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|Title:||Effects of tailored telemonitoring on heart failure patients' knowledge, self-care, self-efficacy and adherence: A randomized controlled trial|
De Weerd, G.
|Citation:||Janssen-Boyne, J.J., Vrijhoef, H.J.M., Spreeuwenberg, M., De Weerd, G., Kragten, J., Gorgels, A.P.M. (2014). Effects of tailored telemonitoring on heart failure patients' knowledge, self-care, self-efficacy and adherence: A randomized controlled trial. European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing 13 (3) : 243-252. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1177/1474515113487464|
|Abstract:||Background: The education of patients with heart failure (HF) is an essential part of disease management. The perspectives of an increasing number of patients and a shortage of professionals force healthcare to explore new strategies in supporting patients to be better informed and more active. Methods: Three hundred and eighty-two patients with HF (age 71±SD 11.2 years) were randomly assigned to either a telemonitoring or a usual care group. Patients received four postal questionnaires to assess their levels of self-reported knowledge, self-care, self-efficacy and adherence. Generalized estimating equations analysis was performed to assess the effects of telemonitoring during the 1-year follow-up. Corrections for baseline were performed if needed. Results: Baseline differences between groups were found for self-care (p=0.001) and self-efficacy (p=0.024). Knowledge of patients in the telemonitoring group significantly improved with 0.9 point on a 15-points scale (p|
|Source Title:||European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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