Introduction: A chronic condition like diabetes interferes with an individual's well-being, and if some of their needs are not met because of the disease, their quality of life is reduced. In this context, therapeutic education constitutes a basic element in the management of diabetes. Materials and Methods: A cross-sectional study by self-administered questionnaire and interviews which were carried out with all type 1 and type 2 diabetics, consultants at the level of the Tit Mélil Primary Health Care establishment, in 2019 and who benefited from or not therapeutic education, with or without complications. Result: The study included 50 diabetic patients, surveys show us that type 1 diabetic patients were 13 (26%). And type 2.37 (74%). Regarding the organization of care, 74% of patients say they are under treatment with oral antidiabetics, 10% oral antidiabetics and insulins, 6% insulin therapy, and others under diet. Speaking of Food, 76.5% of diabetics know the importance and know what foods to avoid. Conclusion: TVE is possible, it will result in a change in the structure of programs and new educational training for caregivers.
"Perception of Therapeutic Education in Diabetic Patients at Tit Melil Health Center,"
Health Sciences: Vol. 1:
1, Article 8.
Available at: https://doi.org/10.15342/hs.1.161
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