self-management program

self-man·age·ment pro·gram

(self-man'ăj-mĕnt prō'gram)
Educational program in addition to regular treatment and disease-specific education that helps patients cope with their health problems.
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Contract notice: Telemedicine services for the implementation of patient self-management program (psp) hypertension.
IPRO has been offering the six-week Stanford Diabetes Self-Management Program (DSMP) in communities throughout downstate New York for over seven years, with more than 6,000 participants completing the program since 2008.
The last section looks at communities, residential care, and a TBI self-management program.
The exercise interventions were most often conducted under the supervision of a physical therapist, but when the self-management program known as the ASMP was modified to include an exercise component, it too resulted in statistically significant improvements in pain, stiffness, and function.
Programs range from the internationally renowned and standardized Stanford Chronic Disease Self-Management Program (a six-week, group-based course for all chronic conditions), (13) to disease-specific and/or locally responsive programs, for example one engaging Aboriginal elders to assist in leading programs.
Evidence suggesting that a chronic disease self-management program can improve health status while reducing hospitalization: a randomized trial.
Controlled clinical trial of a self-management program for people with mental illness in an adult mental health service--the Optimal Health Program (OHP).
2] They outlined the clear need for a CBT self-management program.
Getting your life back on track after stroke": A phase II multi- centered, single-blind, randomized, controlled trial of the Stroke Self-Management Program vs.
One RCT examined the effectiveness of a Chronic Pain Self-Management Program (CPSMP), based on the theoretical framework of Braden's Self-Help Model, as support to patients with osteoarticular pain with unknown cause.
Williams' group at the University of Michigan, this Internet-based exercise and behavioral self-management program was designed for use in the context of clinical care.
The Arthritis Helpbook: A Tested Self-Management Program for Coping with Arthritis and Fibromyalgia, by Kate Lorig and James F.