self-management

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self-management

Active participation by a patient in his or her own health care decisions and interventions. With the education and guidance of professional caregivers, the patient promotes his or her own optimal health or recovery.
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Self efficacy and social support in self management of epilepsy.
This is the first time that this programme has been run in Newcastle and places on the Self Management Programme are limited.
However, the success of self management is often patchy and the importance of following the advice is not well understood.
Living a Healthy Life with Chronic Conditions: Self Management of Heart Disease, Arthritis, Diabetes, Asthma, Bronchitis, Emphysema and others, by Kate Lorig; Halsted Holman, MD; David Sobel, MD; and Diana Laurent, MPH.
Nonetheless, we all have to believe that asthma self management education improves outcomes and will ultimately reduce overall costs.
In fact work, and its demands on time and energy, was a significant structural barrier to accessing self management services.
The Diabetes Initiative, supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, is a national initiative comprised of two national diabetes self management programs: Advancing Diabetes Self Management and Building Community Supports for Diabetes Care.
A self management plan in the treatment of adult asthma.
Randomised comparison of guided self management and traditional treatment of asthma over one year.
Self Management First Edition gives instructors flexibility in teaching self management skills & behavior changes.
The secure solution documents comprise the complete architecture and build report documentation for installing and using Alacris idNexus for the Entrust Certificate Authority (CA) and the Alacris Self Management Portal (SMP) for the Government of Canada Public Key Infrastructure (PKI).
Don Lawson, Xilas CEO, continued, "The clinical evidence from this study as well as two additional studies, one published and one soon to be published, provide strong indications that self management tools such as the TempTouch can be effective by assisting people with diabetes to avoid painful and traumatic complications such as foot ulcers and amputations.