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References supporting Digital Badges/GoalsEdit

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  • Sousa, V. D., Hartman, S. W., Miller, E. H., and Carroll, M. A. 2009. New measures of diabetes self-care agency, diabetes self-efficacy, and diabetes self-management for insulin-treated individuals with type 2 diabetes. Journal of Clinical Nursing: V. 18, 1305-1312.
  • Zaldonis, J., Airawashdeh, M., Atman, K. S., Fatigati, A., Dabbs, A. D., Bermudez, C. 2015. Predictors and influence of goal orientation on self-management and health-related quality of life after lung transplantation. Progress in Transplantation, V. 25, N. 3: 230-235, 242.
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