Journal article

The Patient Activation through Community Empowerment/Engagement for Diabetes Management (PACE-D) protocol: a non-randomised controlled trial of personalised care and support planning for persons living with diabetes.

Wee Hian Tan, Victor Weng Keong Loh, Kavita Venkataraman, Shoon Thai Choong, Yii Jen Lew, Meena Sundram, Keith Tsou, Soon Guan Tan, Brent Gibbons, Vikki Entwistle, Doris Young, E Shyong Tai, Tong Wei Yew

BMC Fam Pract | Published : 2020

Abstract

BACKGROUND: Personalised care and support planning (CSP) has been shown to improve diabetes outcomes, patient experience and provider morale in the care of persons living with diabetes. However, this has not been confirmed in controlled studies. Patient Activation through Community Empowerment/Engagement for Diabetes Management (PACE-D) is a pragmatic controlled trial that evaluates the effectiveness of personalised CSP in persons living with diabetes in the public primary care setting in Singapore. METHODS: Teamlet-empanelled patients with diabetes at four polyclinics are recruited for this study. Participants who attend either of the two Intervention clinics are sent their investigation re..

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