This presentation will explore the current landscape of diabetes and approaches to self-management. Participants will develop a further understanding of the theoretical framework of habit formation, including review of current evidence and its use for individuals with type-2 diabetes. Results of a mixed methods study will demonstrate the effectiveness of occupation-based habit formation interventions to improve lifestyle and diabetes self-management behaviors as well as phenomenological experiences of participants.
describe the current state of type-2 diabetes and appraise current evidence to support self-management interventions.
explain habit formation theory and analyze its evidence and use for self-management interventions for individuals with type-2 diabetes.
review effectiveness and phenomenological outcomes of habit formation intervention for individuals with type-2 diabetes.
Integrate evidence with existing literature to support clinical practice decisions for individuals with type-2 diabetes