real-time feedback on their blood sugar levels, as well as educational information about diabetes and its management. A mobile phone-based glucose monitoring and feedback system has the potential to improve glycemic control in patients with diabetes, thereby reducing the risk of long-term complications. In addition, such a system could help to reduce the burden on healthcare professionals, who are often responsible for providing patient education about diabetes self-management (Yang et al., 2020).

Evidence from research shows that integration of these interventions in nursing practice enhances overall self-management and self-efficacy of patients with type 2 diabetes (Miyamoto et al., 2018). As such, nurses can integrate the tool in a host of ways that include improving patient participation by making phones or having protocols that encourage conversations and engagement with patients. Secondly, they can integrate these aspects by developing and using relevant mobile health apps that enable them to interact with patients. Nurses can also use these tools to encourage behavior change and emphasize the significance of self-care management (Miyamoto et al., 2018). Lastly, they can use these interventions to improve their competences when dealing with diabetic patients.

Evidence for Integration of technology-enabled nurse coaching intervention for Diabetes Management

vStudies as illustrated above show that such interventions can have significant impact on lifestyle change in diabetic patients

vChanges include behavioral alterations

vIncreased awareness of the condition and effective interventions

vChanges in perspective and engagement of health resources like nurses and other healthcare providers

Enhanced support

Studies show that integrating the intervention participation tool leads to enhanced perspectives concerning how one can live with

CLC - Evidence-Based Practice Project Intervention Presentation on Diabetes
CLC – Evidence-Based Practice Project Intervention Presentation on Diabetes

diabetes. In their study, Miyamoto et al. (2019) show that nurses and other healthcare providers can empower diabetic patients to self-manage the condition using technology and nurse health coaching. This can be through mobile health (mHealth) technology and combining it with health coaching to ensure that patients participate in the self-management of their condition. Again, a study by Miyamoto (2018) shows that nurse health coaching entails participation of patients to improve diabetes self-management. As such, nurses can integrate these aspects into their practice to enhance overall patient outcomes. these intervention or tool focuses on enhancing self-efficacy.

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Integration of these Interventions in Nursing Practice

vNurses can integrate the intervention by enhancing patient participation through making phone calls

vNurses can integrate the tool by developing mHealth app where they interact with patients

vNurses can use the tool to encourage behavior change and emphasize the importance of self-care and management

vNurses can use the interventions to enhance their competence when dealing with patients

Evidence from research shows that integration of these interventions in nursing practice enhances overall self-management and self-efficacy of patients with type 2 diabetes (Miyamoto et al., 2018). As such, nurses can integrate the tool in a host of ways that include improving patient participation by making phones or having protocols that encourage conversations and engagement with patients. Secondly, they can integrate these aspects by developing and using relevant mobile health apps that enable them to interact with patients. Nurses can also use these tools to encourage behavior change and emphasize the significance of self-care management (Miyamoto et al., 2018). Lastly, they can use these interventions to improve their competences when dealing with diabetic patients.

References

, S., Edwards, J., Miyamoto, S., Henderson, S., Dharmar, M., &

Young, H. M. (2019). More than A1C: Types of success among   adults   with type-2 diabetes participating in a technology-enabled   nurse   coaching intervention. Patient Education and Counseling,   102(1), 106–  112. https://doi-  org.lopes.idm.oclc.org/10.1016/j.pec.2018.08.028

Miyamoto, S., Henderson, S., Fazio, S., Saconi, B., Thiede, E.,

Greenwood, D. A. & Young, H. M. (2019). Empowering Diabetes   Self-  Management Through Technology and Nurse Health   Coaching.   Diabetes Education, 45(6):586-595.doi:   10.1177/0145721719879421.

Miyamoto, S., Dharmar, M., Fazio, S., Tang-Feldman, Y. & Young, H. M.

(2018). mHealth Technology and Nurse Health Coaching to   Improve   Health in Diabetes: Protocol for a Randomized Controlled   Trial. JMIR   Research Protocols, 7(2):