A Comparative Study of Community-Based Diabetes Health Education between Canada and China
Rong Shi and
Global Journal of Health Science, 2021, vol. 13, issue 8, 50
The prevalence of diabetes in the world is increasing largely, which has caused a heavy burden on the health service system of all countries. As one of the effective means of diabetes management, community-based diabetes health education has been carried weight for all over the world. Based on the practice in community-based diabetes health education, the authors compare community-based diabetes health education between Canada and China in fields of organization, approaches, personnel certification system, Using of social media, Role of pharmacist, and analyze successful experience in Canada which is worth learning. The final contribution of the paper helps to improve community-based diabetes education systems.
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