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Psychosocial Problems And Barriers To Improved Diabetes Management: Results Of The Cross‐National Diabetes Attitudes, Wishes And Needs (DAWN) Study

M. Peyrot, R. Rubin, T. Lauritzen, F. Snoek, D. Matthews, S. Skovlund
Published 2005 · Medicine

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Aims  To examine patient‐ and provider‐reported psychosocial problems and barriers to effective self‐care and resources for dealing with those barriers.
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