Diabetes prevalence

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Part II

Review comments from the Instructor on Milestones 1 and 2 and make changes as needed. Submit a 9- to 10-slide PowerPoint presentation that includes the following information:

  • Population information related to the selected disease or condition, including the following (4-5 slides):
    • Incidence
    • Prevalence
    • High-risk groups
    • Demographics (e.g., gender, race, age, socioeconomic status)
  • Health behavioral theory or model (1 slide)
    • Brief restatement of why you chose the theory or model for your selected chronic disease or condition at a population level.
  • Overview of each stage of prevention (primary, secondary, tertiary) (1 slide each).
    • Summarize the impact each of the stages of prevention has on the selected disease or chronic condition, including the associated costs of one of the three stages: related treatments, health costs, degree of illness, and so forth. (Note: Your proposed program should be geared toward one of the three stages. Picking the stage will help narrow the focus so you can make a case for funding a program.)
    • Explain how you would apply the health behavioral theory/model to the three stages of prevention.

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1 Running head: HEALTH BRIEF MODEL AND DIABETES Series of Milestone Tamillia Cherry Walden University 2 HEALTH BRIEF MODEL AND DIABETES Series of Milestone Diabetes is a health condition that happens when glucose in the blood is exceptionally high. The main source of glucose in our body is what we eat and it is used in the provision of energy for various activities in our body. The hormone known as insulin facilitates the regulation of the glucose level in our body. When the body cells or pancreas fail to produce this hormone, the blood glucose is not regulated, and this may lead to Diabetes (Jiang & Dutta, 2017). In the event that there is excess glucose in the body, a healthy condition known as diabetes mellitus develops. There is the other type of diabetes, which is termed as diabetes insipidus; this condition is caused by low glucose level in the bloodstream. However, diabetes insipidus is less common. As the economic and social effect of diabetes progresses, there is also a direct increase in the variety of ways to augment the quality of healthcare services and reduce expenditure on health care amongst patients. Diabetes has turned out to be a stiff challenge in society, and various nations have stepped into the matter, to reduce its effects and different costs related to it. In fact, diabetes is one of the chronic diseases that have led to the death of many people and in the event that immediate action is not taken, its effects will be substantial in the public. The condition is mostly associated with some of the lifestyles and other predisposing factors like age and obesity ("Management of diabetes at diabetes camps. American Diabetes Association," 1999). The research shows that the more you grow, the more you are likely to be diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. Consequently, those people who have obesity and do not engage in exercises are also expected to be diagnosed by this type of diabetes. The population that is mostly affected by this disease is older people; it primarily impacts the individuals that are aged 30 years and above. Apart from the age category, the other group of 3 HEALTH BRIEF MODEL AND DIABETES people that are targeted in this case is obese individuals who rarely exercise. Many individuals suffering from obesity are much likely to be diagnosed with diagnosed. One of the facts about diabetes is that it can affect any person as long as he or she is leading an unhealthy lifestyle. Therefore, the Health Belief Model could be utilized effectively to help this population manages the infection. There are those individuals who may not be sick, but they may wish to understand the principle of this model to help friends or relatives who have diabetes. Health Belief Model The model chosen to serve as the framework in the management of diabetes is Health Belief Model, which is a behavior change in a health setting and was formulated to predict and explain some behaviors related to health, specifically those connected to the health services uptake. Social psychologist established the model back in the 1950s in the United States (Wdowik, Kendall, Harris, & Auld, 2001). It is the greatest and the best tool which is widely used to manage various diseases, including diabetes. Generally, the model is mostly concerned with the behavior change, whereby patients are required to adopt a self-care behavior, which is very important in the management of chronic diseases like cancer and diabetes. Therefore, the use of this tool will enhance self-care services and improve the management of diabetes. 4 HEALTH BRIEF MODEL AND DIABETES Individual Perceptions Modifying Factors Likelihood of Action Perceived threat of disease Diabetes reduces individual health status Poor regulation of sugars Potential outcome of intervention Reduced need for hospital visits Likely Outcome Potential improvement in engaging in preventive activities 5 HEALTH BRIEF MODEL AND DIABETES References Jiang, J., & Dutta, S. (2017). Types of Diabetes. RCSB Protein Data Bank. doi:10.2210/rcsb_pdb/gh/dm/about/types-of-diabetes Management of diabetes at diabetes camps. American Diabetes Association. (1999). Diabetes Care, 22(1), 167-169. doi:10.2337/diacare.22.1.167 Wdowik, M. J., Kendall, P. A., Harris, M. A., & Auld, G. (2001). Expanded Health Belief Model Predicts Diabetes Self-Management in College Students. Journal of Nutrition Education, 33(1), 17-23. doi:10.1016/s1499-4046(06)60005-5 1 Running head: HEALTH BRIEF MODEL AND DIABETES Series of Milestone Tamillia Cherry Walden University 2 HEALTH BRIEF MODEL AND DIABETES Series of Milestone Diabetes is a health condition that happens when glucose in the blood s is exceptionally high. The main spring of glucose in our body is what we eat, and it is used in the provision of energy for various activities in our body. The regulation of the glucose level in our body is facilitated by the hormone known as insulin. When the body cells or pancreas fail to produce this hormone, the blood glucose is not regulated, and this may lead to Diabetes (Jiang & Dutta, 2017). In the event that there is excess glucose in the body, a healthy condition known as diabetes mellitus develops. There is the other type of diabetes, which is termed as diabetes insipidus ; this condition is caused by low glucose level in the bloodstream. However, diabetes insipidus is less common. As the economic and social effect of diabetes progresses, there