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Family Centeredness as Resource and Complication in Outpatient Care with Weak Adherence, Using Adolescent Diabetes Care as a Case in Point 

Family Centeredness as Resource and Complication in Outpatient Care with Weak Adherence, Using Adolescent Diabetes Care as a Case in Point
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Family Centeredness as Resource and Complication in Outpatient Care with Weak Adherence, Using Adolescent Diabetes Care as a Case in Point
Author(s):

Anders Herlitz

and Christian Munthe

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780190624880.003.0011
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date: 29 May 2020

This case study illustrates how family members can assist in the care of teenagers with diabetes but that there are also serious risks actualized by such involvement. In particular, it highlights ethical complications that arise when the role of a family member is changed from ‘parent’ to ‘care provider’. The ‘counseling, self-care, adherence’ (CSA) approach offers a look at the role that family can play to improve these types of care.

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