Gaining Freedom: Self-Responsibility in Adolescents with Diabetes

Christian, Becky J.; D'Auria, Jennifer P.; Fox, Leslie C.
May 1999
Pediatric Nursing;May/Jun99, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p255
Academic Journal
Discusses a study which explored the meaning of the chronic illness experience for adolescents with diabetes in relation to taking on responsibility for their own care. Integration of diabetes regimen into their lives; Social network and support for adolescents with diabetes; Attitude towards diabetes management.


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