Best Practice Report – Building a healthy society and workforce

July 3, 2018 by ahmed

Diabetes, also know as diabetes mellitus, is a non-communicable disease, which means it is not infectious and cannot be passed on to another person. Diabetes is a group of metabolic disorders in which there are high blood sugar levels over a prolonged period. Symptoms include frequent urination, increased thirst, and increased hunger. If left untreated, diabetes can cause many complications, including hypoglycaemia, heart disease, strokes, blindness and loss of limbs. Periodic assessment, timely interventions and regular monitoring for these complications are vital.

This report outlines the best practices research undertaken by BPIR.com in the area of preventive management strategies and wellness initiatives to control diabetes. The best practices have been compiled under seven main headings. This new layout is designed to enable you to scan subjects that are of interest to you and your organisation, quickly assess their importance, and download relevant information for further study or to share with your colleagues.
 
 

In This Report:

  1. How serious is the diabetes problem and what are the preventive management and wellness strategies for its control?
  2. Which organisations have received recognition for excellence in preventive management and wellness strategies to control diabetes?
  3. How have organisations reached high levels of success in preventive management and wellness strategies to control diabetes?
  4. What research has been undertaken into preventive management and wellness strategies to control diabetes?
  5. What tools and methods are used to achieve high levels of success in preventive management and wellness strategies to control diabetes?
  6. How are preventive management and wellness strategies to control diabetes measured?
  7. What do business leaders say about preventive management and wellness strategies to control diabetes?

Access the report from here. At the bottom of the page is a PDF version of the report for easy reading. If you are a non-member, you will find some of the links in this report do not work. To join BPIR.com and support our research simply click here or to find out more about membership, email membership@bpir.com. BPIR.com publishes a new best practice every month with over 80 available to members.

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