is also a direct increase in the variety of ways to augment the quality of healthcare services and reduce expenditure on health care amongst patients. Diabetes has turned out to be a stiff challenge in society, and various nations have stepped into the matter, to reduce its effects and different costs related to it. As a matter of fact, diabetes is one of the chronic diseases that has led to the death of many people and in the event that immediate action is not taken, its effects will be substantial in the general public. The condition is mostly associated with some of the lifestyles and other predisposing factors like age and obesity ("Management of diabetes at diabetes camps. American Diabetes Association," 1999). The research shows that the more you grow, the more you are likely to be diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. Consequently, those people who have obesity and do not engage in exercises are also expected to be diagnosed by this type of diabetes. The population that is mostly affected by this disease is older people; it primarily impacts the individuals that are aged between 30 years and above. Apart from the age category, the other group of people that are targeted in this case is obese individuals who rarely exercise. Many 3 HEALTH BRIEF MODEL AND DIABETES individuals suffering from obesity are much likely to be diagnosed with diagnosed. One of the facts about diabetes is that it can affect any person as long as he or she is leading an unhealthy lifestyle. Therefore, the Health Belief Model could be utilized effectively to help this population manages the infection. There are those individuals who may not be sick, but they may wish to understand the principle of this model to help friends or relatives who have diabetes. The model chosen to serve as the framework in the management of diabetes is Health Belief Model, which is a behavior change in a health setting and was formulated to predict and explain some behaviors related to health, specifically those connected to the health services uptake. Social psychologist established the model back in the 1950s in the United States (Wdowik, Kendall, Harris, & Auld, 2001). It is the greatest and the best tool which is widely used to manage various diseases, including diabetes. Generally, the model is mostly concerned with the behavior change, whereby patients are required to adopt a self-care behavior, which is very important in the management of chronic diseases like cancer and diabetes. Therefore, the use of this tool will enhance self-care services and improve the management of chronic diseases. 4 HEALTH BRIEF MODEL AND DIABETES References Jiang, J., & Dutta, S. (2017). Types of Diabetes. RCSB Protein Data Bank. doi:10.2210/rcsb_pdb/gh/dm/about/types-of-diabetes Management of diabetes at diabetes camps. American Diabetes Association. (1999). Diabetes Care, 22(1), 167-169. doi:10.2337/diacare.22.1.167 Wdowik, M. J., Kendall, P. A., Harris, M. A., & Auld, G. (2001). Expanded Health Belief Model Predicts Diabetes Self-Management in College Students. Journal of Nutrition Education, 33(1), 17-23. doi:10.1016/s1499-4046(06)60005-5 HLTH/MMHA 6530: Disease Prevention and Care Management Week 10 Final Project Persuasive Presentation on a Chronic Disease or Condition at the Population Level For your Final Project, you will develop a persuasive argument that you might present to a decision committee (e.g., senior leadership, financial team) to get support for an intervention aimed at a selected chronic disease or condition at the population level. To this end, you will select a health behavioral theory/model that best applies to this chronic disease or condition to promote effective chronic disease management. Your Final Project will consist of a 2- to 3-page Word document and a PowerPoint presentation of 13–15 slides. Before submitting this Final Project, make sure you have incorporated feedback from all four Milestones you submitted throughout this course. The Milestones serve as drafts of Parts I–III, which you will revise incorporating feedback from your Instructor and colleagues. Part IV is original to the Final Project. Specifically, your Final Project will include the following. Part I: Overview (2- to 3-page Word document) • Submit a document with the following information (2- to 3-page Word document) o Title Page o Overview of your chosen chronic disease or condition at a population level o Description of your chosen population o Explanation of the health behavioral theory/model that serves as a framework for the selected chronic disease or condition at a population level, including graphic representation with key Part II: Population, Theory or Model, and Stages of Prevention (9–10 slides) Submit a 9- to 10-slide PowerPoint presentation that includes the following information: • Population information related to the selected disease or condition, including the following (4–5 slides): o Incidence o Prevalence o High-risk groups o Demographics (e.g., gender, race, age, socioeconomic status) • Health behavioral theory or model (1 slide) o Brief restatement of why you chose the theory or model (updated as necessary based on feedback or new insights) • Overview of each stage of prevention (primary, secondary, tertiary) (Note: Your proposed program will be geared toward one of the three stages. Selecting the stage will help narrow the focus so you can make a case for funding a program.) o Summarize the impact each of the stages of prevention has on the selected disease or chronic condition, including the associated costs of one of the three stages: related treatments, health costs, degree of illness, and so forth (3 slides total; 1 slide for each stage of prevention). o Explain how you would apply the health behavioral theory/model to the three stages of prevention (1 slide). Part III: Risk and Coping (2–3 slides) • Include the following information: o Risk factors for the selected disease or chronic condition o Individual and population behaviors related to the selected disease or chronic condition o A list of at least three strategies individuals might use to cope with the selected disease or chronic condition, including but not limited to the following: ▪ ▪ ▪ ▪ ▪ Prevention: Diagnostic testing, etc. Treatments Stress relief Therapy Alternative treatments Part IV: Intervention to Manage the Chronic Disease or Condition (2 slides) • Based on the theory or model you proposed in Parts I and II, recommend one intervention that might address the chronic disease or condition at a population level and briefly explain why it would succeed. (1 slide) • References (1 slide) By Day 7, submit your Final Project. ...
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Diabetes
Prevalence

