Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Counselor Education and Supervision
Theodore P. Remley, Jr.
This study investigated whether providing counselors as care managers to individuals who were having difficulty managing their Type II diabetes improved their self-management, health, and functioning. Counselors used the Motivational Interviewing Model and met weekly over a six month period with patients who had Type II diabetes who had been identified as not functioning well in managing their disease. The success of the intervention was determined by a number of measures including physical symptoms of patients; patients' perceptions of the care they received; and patients' self-efficacy in managing their diabetes. The results of this study suggested that providing counselors as care managers had a positive effect on the functioning of poorly functioning diabetes patients.
Green, Ularisi R..
"The Effectiveness of Counselors as Care Managers in Improving Self-Management and Medical Outcomes in Persons with Poorly Controlled Diabetes"
(2010). Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Dissertation, , Old Dominion University, DOI: 10.25777/pfh7-e631