08 SES 04 A, Health Education and Empowerment
Spain has the specific protocol DM1, which is established from the National Diabetes
Strategy from the Sanitary System. Extremadura Region develops the Protocol for
attention the child / adolescent with diabetes at school (2010). The education and health
measures are taken to ensure the quality of life, social integration and personal
development of students with diabetes at school. These measures include the necessary
coordination of care settings (health, family and education), and lifelong learning for the
educational community to support the daily routines of their diabetes care, and resolve
emergency situations. Previous studies have shown difficulties in coordination between
contexts in the day and need more support for self-management of diabetes at school.
The development of information technology can be a step to promote systemic
coordination of care. The resources of e-health programs carried out in clinical settings
(videoconferencing, mobile applications, text messaging, and online gaming)
demonstrate that certain technological tools may be useful for coordinating the actions
of care. However, there is insufficient evidence in the educational context. In our study
we consider the following research questions: Can the tools synchronous
communication such as videoconferencing contribute to the coordination of care
settings, inclusión, continuous training of the educational community, and the solution
problems related to the management of therapy at school setting? Can they prevent
health emergencies in the educational context?
As part of a macro e-learning project on diabetes education in childhood and
adolescence (PRI09A156) is designed and implemented various educational activities to
promote the coordination of diabetes care, some of them through videoconference. In
this instance an educational activity network communication is explained. The school,
pediatric and family setting are involved. The intervention is focused on solving the
problems and needs expressed by teachers regarding the care of a student with diabetes
during extracurricular activities.
In this instance an educational activity takes place through network communication. The
intervention is focused on solving the problems and needs expressed by teachers
regarding the care of a student with diabetes during extracurricular activities.
Objective: To promote the inclusion of all children with diabetes in school
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