The South Asian community health education and empowerment (SACHE) in diabetes programme

Paramjit S. Gill, Mahendra Patel, Ranjit Dhillon, Rumina Gujral, Alia Gilani, Justin Zaman, Wasim Hanif, Kiran Patel

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The prevalence of diabetes continues to increase dramatically, with an estimated 4 million people living with the condition in the UK. South Asians are 3-6 times more likely to develop type 2 diabetes than the general population. In early 2014, the South Asian Health Foundation extended its South Asian Community Health Education and Empowerment (SACHE) programme to include South Asian people diagnosed with diabetes. The programme had already been delivered successfully in 2012-14 for cardiovascular disease. This article outlines the development and results of this award-winning diabetes education programme.

LanguageEnglish
Pages178-181
Number of pages4
JournalJournal of Diabetes Nursing
Volume20
Issue number5
Publication statusPublished - 2016

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Gill, P. S., Patel, M., Dhillon, R., Gujral, R., Gilani, A., Zaman, J., ... Patel, K. (2016). The South Asian community health education and empowerment (SACHE) in diabetes programme. Journal of Diabetes Nursing, 20(5), 178-181.
Gill, Paramjit S. ; Patel, Mahendra ; Dhillon, Ranjit ; Gujral, Rumina ; Gilani, Alia ; Zaman, Justin ; Hanif, Wasim ; Patel, Kiran. / The South Asian community health education and empowerment (SACHE) in diabetes programme. In: Journal of Diabetes Nursing. 2016 ; Vol. 20, No. 5. pp. 178-181.
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In: Journal of Diabetes Nursing, Vol. 20, No. 5, 2016, p. 178-181.

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Gill PS, Patel M, Dhillon R, Gujral R, Gilani A, Zaman J et al. The South Asian community health education and empowerment (SACHE) in diabetes programme. Journal of Diabetes Nursing. 2016;20(5):178-181.