Diabetes self-management: Multiple technologies of self
Self-management is now positioned as essential to the optimal management of many chronic diseases. Health promoters and service providers often acknowledge that some forms of self-management are difficult and demanding, and that health education must be appropriately tailored in order to enhance "compliance". These discourses may recognise that part of a person's response to diagnosis arises from the individual's personality and their social circumstances. However, less attention is paid to the...[Show more]
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