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Living with Type 2 diabetes requires that patients develop a range of competencies that allow them to take greater control over the treatment of their disease. This requires education that promotes health whilst respecting individuals' self-perceived needs and voluntary choices. Whilst such a concept is not new in the field of diabetes, health professionals are still struggling with how to administer it successfully. This paper presents the findings of a research trial of a theoreticallydoi:10.1093/her/18.2.191 pmid:12729178 fatcat:ah6644tm55eorbaak6xjmzp2ce