When patients feel that they cannot discuss difficult issues or be open about diabetes management,results in low motivation, reduced will power and high glucose level. Imagine what Diabetes Institute of Pakistan (DIP) could be like if it fosters an environment of open dialogue and mutual respect. How such an atmosphere would affect patient satisfaction, diabetes management and results our team of diabetologists are trying to deliver? Fortunately there is a way to promote an environment, where patients speak to diabetologists and vice versa openly and respectfully, even when stakes are high, opinions vary, and emotions run strong. 

Through Crucial Conversations, Diabetic Institute of Pakistan (DIP) teaches important skills to patients, diabetologists, families and the loved ones that suffer from the outcome of poor disease management, high HBA1C result, declining patient or diabetologist satisfaction or stressed relationship between a diabetologist and patient. We at Diabetic Institute of Pakistan (DIP) achieve immediate measurable and sustainable results by creating conditions in our hospital where patients as well as diabetologists speak with complete candor and openness no matter what the topic. Putting Crucial Conversations  skills to life and the patient will drive rapid and sustainable change. Get initials back on track. Turn poor diabetes management into well done management of the disease. 

Diabetes Institute of Pakistan (DIP) teaches patients how to resolve disagreements between diabetologist and themselves and overcome resistance, speak convincingly not abusively about high stakes, emotional or controversial topics, foster teamwork between them and their diabetologist and better decision making and build social network that work and acts according to their needs. 

But what if there are diabetic patients who consistently bring Poor HBA1C report, break defined rules or simply behave abruptly when it comes to diet or exercise? There is a lack of accountability or cultures of indifference encourage this behavior and make patients and diabetologists both afraid to speak up. Have you tried resolving these issues only to discover that nothing changes or problem becomes worse? You are not alone; countless diabetics do not know how to effectively handle accountability issues that inhibit results like poor diet intake, irregular walk or exercise, low will power and motivation and low patient attendance at diabetic hospitals. Fortunately there is a proven way to discuss diabetes related issues and increased accountability in a candid respectful manner, so patients and diabetologists can be more successful.

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