Please check you selected the correct society from the list and entered the user name and password you use to log in to your society website.Both cardiovascular and non-cardiovascular comorbidity are related to health status in well-controlled type 2 diabetes patients: a cross-sectional analysisTable for two: diabetes distress and diet-related interactions of married patients with diabetes and their spousesFamily support, diet, and exercise among older Mexican Americans with type 2 diabetesThe influence of social support on chronic illness self-management: a review and directions for researchCouples coping with chronic illness: what’s gender got to do with itHousework: who did, does or will do it, and how much does it matter?Gender, marriage, and expectations for personal careSystematic review of the experience of older women living and coping with type 2 diabetesSelf-management experiences among men and women with type 2 diabetes mellitus: a qualitative analysis.Effects of gender, age, family support, and treatment on perceived stress and coping of patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus.Sex disparities in treatment of cardiac risk factors in patients with type 2 diabetesDiabetes mellitus as a risk factor for death from stroke. The COPD nurses did not see the completed questionnaires.COPD Assessment Test is a validated test used to assess health status in COPD patients (Jones et al., Inhaler use was assessed by the COPD nurses using a checklist originally developed by Price et al. Others focused on being sensitive to the need to time meals, especially if the partner injects insulin. An information letter about the study was sent to twenty consecutive patients that met the inclusion criteria and the COPD nurses then phoned the patients and asked if they wanted to participate. One person with diabetes said: “I am really active. It is helpful having a sounding board.” 2 A ‘healthy and balanced’ diet that is rich in fibre and low in salt and sugar is recommended. But sometimes there is a possible explanation, or we’ll discover a pattern. Thus, the design of this study is suitable to estimate the rate of errors among primary care patients with COPD. Partners who provide this type of support run the risk of joining the “diabetes police,” a term coined by psychologist William Polonsky, PhD, CDE. But their relationships are very different. She thinks of me. New login is not successful because the max limit of logins for this user account has been reached.Login failed. The significance of inhaler technique & how to improve itInhaler competence in asthma: Common errors, barriers to use and recommended solutionsInhalation errors due to device switch in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and asthma: Critical health and economic issuesOptimizing drug delivery in COPD: The role of inhaler devicesPredictors of incorrect inhalation technique in patients with asthma or COPD: A study using a validated videotaped scoring methodSystematic review of errors in inhaler use: Has patient technique improved over time?Assessment of inhalation techniques in COPD patients using metered‐dose inhaler and rotahaler at a tertiary care hospital in NepalWhich factors affect the choice of the inhaler in chronic obstructive respiratory diseases?Management, morbidity and mortality of COPD during an 11‐year period: An observational retrospective epidemiological register study in Sweden (PATHOS)How many instructions are required to correct inhalation errors in patients with asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease?Advances in audio‐based systems to monitor patient adherence and inhaler drug deliveryCritical inhaler errors in asthma and COPD: A systematic review of impact on health outcomesCharacteristics of patients making serious inhaler errors with a dry powder inhaler and association with asthma‐related events in a primary care settingDry powder inhalers: Which factors determine the frequency of handling errors? By accepting and experiencing these emotions, you can come to terms with the emotional impact of diabetes. The diabetes police are always watching to see if you eat the right things, check your blood glucose at the right times, and have the right blood glucose numbers. Mrs. Smith does the food preparation for the family, and she tries to limit the fat and sugar in their diet, but Mr. Smith gets mad if she says anything about his reaching for a second helping or getting ice cream when they are out. On at least one occasion, I more or less came to my senses to find myself sitting at the kitchen table and my wife sitting on the couch at the other end of the house crying because of something I did.