Management of Diabetes Across the Life Spectrum

Use of Ecological Momentary Assessment to Measure Self-Monitoring of Blood Glucose Adherence in Youth With Type 1 Diabetes

The group of people we call “older adults” is a heterogeneous population with a wide range of clinical and psychosocial backgrounds. In any clinic, it is not uncommon to see an 80-year-old individual with diabetes who is highly functional, with few medical problems, engaging cognitively and functionally with the society. On the other hand, another 80-year-old person can be “frail,” struggling with many medical conditions, and in need of a great deal of support. We also know that the living situation of people in this age-group matters when we consider how to …

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