Effectiveness of management models for facilitating self-management and patient outcomes in adults with diabetes and chronic kidney disease

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chronic kidney disease 142 management models for facilitating self-management and patient outcomes in adults with diabetes and chronic kidney disease Edward ZimbudziClement LoMarie MissoSanjeeva RanasinhaSophia ZoungasPublication date (epub): 6/2015Publication
chronic kidney disease 834 programmes can be implemented in order to effectively improve the care of people with diabetes and/or chronic kidney disease .Methods/DesignMedline (including Medline in-process), Excerpta medica database (EMBASE), Cumulative
chronic kidney disease 1183 randomised controlled studies comparing self-management models with usual care in patients with diabetes or chronic kidney disease . Two reviewers will independently assess articles for eligibility: extract data, evaluate risk of bias
chronic kidney disease 2007 issue of how to integrate and tailor these self-management practices for patients with diabetes and chronic kidney disease .Systematic review registrationPROSPERO CRD42015017316.Electronic supplementary materialThe online version
chronic kidney disease 2504 completely [[1]]. They are the largest cause of death globally [[2]]. Among these diseases are diabetes and chronic kidney disease . The incidence and prevalence of diabetes mellitus has soared throughout the world, mainly due to the
chronic kidney disease 5584 health care models that can be implemented in order to improve the outcomes of people with diabetes and chronic kidney disease (CKD) [[16], [17]].Objectives of the systematic reviewThe objectives of this study are to investigate:The
chronic kidney disease 6546 short-term outcomes, intermediate outcomes and long-term outcomes.Fig. 1Programme logic model for a chronic kidney disease /diabetes self-management programmeShort-term outcomes measure the initial impact of an activity, for

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