Chronic condition presentation type 2 diabetes, Science

You can present this assignment using the format of your choice, e.g. Poster, webpage, booklet, animation, short film etc.
Select a chronic condition (Type 2 Diabetes) and develop some form of educational material for a person who is likely to have this condition or their family.

  1. Briefly define and describe the chronic condition.
  2. Discuss common experiences of those living with the condition.
  3. Identify appropriate self management activities the person with the condition would benefit
  4. from and community services in Australia which may be useful for them to engage with.

 

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