Self Management for the Improvement of Living Healthy Patients Behavior Diabetes Mellitus

., Hartanti and Pudjibudojo, Jatie K. (2015) Self Management for the Improvement of Living Healthy Patients Behavior Diabetes Mellitus. In: ICP-HESOS 2015 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON PSYCHOLOGY I IN HEALTH, EDUCATIONAL, SOCIAL, AND ORGANIZATIONAL SETTINGS, November 5-7,2015, Zhejiang University Hangzhou, China.

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Abstract Provision of information about diabetes mellitus was not enough to improve healthy behavior. Self-management skills training such as controlling the cognitive, emotions, and behavior of healthy living is expected to help improve the health behavior of people with diabetes mellitus. Cognitive dimensions of healthy behavior is measured through the Problem Areas in Diabetes I Questionnaire (PAID) to determine the issues that bothers diabetes area. Emotional dimensions were measured with a questionnaire Cohen Perceived Stress, while the dimensions of behavior revealed by the Diabetes Self Management Questionnaire (DSMQ) to determine the behavior of blood sugar control, diet, physical activity, and medical treatment. Data collection was performed in the total population in Optima Clinical Surabaya and obtained 27 patients. Self-management interventions using three kinds of techniques that cognitive management through reality and visualization counseling, emotional management with grateful therapy. Management behavior through visual imagery. Intervention method uses the principle of brief solution therapy for 3 weeks, consisting of one week for each type of intervention (cognitive, emotional, and health behavior). The results showed that self-management is more effective to improve aspects of the cognitive and emotions, but can not change the behavior of a healthy life. This indicated a significant decrease from the PAID score (t = 2.170, and p <0.05) and Cohen Perceived Stress (t = 7.867 and p <0.01) in. Healthy behavior did not change with p> 0.05 in glucose management, control diet, physical activity, and medical treatment. The results showed that in order to be able to change health behavior still takes time although cognitive and emotional dimension has improved.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords: self-management, health behavior, people with diabetes mellitus
Subjects: B Philosophy. Psychology. Religion > BF Psychology
Divisions: Faculty of Psychology > Department of Psychology
Depositing User: Ester Sri W. 196039
Date Deposited: 14 Aug 2018 04:39
Last Modified: 14 Aug 2018 04:40

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