INSTRUCTIONS Helping patients with chronic conditions overcome barriers to self-care
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Helping patients with chronic conditions overcome barriers to self-care
General Purpose: To provide the nurse practitioner with an overview of the impact of chronic disease and factors influencing self-care for chronic conditions. Learning Objectives: After reading this article and taking this test, the NP will be able to: 1. Discuss the impact of chronic disease on individuals and populations. 2. Identify requirements for and barriers to self-care among patients with chronic diseases.
- For the individual patient, optimal self-care
- reduces reliance on acute care facilities.
- can improve quality of life.
- makes more money available for the growing number of sick elderly.
- places responsibility for care on the patient.
- How often do long-term chronic conditions require attention?
- High comorbidity with chronic conditions is illustrated by the 66% of patients with diabetes who also have
- peripheral vascular disease.
- suffered at least one stroke.
- a history of myocardial infarction.
- One characteristic of leading chronic conditions worldwide is that they
- differ in nature according to social class and education.
- share common risk factors.
- are treated differently in different cultures.
- are caused mainly by environmental pollution.
- Educating patients about specific disease conditions
- will produce the changes needed for self-care.
- is much more difficult when patients cannot read.
- does not achieve sustained behavioral changes required for self-care.
- is a major factor in improved glycemic control by patients with diabetes.
- The Chronic Care Model identifies essential elements of an effective healthcare system for quality chronic care as all of the following except
- a self-motivated patient.
- the healthcare system.
- clinical information systems.
- the community.
- An important element required for self-care is
- education from the healthcare provider.
- the patient's accurate understanding of the disease.
- family support for the chronically ill patient.
- coping with illness and disability.
- Self-management support involves a paradigm shift
- to a patient-caregiver collaborative partnership.
- from caregiver assistance to self-directed behavior.
- from promoting self-care to demonstrating its effectiveness.
- to a narrower support network.
- The first step toward self-care of chronic disease involves
- developing the patient's sense of responsibility for his or her own care.
- teaching the patient about his or her chronic disease.
- identifying the barriers to self-care.
- ensuring adequate financial resources for self-care.
- The most studied psychological challenges affecting self-care for patients with diabetes, COPD, and heart disease is/are
- self-mastery versus emotional stress.
- the sense of abandonment in the absence of family support.
- the will to live despite the ravages caused by chronic disease.
- major depression and emotional stress.
- The most frequently reported barrier to self-care for patients with diabetes is
- adjusting insulin dosages to varying daily glucose levels.
- not understanding of a specific diet plan.
- learning how to inject different types of insulin.
- not knowing how to control glucose levels while traveling.
- Which group is usually more integrated into extended family networks for self-care assistance?
- children under the age of 10
- In the “change talk” mnemonic DARN CAT, D stands for
- denial of the need for change.
- decision to make required changes.
- desire to make a change.
- delay in acknowledging the need for change.
- Reflective listening is defined as
- attentive listening that encourages the patient to talk.
- waiting for an opportunity to offer suggestions for behavioral change.
- explanations of the burdens of chronic disease in the patient's own words.
- capturing and echoing back the patient's own experience in a few words.
- The explanatory model of assessing cultural beliefs emphasizes
- understanding different cultures to understand their experiences.
- using culturally sensitive explanations to ensure changes in the patient's behavior.
- eliciting the patient's cultural beliefs about his chronic disease.
- understanding that people of all cultures are natural self-regulators.
- The sense of self-efficacy in self-care may derive from any of the following except
- verbal persuasion from a significant other.
- a sense of self-actualization.
- mastery experiences.
- vicarious experiences.