Healthcare professionals’ perceptions and barriers to effective management of type 2 diabetes among African communities in London
Diabetes is a rapidly growing public health issue that affects about 366 million people globally and results to complications and death Type 2 diabetes affects approximately 2.9 million people in the United Kingdom, and an estimated £119 billion is spent annually on treating Type 2 diabetes and its complications
objectives of this paper
To explore healthcare professionals’ perceptions and experiences of care and management of type 2 diabetes among African communities in London.
To identify barriers and issues that prevent HCPs to effectively manage Type 2 diabetes
To identify gaps and inconsistencies in current practice of type 2 diabetes management among healthcare professionals and suggest recommendations to improve practice.
Number of words
This is an editing paper 25000 words