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Organizational and personal bariers to diabetic foot care

Discussion in 'Diabetic Foot & Wound Management' started by NewsBot, Jun 2, 2008.

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    Delivery of care to diabetic patients with foot ulcers in daily practice: results of the Eurodiale Study, a prospective cohort study
    L. Prompers, M. Huijberts, J. Apelqvist, E. Jude, A. Piaggesi, K. Bakker, M. Edmonds, P. Holstein, A. Jirkovska, D. Mauricio, G. R. Tennvall, H. Reike, M. Spraul, L. Uccioli, V. Urbancic, K. Van Acker, J. Van Baal, F. Van Merode, N.
    Diabetic Medicine Volume 25 Issue 6 Page 700-707, June 2008
     
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    The Behavior and Psychological Functioning of People at High Risk of Diabetes-Related Foot Complications
    Byron Perrin and Hal Swerissen
    The Diabetes Educator 2008 34: 493-500
     
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    Facility-level variations in patient-reported footcare knowledge sufficiency: implications for diabetes performance measurement.
    Rajan M, Pogach L, Tseng CL, Reiber G, Johnston M.
    Prim Care Diabetes. 2007 Sep;1(3):147-53.
     
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    Patients' perspectives on foot complications in type 2 diabetes: a qualitative study.
    Gale L, Vedhara K, Searle A, Kemple T, Campbell R.
    Br J Gen Pract. 2008 Aug;58(553):1-9.
     
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    Do Patients' Beliefs about Type 2 Diabetes Differ in Accordance with Complications: An Investigation into Diabetic Foot Ulceration and Retinopathy.
    Searle A, Wetherell MA, Campbell R, Dayan C, Weinman J, Vedhara K.
    Int J Behav Med. 2008;15(3):173-9.
     
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    Diabetes foot self-care practices in the German population.
    Schmidt S, Mayer H, Panfil EM.
    J Clin Nurs. 2008 Nov;17(21):2920-2926.
     
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    Foot care education and self management behaviors in diverse veterans with diabetes.
    Olson JM, Hogan MT, Pogach LM, Rajan M, Raugi GJ, Reiber GE.
    Patient Prefer Adherence. 2009 Nov 3;3:45-50.
     
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    Perceived Risk of Amputation, Emotions, and Foot Self-care Among Adults With Type 2 Diabetes.
    Scollan-Koliopoulos M, Walker EA, Bleich D.
    Diabetes Educ. 2010 Feb 24. [Epub ahead of print]
     
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    Depression and Incident Diabetic Foot Ulcers: A Prospective Cohort Study.
    Williams LH, Rutter CM, Katon WJ, Reiber GE, Ciechanowski P, Heckbert SR, Lin EH, Ludman EJ, Oliver MM, Young BA, Von Korff M.
    Am J Med. 2010 Aug;123(8):748-754.e3.
     
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    Factors influencing the awareness of diabetic foot risks.
    Lamchahab FZ, El Kihal N, Khoudri I, Chraibi A, Hassam B, Ait Ourhroui M.
    Ann Phys Rehabil Med. 2011 Aug 2.
     
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    A national approach to diabetes foot risk stratification and foot care.
    Leese GP, Stang D, Pearson DW; on behalf of the Scottish Diabetes Foot Action Group.
    Scott Med J. 2011 Aug;56(3):151-155.
     
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    Barriers to diabetic foot care in a developing country with a high incidence of diabetes related amputations: an exploratory qualitative interview study.
    Guell C, Unwin N
    BMC Health Serv Res. 2015 Sep 14;15(1):377. doi: 10.1186/s12913-015-1043-5.
     
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    Relationship between the education level and dermatological lesions in feet of diabetic patients
    Imaikon Gomes de Lima' Amanda Soares Peixoto, Alana Ferreira de Oliveira, Jos? Nunes Borges, Joelma Lobo Fl?rence da Costa, Miguel Soares Pancieri, Geane Oliveira Silva, Carla Andr?a Avelar Pires and C?zar Augusto Muniz Caldas
    Diabetology & Metabolic Syndrome 2015, 7(Suppl 1):A187 doi:10.1186/1758-5996-7-S1-A187
     
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    Type 2 diabetes-related foot care knowledge and foot self-care practice interventions in the United States: a systematic review of the literature
    Timethia Bonner, DPM, PhD, Margaret Foster, MPH and Erica Spears-Lanoix, MA
    Diabetic Foot & Ankle 2016, 7: 29758
     
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    SOCIODEMOGRAPHIC AND CLINICAL FACTORS OF PATIENTS FROM A DIABETIC FOOT
    OUTPATIENT CLINIC AT A TEACHING HOSPITAL

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    A study of risk factors and foot care behavior among diabetics.
    Nongmaithem M
    J Family Med Prim Care. 2016 Apr-Jun;5(2):399-403.
     
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    Foot care, 'spousal' support and type 2 diabetes: an exploratory qualitative study.
    Reaney M, Chmiel N, Churchill S
    Psychol Health. 2018 Jun 1:1-17.
     
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    Reasons for (non-)adherence to self-care in people with a diabetic foot ulcer.
    van Netten JJ et al
    Wound Repair Regen. 2019 May 20
     
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    Improving clinical outcomes of diabetic foot ulcers by the 3-month self- and family management support programs in Indonesia: A randomized controlled trial study
    Sumarno AdiSubrata et al
    Diabetes & Metabolic Syndrome: Clinical Research & Reviews; 21 May 2020
     
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    Understanding Barriers to Diabetic Foot Care in an Urban Low-Income Hospital: A Focus Group Qualitative Assessment
    MAYA FAYFMAN, MARCOS SCHECHTER, CHIMORA N. AMOBI, REBEKAH N. WILLIAMS, JOANNA L. HILLMAN, RAVI RAJANI, DAVID C. ZIEMER, MUHAMMAD M. ALAM, RUSSELL KEMPKER and GUILLERMO E. UMPIERREZ
    Diabetes 2020 Jun; 69(Supplement 1): -.
     
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    Barriers to Diabetic Foot Care in a Disadvantaged Population: A Qualitative Assessment
    MayaFayfman et al
    Journal of Diabetes and its Complications; 23 July 2020, 107688
     
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    Barriers to diabetic foot care in a disadvantaged population: A qualitative assessment
    MayaFayfman et al
    Journal of Diabetes and its Complications; 23 July 2020, 107688
    QUOTE]Objective
    We explored barriers to proper foot care in this population using a qualitative approach with focus group discussions (FGD).

    Methods
    Participants were recruited from clinics at a safety-net hospital in Atlanta, Georgia and stratified into two groups: diabetic foot ulcer (DFU) and minor amputation (below ankle). The FGDs addressed patient experience in receiving care with a goal of understanding: foot care knowledge, barriers to care, and preferred educational methods. Surveys were performed to supplement FGDs.

    Results
    Forty participants (90% Black) were enrolled. Dominant themes emerging from FGDs were: 1-Patients reported adequate understanding of recommended foot care practices; 2-Personal barriers to self-care included lack of motivation, high cost, poor insurance coverage of supplies, and difficulty limiting activity for proper offloading; 3-Hospital system barriers included difficulty making timely appointments and reaching a provider to arrange care; 4-Access to footcare-related information and services improved with greater disease severity. Participants stressed that improved access often came too late to alter their course. They expressed interest in developing peer support groups to facilitate learning and sharing information relating to DFU.

    Conclusion
    We found that patients with DFU or minor amputations have adequate footcare-related knowledge, but personal and systemic barriers limited appropriate foot care.[/QUOTE]
     
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