The objective of this survey is to understand how nurses specialized in diabetes Care manage patients with diabetes and hypercholesterolemia.

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* 1. You are a nurse from:

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* 2. Do you consider cardiovascular risk education as an important aspect of disease management of people living with diabetes?

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* 3. In your experience, do you perceive people living with diabetes as more likely to self-manage their hypercholesterolemia than non-diabetic patients?

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* 4. When hypercholesterolemia co-exists with diabetes, do you intensify the care and disease management  interventions  and reinforce monitoring (higher frequency of visits)?

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* 5. According to your experience, what is the best moment to empower people living with diabetes on their cardiovascular risk management?

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Right after a CV event?
In the first year?

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* 6. How do you think we could motivate patients after a CV event to improve their lifestyle and adhere to their therapy?

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* 7. What kind of interventions are the most effective to impact patient behavior change (healthy living improvements and treatment adherence)?  You can select more than one answer.

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* 8. How often do you recommend flu vaccination to people living with diabetes?

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* 9. When additional cardiovascular risk factors appear, do you intensify flu vaccinations recommendation to your patients living with diabetes?

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* 10. Regarding education resources to educate diabetes patients on the risk posed by influenza, do you see gaps?

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* 11. What tools or interventions are needed?  Please describe.

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* 12. Do you have additional suggestions to make ?

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