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２ガタ トウニョウビョウ カンジャ ノ ショクジ リョウホウ ニタイスル カゾク シエン ノ ジッタイ ト カダイ
Current situation and challenges of family support provided by nurses for diet therapy in patients with type 2 diabetes
Matsushita, Haruka Major in Health Sciences Faculty of Medicine Tottori University
Moriwaki, Mamiko Major in Health Sciences Faculty of Medicine Tottori University
Yawata, Huuta Major in Health Sciences Faculty of Medicine Tottori University
type 2 diabetes
This study aimed to analyze the current situation of family support provided by nurses for diet therapy in patients with type 2 diabetes and to investigate how family support can be improved. We extracted literature from the online database “Ichushi-Web” with the keywords “type 2 diabetes,” “family,” “self-efficacy,” “diet therapy,” and “self-management” and categorized the results. Forty-two reports on adults were suitable for analysis. Results were grouped into six categories: “changes induced by family support in the patient’s awareness and behavior,” “interactive effect between interaction with others and the patient’s awareness,” “support is delayed when the patient feels emotional distance from family members or an excessive sense of responsibility,”“ changes in the family’s level of interest in the patient’s disease and treatment,” “the patient’s self-management skills increase when a mutual cooperation system of dietary management with family members is in place,” and“ family members learn how to reduce stress and burdens.” Our findings suggest that when nurses provide family support, it is important that they understand the social background of patients and their families. To raise patients’ sense of self-efficacy, nurses should provide comprehensive support, such as providing information to families, establishing relationships with them, and assisting with preparing a suitable environment.
Departmental Bulletin Paper
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The Journal of the Yonago Medical Association
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米子医学雑誌. 2022, 73(1-3), 21-30.
Faculty of Medicine/Graduate School of Medical Sciences/University Hospital