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Older patients’ motives of whether or not to perform self-management during a hospital stay and influencing factors

Older patients’ motives of whether or not to perform self-management during a hospital stay and influencing factors

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Semi-structured in-depth interviews (n = 12) were held to explore older patients’ motives of whether or not to perform self-management while hospitalized and to identify factors influencing self-management during hospitalization. These interviews were analyzed using the Quacol method. Self-management during hospitalization is operationalized as: collaboration with the nursing staff, having a proactive role, and having control over personal care. Three main themes, i.e., patients’ abilities, expectations and opinions, as well as their perceived behavior of nurses were identified along with eight influencing factors. Results indicate that older inpatients perform selfmanagement when they know that it impacts their recovery, when they perceive that a mistake is impending, when their own personal limits are exceeded, or when they are invited to self-manage by nurses. This study provides several suggestions for developing interventions to support patients’ self-management during hospitalization.

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OrganisatieHanzehogeschool Groningen
Gepubliceerd inGeriatric Nursing Elsevier, Vol. 40, Uitgave: 2, Pagina's: 205-211
Jaar2019
TypeArtikel
ISSN0197-4572
TaalEngels

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