V. van Kruijssen; Dr. A.L. van Staa (Lector); Dr. J. Dwarswaard (Lid Lectoraat); J.C.C.M. in 't Veen; B. Mennema; S.A. Adams
Online self-management diaries are used to support patients' self-management skills and facilitate associated behavioral changes. Although web-based diaries are well-known as a potential self-management tool, reasons that patients use (or do not use) self-management diaries, as well as …
J.M.J. Been-Dahmen (Docent); Dr. J. Dwarswaard; J.M.W. Hazes; Dr. A.L. van Staa (Lector); E. Ista
To unravel outpatient nurses' views on the role of people with chronic conditions in self-management, nurses' own support role and to establish how these views relate to nurse-led self-management interventions.
Providing self-management support is a core task of nurses in outpatient …
Marieke Schuurmans (Lector); J.-W.J. Lammers; J.C.A. Trappenburg; Janneke de Man-van Ginkel; Yvonne Korpershoek (Lid Lectoraat); Irene D. Bos-Touwen
Background: COPD self-management is a complex behavior influenced by many factors. Despite scientific evidence that better disease outcomes can be achieved by enhancing self-management, many COPD patients do not respond to self-management interventions. To move toward more effective self-management interventions, …
Objective: Policymakers increasingly focus their attention on stimulating patients’ self-management. Critical reflection on this trend is often limited. A focus on self-management does not only change nurses’ activities, but also the values underlying the nurse–patient relationship. The latter can result …
Stephanie A. Lenzen; Ramon Daniëls; Marloes A. van Bokhoven; Trudy van der Weijden; Anna Beurskens
Introduction: Self-management is considered a potential answer to the increasing demand for family medicine by people suffering from a chronic condition or multi-morbidity. A key element of self-management is goal setting. Goal setting is often defined as a moment of agreement between a professional …
Leontien van Wely; J.C. Boiten MSc; J. Verhoef; Belinda H.W. Eijckelhof PhD; Dr. S.M. van Hooft (Docent); Dr. A.L. van Staa (Lector); Dr. P.D.D.M. Roelofs (Onderzoeker)
Self-management support programs are reported to have positive effects on the health and care of people with physical disabilities. It is unclear how physiotherapists (PTs) view self-management support. A cross-sectional study with mixed-methods design using Q-methodology was conducted to determine …
Irene D. Bos-Touwen; Jaap C.A. Trappenburg; Ineke van der Wulp; Marieke Schuurmans (Lector); Niek J. de Wit
Background and aim
Self-management support is an integral part of current chronic care guidelines. The success
of self-management interventions varies between individual patients, suggesting a need for
tailored self-management support. Understanding the role of patient factors in the current
Dr. S.M. van Hooft; Dr. J. Dwarswaard; Dr. S. Jedeloo; R. Bal; Dr. A.L. van Staa
Self-management support is a major task of nurses in chronic care. Several conceptualizations on what self-management support encompasses are described in the literature. However, nurses' attitudes and perceptions related to self-management support are not known.
Many countries are giving patients a more active role in health care, on both the individual and collective level. This study focuses on one aspect of the participation agenda on the individual level: self-management. The study explores self-management in practice, including the implications of the difficulties …
Dr. J. Dwarswaard (Docent); MSc E.J.M. Bakker (Docent); Dr. A.L. van Staa (Lector); H.R. Boeije
Receiving adequate support seems to be crucial to the success of self-management. Although diﬀerent empirical studies sepa-rately examined patients’ preferences for self-management support(SMS), an overview is lacking.
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