Care that Fits Blog

Making care fit in the lives of young adults with type 1 diabetes

Marleen Kunneman, Matthijs Graner, and Viet-Thi Tran Even if care seems right from a medical perspective, if care doesn’t fit for each individual, we may ‘deliver care’ without actually ‘caring’. The recently published Making Care Fit Manifesto (1) states that for care to fit, care should be maximally responsive to patients’ unique situation and supportive … Continue reading Making care fit in the lives of young adults with type 1 diabetes

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Heart Health: A Cardiovascular Prevention Choice Tool

Notes on its development Submitted by Sandra Hartasanchez Introduction Cardiovascular disease (CVD) continues to be a leading cause of mortality and disease burden worldwide. There are several approaches to prevent CVD and new ones continue to emerge.[1] The American College of Cardiology/American Heart Association guidelines for primary cardiovascular (CV) prevention recommend shared decision making (SDM) … Continue reading Heart Health: A Cardiovascular Prevention Choice Tool

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