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Ressenti des patients diabétiques de type 2 sur la pratique d’activités d’éducation thérapeutique de groupe encadrées par un(e) infirmier(e) ASALEE : étude qualitative, réalisée dans deux maisons de santé du Lot et Garonne (47)

Abstract : Background: ASALEE is a cooperation protocol between general practitioners and nurses, with delegation of tasks, aiming to improve the quality of care in general medicine. It’s based on the therapeutic education of the patient (individually or in groups). Feelings from patients participating in ASALEE therapeutic education group have never been studied. Objectives: collect and analyze the feelings of type 2 diabetic patients (T2D) participating in therapeutic education group activities supervised by an ASALEE nurse. The secondary objective is to identify negative points in order to find ways of improvement. Method: a qualitative study, carrying out in pairs, based on semi-structured individual interviews with T2D patients. They ‘re recruited from the established lists by ASALEE nurses of two health centers. We studied two types of educational group: walking group and culinary workshop. Results: 14 patients were interviewed. T2D patients interviewed describe positive lifestyle changes (eating habits, physical activity). Other benefits are seen in diabetes, pain, weight loss and quality of sleep. The dynamics of social bonding and moral support are appreciated. Supervision by an ASALEE nurse brings support, motivation and empowerment to patients. Areas for improvement were proposed such as: creating different levels of walking groups to allow everyone’s participation; adaptation to individual schedules; facilitate outings’ organizations by developing new means of communication. Some participants mentioned the creation of new group activities. Conclusion: our study shows that therapeutic education group sessions supervised by an ASALEE nurse appear to be beneficial for T2D patients. This is in agreement with scientific data. The originality of our results is in the highlighting of avenues for improvement and optimization within ASALEE’s walking groups. Stronger quantitative studies could be of interest to validate these hypotheses on a larger scale.
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Pauline Cantier, Jessie Prevost. Ressenti des patients diabétiques de type 2 sur la pratique d’activités d’éducation thérapeutique de groupe encadrées par un(e) infirmier(e) ASALEE : étude qualitative, réalisée dans deux maisons de santé du Lot et Garonne (47). Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2021. ⟨dumas-03456774⟩

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