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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Examination of effective group self-management strategies that allow patients to gain confidence and meet their personal care goals is essential for improved health and reduction in healthcare use (Lorig et al., 2016).
A meta-analysis of health status, health behaviors, and healthcare utilization outcomes of the Chronic Disease Self-Management Program.
Caption: Photo by Monkeybusinessimages, courtesy iStockphoto Sharing diabetes self-management information with food bank users can help people with the disease improve their health.
"We are thrilled our work with Healthy Interactions will provide diabetes patients and educators a digital platform for dialogue and personalized self-management tools," added Lisa French, associate vice president of strategy and commercial model innovation at Merck.
Department of Health, 2011), highlight the significance of health promotion and self-management support.
Also, in the schedule was the art of listening to an effective and distinguished administrative employee, ten qualities of the most effective administrative officer, time management by self-management and work pressure management.
This article introduces two important factors affecting the ability of young adults with chronic conditions or disabilities take care of their own health needs--referred to as health self-management. Health self-management is critical in the transition process for young people to achieve optimal levels of independence.
Patient self-management is a key part of medication management.
The search terms used were Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, self-management, hospitalizations, hospital readmissions, and randomized controlled trials.
It allows students to develop intellectual independence, collaboration, self-regulation and self-management.4,5
The initiative, where public health centres will adopt self-management strategies to allow them greater administrative control, aims to promote healthy competitiveness between medical establishments.
(7) Moreover, since patients themselves are primarily responsible for managing their disease (8), supporting patients self-management is key in effective diabetic care.