This paper explores the efficacy of adult education in improving outcomes for patients with diabetes and related emergencies. The research suggests such education programs could be an effective strategy for improving the general health and quality of life of patients, and could lower future medical costs. The findings will be of interest to those involved in public education in the health care field.
|Keywords:||Public Education, Health Education, Diabetes Education|
Student, Honours Health Sciences, Brock University, St. Catherines, Ontario, Canada