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
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 …
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 …
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.
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.
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.
J.M.J. Been-Dahmen; M. J. Walter; Dr. J. Dwarswaard; J.M.W. Hazes; Dr. A.L. van Staa; E. Ista
Today, patients are expected to take an active role in the form of self-management. Given the burden of a rheumatic disorder, the patients cannot be expected to self-manage on their own. In order to develop self-management interventions that fit patients’ needs and preferences, it is essential to examine …
V. Duprez; Dr. S.M. van Hooft (Lid Lectoraat); Dr. J. Dwarswaard; Dr. A.L. van Staa (Lector); A. van Hecke; M.M.H Strating
Facilitating persons with a chronic condition to take an active role
in the management of their condition, implicates that nurses acquire new
competencies. An instrument that can validly and reliably measure nurses’
performance and their perceived capacity to perform self-management support is
J.M.J. Been-Dahmen (Docent); J.W. Grijpma; Dr. J. Dwarswaard; L. Maasdam; W. Weimar; Dr. A.L. van Staa (Lector); E.K. Massey
This study investigated self-management challenges and support needs experienced by kidney transplant recipients.
After kidney transplantation, recipients are expected to take an active role in self-management. However, evidence suggests that nurses experience difficulties operationalizing …
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