Population Information Associated
with Illness
Incidence


The incidence of diabetes targets two groups including children and
adolescents as well as adults.

Kids and Teenagers Incidence


Between 2011 and 2012, yearly approximations by SEARCH revealed that the
yearly number of kids and youths aged below 20 years had type 2 diabetes. The
number of these individuals having the condition was approximately 17,900.



When it comes to diabetes type 2, more than 5,300 children aged between 10
and 19 years were diagnosed during the same period



In the event of kids and youths below20 years, the highest diagnoses rates
prevailed among non-Hispanic whites for type 1 diabetes as opposed to the
other ethnic and racial groups within the U.S. (CDC, 2019)



Regarding the kids and teenagers between 10 and 19 years, the minority
individuals within the U.S. portrayed increased type 2 diabetes cases when
likened to non-Hispanic whites.

Population Information Associated
with Illness
Adults’ Incidence


During 2015, an approximated 1.5 million diabetes incidences
emerged with 6.7 for 1,000 individuals within the U.S. over 18 years
diagnosed with the condition.



Over half of the incidences prevailed among adults between the
ages of 45 and 65 years, while the numbers for women and men
were almost equal



In the event of the individuals of Hispanic origin, the incidence was
around 8.4 for every 1000 people and 9.0 for every 1,000 people
among non-Hispanic blacks. The rates for these two groups was
higher when compared to the one of the non-Hispanic whites,
which was around 5.7 cases for every 1,000 individuals between
2013 and 2015 (CDC, 2019)

Population Information Associated
with Illness
Prevalence


Diabetes mellitus ranks as the major disability and death cause glo...

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