manual- cuidados de enfermagem em diabetes mellitus

manual- cuidados de enfermagem em diabetes mellitus

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Capítulo I

Sonia Aurora Alves Grossi

Profa. Dra. da Escola de Enfermagem da USP Coordenadora do Departamento de Enfermagem da SBD

• Identificar a mudança comportamental como uma condição necessária ao manejo adequado do diabetes mellitus.

• Compreender que a educação para a mudança comportamental ocorre em programas formais de educação.

• Relacionar os fatores que interferem na mudança comportamental.

• Identificar os comportamentos de autocuidado necessários ao controle da doença.

• Buscar formas de abordagem frente aos fatores intervenientes na mudança comportamental.

• Utilizar os comportamentos de autocuidado na avaliação dos resultados educacionais a curto, médio e longo prazo.

PALAVRAS CHAVES Diabetes mellitus, enfermagem, educação em saúde, educação de pacientes.

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