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Chronic condition self-management support within a respiratory nursing service
By recognising the importance of the different phases of change involving diagnostic, planning, implementation, ongoing monitoring and review, but also the supporting tools for data collection, the readiness of staff for ...
Das Selbstmanagement-Modell der Flinders University
(Forum Managed Care, Switzerland, 2007)
Ein australisches Modell zur Unterstützung von Selbstmanagement bei chronisch erkrankten Patienten verhilft Ärzten zu einer neuen Rolle. Arzt und Patient begründen eine Partnerschaft, wobei der Patient Entscheidungen trifft ...
Capabilities for supporting prevention and chronic condition self-management: a resource for educators of primary health care professionals
(Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing, 2009)
The Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing, through the Australian Better Health Initiative (ABHI), determined that education and training of the existing and future health workforce was a key element in ...
Does self-management for return to work increase the effectiveness of vocational rehabilitation for chronic compensated musculoskeletal disorders? Protocol for a randomised controlled trial
(BioMed Central Ltd., 2010)
Musculoskeletal disorders are common and costly disorders to workers compensation and motor accident insurance systems and are a leading contributor to the burden of ill-health. In Australia, vocational rehabilitation is ...
Self-management in chronic psychiatric and medical conditions and co-morbidities: what are the barriers?
(Hong Kong Academy of Medicine, 2010)
Supporting self-management is now a vital element of care in chronic psychiatric and medical conditions. The Flinders Program of Chronic Condition Management, developed in the Department of Psychiatry at Flinders University, ...
A randomised trial of the Flinders Program to improve patient self-management competencies in a range of chronic conditions: study rationale and protocol
(Australasian Medical Journal, 2010)
Supporting self management is seen as an important health service strategy in dealing with the large and increasing health burden of chronic conditions. Several types of self-management programs are available. Evidence to ...