Diabetes Disease Assignment Research Paper

Diabetes Disease Assignment Research Paper
Diabetes Disease Assignment Research Paper
Diabetes Disease Assignment Research

Diabetes disease Assignment Research

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This paper is a continuation of 113908, and it would be nice for the same writer to complete this paper as it is a continuation. The writer will respond to the questions below base on the requirements. The writer must also read the uploaded paper so that he can better understand how to respond to this questions in the order form below. The EBP paper we are working as you will see on the uploaded paper is “Lack of proper education on patient with type 2 diabetes”. Base on that the writer will continue this week by responding detail to the questions pose below.

Designing a Practice Change

“Lack of proper education on patient with type 2 diabetes”

During this week’s paper, you will focus on designing a practice change.
Building on work done in the clinical practicum setting this week, and looking toward work with the EBP, address these questions:

1. What is your timeline/schedule for your project?

2. What key personnel (including a change champion) are needed?

3. What supplies are needed (e.g., technology, marketing materials, etc.)?

4. What areas are included for your budget? What is the approximate cost of the entire project?

5. How do items 1-4 above tie directly to the project goals?



Trends have indicated an increase in prevalence in diabetes with 42% of the patients with diabetes aged over 65 years (Chen et al., 2012). Projections have been conducted and proved that this ratio will increase to over 60% by 2050. This increase in diabetes prevalence has also impacted related health care costs.  For instance, the average acute hospital cost for managing diabetic patient with a diabetic foot was estimated to be $9,900 in the USA (Dabelea et al, 2014). According to Wong et al, this rise in the prevalence of diabetes has made it imperious to offer training and practice care for clinicians to manage diabetes (Wong et al., 2015).  This paper is going to focus on the design of Evidence Based Practice training program that will be aimed at training healthcare practitioners on diabetes and improving the outcomes of patients with diabetes.


The training module will involve one basic 50-minute presentation which will be conducted by a well-trained diabetes educator and a physician. The presentation will be conducted on Monday, Wednesday and from 0800hrs to 0850hrs for a period of two months. The presentation will be divided into two parts. The first part will concentrate on enlightening the trainees on diabetes, that is, the causes, risk factors, onset, types, signs and symptoms, treatment, and management of this disease. This part will also highlight the complications associated with diabetes. The second part of the presentation will concentrate more on patient education which is an integral component of comprehensive patient care. Several long term care facilities will be contacted as potential recruitment sites. Comprehensive training modules and assessment measures will also be developed to aid in the evaluation of immediate and long term impact of the training project.

Key Personnel

To achieve the educational needs of the clinicians the program will focus on training licensed practical nurses (LPNs), registered nurses (RNs), and physical therapists. The module will conduct a follow-up of learning outcomes in one group (RNs). The training will be designed for a small group of between 20-30 trainees in each session. This will ensure that close interaction is maintained between the participants and the instructors, with time set aside for participant comments and questions.

Supplies Needed

Some of the material that will be required include; PowerPoint presentation, videos, and handouts.

  • PowerPoint Presentation: Will consist of 40 slides. These slides will entail a brief overview of diabetes, and the associated complications such as foot problems, risk of amputation, blurred vision, and kidney problems. It will also offer information on appropriate history taking, keeping of records, conducting physical examination, and appropriate specialist referral.
  • Video: This will demonstrate the proper techniques of carrying out patient examination such as conducting a monofilament examination with the aid of a tuning fork.
  • Handout: Will be issued to the participants for daily patient explaining and for explaining how to conduct physical examination on a patient with diabetes.
  • An official website that will contain all that will have been taught during this period.


For successful completion of this module, funds will be used in paying two diabetes instructors, paying the IT technicians who will compile the PowerPoint presentation, the video, creation of website and typing of the handout. Funds will also be used in buying enough training materials such as tuning forks for the monofilament examination and glucometers. All this will be allocated a total of $ 2,000.

How do these items tie up to project goals?

These items will help in achieving the set goal of 10-15% increase in diabetes practice change two month post training. Such training promotes clinical judgment and advance patient care quality. The clinicians will understand how to acquire, interpret, and incorporate the best available research evidence with clinical observations and patient data which are important aspects in clinical practice (Wong et al., 2015).


Chen, L., Magliano, D. J., & Zimmet, P. Z. (2012). The worldwide epidemiology of type 2 diabetes mellitus—present and future perspectives. Nature Reviews Endocrinology, 8(4), 228-236.

Dabelea, D., Mayer-Davis, E. J., Saydah, S., Imperatore, G., Linder, B., Divers, J., … & Liese, A. D. (2014). Prevalence of type 1 and type 2 diabetes among children and adolescents from 2001 to 2009. Jama, 311(17), 1778-1786.

Wong, C. K. H., Wong, W. C. W., Wan, Y. F., Chan, A. K. C., Chan, F. W. K., & Lam, C. L. K. (2015). Effect of a Structured Diabetes Education Programme in Primary Care on Hospitalizations and Emergency Department visits among people with type 2 diabetes mellitus: results from the Patient Empowerment Programme. Diabetic Medicine.

Wong, C. K., Wong, W. C., Wan, Y. F., Chan, A. K., Chan, F. W., & Lam, C. L. (2015). Patient Empowerment Programme (PEP) and Risk of Microvascular Diseases Among Patients With Type 2 Diabetes in Primary Care: A Population-Based Propensity-Matched Cohort Study. Diabetes care, 38(8), e116-e117.

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