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Determinants of dietary behaviour in wheelchair users with spinal cord injury or lower limb amputation

perspectives of rehabilitation professionals and wheelchair users

Determinants of dietary behaviour in wheelchair users with spinal cord injury or lower limb amputation

perspectives of rehabilitation professionals and wheelchair users

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Objective This study aims to identify determinants of dietary behaviour in wheelchair users with spinal cord injury or lower limb amputation, from the perspectives of both wheelchair users and rehabilitation professionals. The findings should contribute to the field of health promotion programs for wheelchair users. Methods Five focus groups were held with wheelchair users (n = 25), and two with rehabilitation professionals (n = 11). A thematic approach was used for data analysis in which the determinants were categorized using an integrated International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health and Attitude, Social influence and self-Efficacy model. Results Reported personal factors influencing dietary behaviour in wheelchair users were knowledge, boredom, fatigue, stage of life, habits, appetite, self-control, multiple lifestyle problems, intrinsic motivation, goal setting, monitoring, risk perception, positive experiences, suffering, action planning, health condition, function impairments, attitude and self-efficacy. Reported environmental factors influencing dietary behaviour in wheelchair users were unadjusted kitchens, monitoring difficulties, eating out, costs, unfavourable food supply, nutrition education/counselling, access to simple healthy recipes, eating together, cooking for others, and awareness and support of family and friends. Conclusions Important modifiable determinants of dietary behaviour in wheelchair users that might be influenced in lifestyle interventions are knowledge, fatigue, habits, self-control, intrinsic motivation, risk perception, attitude and self-efficacy. It is recommended to involve relatives, since they appear to significantly influence dietary behaviour.

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OrganisatieHogeschool van Amsterdam
LectoraatLectoraat Voeding en Beweging
Gepubliceerd inPLoS ONE Public Library of Science, Vol. 15, Uitgave: 1
Datum2020-01-31
TypeArtikel
ISSN1932-6203
DOI10.1371/journal.pone.0228465
TaalEngels

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