Correlates of treatment satisfaction and well‐being among patients with type II diabetes

  • B. Abu Sheikh, D.H. Arabiat, S.L. Holmes, Y. Khader, D. Hiyasat, D. Collyer, S. Abu‐Shiekh
  • International Nursing Review, February 2017, Wiley
  • DOI: 10.1111/inr.12358

What is it about?

The prevalence of diabetes is high in the Middle East . An understanding of relationships between clinical and socio-demographic variables and well-being and treatment satisfaction is needed to improve care and patient outcomes.

Why is it important?

Thus the findings are important in assisting nurses and other healthcare professionals in identifying patients with diabetes with low treatment satisfaction who may present a greater risk for poor well-being. Additionally, they lend support to developing policies for frequent screenings and special therapeutic interventions that are needed to maximize patients’ treatment satisfaction and well-being in the Middle East as well as globally.

Perspectives

Correlates of Treatment Satisfaction and Wellbeing among Patients with Type II Diabetes Buthina Khader Abu-sheikh
Jordan University for Women

The prevalence of diabetes is high in the Middle East . An understanding of relationships between clinical and socio-demographic variables and well-being and treatment satisfaction is needed to improve care and patient outcomes. Thus the findings are important in assisting nurses and other healthcare professionals in identifying patients with diabetes with low treatment satisfaction who may present a greater risk for poor well-being. Additionally, they lend support to developing policies for frequent screenings and special therapeutic interventions that are needed to maximize patients’ treatment satisfaction and well-being in the Middle East as well as globally.

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The following have contributed to this page: Professor Yousef Khader, Correlates of Treatment Satisfaction and Wellbeing among Patients with Type II Diabetes Buthina Khader Abu-sheikh, and Dr. Sandra L Holmes