Rôle de l’ergothérapeute en éducation thérapeutique du patient atteint de polyarthrite rhumatoïde

Abstract : Context : Therapeutic Patient Education (TPE)programs for people affected with Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) aim to make the person autonomous in the management of their illness to live better with it. This change in of behaviors and habits in the long term will be influenced by the person’s self-efficacy. This study sought to determine how the occupational therapist can support the improvement of self-efficacy for people suffering from RA through TPE. Method : A qualitative clinical method was used. An interview grid was built from a theoretical matrix based on the Disability Creation Process, the cognitive movement and the concept of Self-Efficacy. Three interviews were conducted with state-certified occupational therapists leading TPE programs intended for people affected with RA. Results : This study showed that during TPE sessions the occupational therapist used a variety of teaching techniques which can influence the participants’ self-efficacy. Conclusion : Techniques used by occupational therapist to lead TPE sessions tend to influence the positive evolution of self-efficacy for people suffering from RA.
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Marion Sudre. Rôle de l’ergothérapeute en éducation thérapeutique du patient atteint de polyarthrite rhumatoïde. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2018. ⟨dumas-02025095⟩

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