Catherine H.Y. Yu, MD; Julie H.Y. Man, MSc
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Author Information: Dr. Catherine Yu is an endocrinologist with an interest in the role of integrative health informatics tools in patient and clinician education and behavior change. Julie Man is a designer who strives to make complex data more accessible through visual communication, appropriately used media/methods, and an in-depth understanding of the target audience and their needs ().
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Author Contributions: Conception and design: J.H.Y. Man, C.H.Y. Yu.
Drafting of the article: C.H.Y. Yu.
Critical revision for important intellectual content: C.H.Y. Yu.
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Collection and assembly of data: C.H.Y. Yu.
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Annals Graphic Medicine - The Daily Grind: A Day in the Life of Someone Living With Diabetes
Gabriela Spencer Bonilla
November 3, 2015
Great, tangible insight into what it is like to live with and manage diabetes. Considering the burden of treatment is important, especially in chronic disease, where treatment is ongoing and can be a lot of work (physical, emotional, cognitive, etc.). Graphic resonates with goals of Minimally Disruptive Medicine (http://minimallydisruptivemedicine.org/), which seeks to minimize treatment burden while working toward patient goals.
Yu CH, Man JH. Annals Graphic Medicine: The Daily Grind: A Day in the Life of Someone Living With Diabetes. Ann Intern Med. 2015;163:GM1. doi: 10.7326/G15-0002
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 2015;163(9):GM1.
Cardiology, Coronary Risk Factors, Diabetes, Endocrine and Metabolism.
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