DescriptionPsychosocial issues have long been acknowledged to have a crucial role in the successful treatment of people with diabetes. An understanding of these issues can enable health care professionals to assist their patients effectively. The second edition of the acclaimed title Psychology in Diabetes Care gives background information and practical guidelines needed by healthcare professionals to address the cognitive, emotional and behavioural issues surrounding diabetes management.
The book bridges the gap between psychological research on self-care and management of diabetes, and the delivery of care and services provided by the diabetes care team.
Written jointly by psychologists active in diabetes research and practising clinicians, Psychology in Diabetes Care, Second Edition provides a practical evidence-based approach to intervention in diabetes care.
Foreword to the First Edition.
Foreword to the Second Edition.
Preface to the First Edition.
Preface to the Second Edition.
List of Contributors.
1. Diabetes in Children (Barbara J. Anderson and Julienne Brackett).
1.2 Diabetes in Infancy.
1.3 Diabetes in toddlers and preschoolers.
1.4 Treatment in issues for children under 6 years of age.
1.5 Diabetes in school-aged children.
1.6 Family factors related to glycaemic control and adherence.
1.7 Family involvement in the diabetes management of a school-aged child.
1.8 Treatment issues for school-aged children.
1.9 Disease course and risk factors: implications for clinical practice.
2. Diabetes in Adolescents (T. Chas Skinner, H. Murphy and Michelle V. Huws-Thomas).
2.2 Familial interventions.
2.3 Individual interventions.
3. Psychological Issues in the Management of Diabetes and Pregnancy (Maurice G. A. J. Wouters and Frank J. Snoek).
3.7 Practice implications.
4. References 4 Diabetes in Older Adults (Marie Clark and Koula G. Asimakopoulou).
4.2 The ageing process.
4.3 Symptoms and their representation.
4.4 Clinical features of diabetes.
4.5 Diabetes complications in older adults.
4.6 Mortality and type 2 diabetes.
4.7 Diabetes control and complications.
4.8 Quality of life.
4.9 Management of diabetes in older adults.
4.10 Self-management issues.
4.11 Practice implications.
4.12 Summary and conclusions.
5. Patient Empowerment (Martha M. Funnell and Robert M. Anderson).
5.2 Empowerment defined.
5.3 Patient empowerment and diabetes.
5.4 Implementing the empowerment approach.
5.5 Implementing the empowerment approach in diabetes self-management education (DSME).
5.6 Implementing the empowerment approach in diabetes self-management support (DSMS).
5.7 Implementing the empowerment approach in diabetes care.
5.8 Costs and benefits of the empowerment approach.
5.9 Concluding thoughts.
6. Medical Office-Based Interventions (Russell E. Glasgow).
6.1 Theoretical background.
6.2 Clinical and logistic rationale for office-based interventions.
6.3 Research findings from office-based interventions.
6.4 Target groups for inclusion/exclusion.
6.5 Assessment and clinic flow.
6.6 Links to medical management.
6.7 Unanswered questions, new directions.
7. Psychological Group Interventions in Diabetes Care (T. Chas Skinner and Nicole van der Ven).
7.1 Psychological group interventions in medical illness.
7.2 Psychological group interventions in diabetes.
7.3 Psychological group interventions aimed at psychological problems complicating diabetes.
7.4 Psychological group interventions dealing with complications of diabetes.
7.5 Psychological group interventions dealing with hypoglycaemia.
7.6 Groups dealing with the daily demands of diabetes.
7.7 Using new technologies for groups.
7.8 Discussion and future directions.
8. Counselling and Psychotherapy in Diabetes Mellitus (Richard R. Rubin).
8.2 Diabetes-related distress.
8.4 Practice implications.