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I’m so thrilled to share my most recent publication that can be found in Qualitative Health Research (QHR). It was a long time coming. In fact, this article was a part of my dissertation research. The article, entitled Diabetes Identity: A Mechanism of Social Change uses interviewing to explore identity in diabetes. At the start … Continue reading New Publication on Diabetes Identity
Historically, diabetes identity has been examined at the individual level as it relates to clinical outcomes and self-management practices. Yet, identity is not… Source: Diabetes Identity: A Mechanism of Social Change – Heather R. Walker, Michelle L. Litchman, 2021
Diabetes burnout is not a new concept to most people who live with the condition. It is a phenomenon that people with diabetes can experience overtime managing diabetes. It might look like feeling discouraged or unmotivated when trying to do diabetes self-management all the time 24/7. Diabetes burnout is a reality for many people spanning … Continue reading Can We Make Sense of Diabetes Burnout?