PICOT Question for Management of Type 2 Diabetes of Asian-Americans
Diabetes is a lifestyle disease that affects the method the body handles glucose in the blood. Presently, more than 27 million people have been diagnosed of type 2 diabetes in the United States while more than 86 million people are suspected having pre-diabetes problem. The symptoms of type 2 diabetes are blur vision, wounds that are unable to heal, always being thirsty, and feeling worn out. Poor diet is one of the major causes of type 2 diabetes, and people who eat too much of highly processed carbs, saturated fats, red meat, processed met, and sugary drink have high risks of having type 2 diabetes. One of the major strategies to prevent and manage type 2 diabetes is to eat right type of food by avoiding taking highly processed carbs, red meat, processed and saturated fats. It is also necessary to avoid taking sugary drink. Despite the benefits that type 2 diabetes patients can derive from eating the right food, cultural barrier is one of the major problems that hinders a quality care for type 2 diabetes. Essentially, the United States composes of diverse ethnic groups and Asian-Americans have some different type of foods that can hinder the management of type 2 diabetes.
Objective this project is to use PICOT question to answer how the Asian-Americans with newly diagnosed type 2 diabetes perceive barriers to implement dietary and lifestyles changes.
The paper provides the PICOT question to enhance a greater understanding on the method Asian-Americans with newly diagnosed type 2 diabetes perceive barriers to implement dietary and lifestyles changes.
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Food therapy and health education are the effective strategies to make Asian-Americans eat right type of food (I), which can assist them managing their disease (C) and live the normal life (O) within 3 months (T).
The PICO statement reveals that health practitioners has faced challenges to provide a quality care type 2 diabetes patients because culture has been identified as a setback to provide care for Asian-Americans diagnosed of type 2 diabetes. (Tripp-Reimer, Choi, Kelley, et al. 2007). Typically, adherence to cultural foods has made Asian-Americans diagnosed with type 2 diabetes to face challenges in managing their disease. With respect to the therapy and nutritional intervention for the type 2 diabetes, adherence to health and food literacy is an effective strategy to manage the type 2 diabetes. (Deng, Zhang, & Chan, 2013).
Tripp-Reimer, Choi, Kelley, et al. (2007) argue that many Asian-Americans still attach to the concept of acculturation, which is the process by which Asian-Americans attach to the cultural patterns that include beliefs, language and religions. Essentially, the acculturation affects…
Introduction There are various risk factors that have been associated with the development of type 2 diabetes. These include, but they are not limited to, ethnicity and lifestyle. With regard to ethnicity, it is important to note that people of Asian descent have a higher predisposition to type 2 diabetes, in comparison to persons of European ancestry. Some of the complications associated with type 2 diabetes include cardiovascular disease, kidney damage,
Asian-Americans with newly diagnosed type 2 diabetes perceive barriers to implementing dietary and lifestyles changes to reduce A1C levels in the first 3 months after diagnosis"? Method of obtaining necessary approval(s) and securing support from your organization's leadership and fellow staff. One of the most difficult parts of effecting meaningful change in an organizational setting is obtaining the necessary approval from top management and then achieving "buy-in" from fellow staff members.
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PICOT question: In Asian Americans with type 2 diabetes (P), does a culturally tailored diabetes education program, including patient-specific dietary and lifestyle modifications, (I) reduce A1C levels (O) after 2 months (T) versus a control group of Asian Americans? Introduction with a problem statement Type 2 diabetes is a prevalent and growing problem throughout the modern world. The United States especially has seen an increase in type 2 diabetes cases in non-white
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