Title
Diabetes Attitudes Wishes and Needs 2 (DAWN2) : a multinational, multi-stakeholder study of psychosocial issues in diabetes and person-centred diabetes care Diabetes Attitudes Wishes and Needs 2 (DAWN2) : a multinational, multi-stakeholder study of psychosocial issues in diabetes and person-centred diabetes care
Author
Faculty/Department
Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences
Publication type
article
Publication
Amsterdam ,
Subject
Human medicine
Source (journal)
Diabetes research and clinical practice. - Amsterdam
Volume/pages
99(2013) :2 , p. 174-184
ISSN
0168-8227
ISI
000317122400019
Carrier
E
Target language
English (eng)
Full text (Publishers DOI)
Affiliation
University of Antwerp
Abstract
Aims The Diabetes Attitudes Wishes and Needs 2 (DAWN2) study aims to provide a holistic assessment of diabetes care and management among people with diabetes (PWD), family members (FM), and healthcare professionals (HCPs) and explores potential drivers leading to active management. Methods DAWN2 survey over 16,000 individuals (∼9000 PWD, ∼2000 FM of PWD, and ∼5000 HCPs) in 17 countries across 4 continents. Respondents complete a group-specific questionnaire; items are designed to allow cross-group comparisons on common topics. The questionnaires comprise elements from the original DAWN study (2001), as well as psychometrically validated instruments and novel questions developed for this study to assess self-management, attitudes/beliefs, disease impact/burden, psychosocial distress, health-related quality of life, healthcare provision/receipt, social support and priorities for improvement in the future. The questionnaires are completed predominantly online or by telephone interview, supplemented by face-to-face interviews in countries with low internet access. In each country, recruitment ensures representation of the diabetes population in terms of geographical distribution, age, gender, education and disease status. Discussion DAWN2 aims to build on the original DAWN study to identify new avenues for improving diabetes care. This paper describes the study rationale, goals and methodology.
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