Chronic disease self-management: a hybrid concept analysis.

  title={Chronic disease self-management: a hybrid concept analysis.},
  author={Wendy R Miller and Sue Lasiter and Rebecca Bartlett Ellis and Janice M. Buelow},
  journal={Nursing outlook},
  volume={63 2},
BACKGROUND Chronic diseases require chronic disease self-management (CDSM). Existing CDSM interventions, while improving outcomes, often do not lead to long-lasting effects. To render existing and new CDSM interventions more effective, an exploration of the concept of CDSM from both the literature and patient perspectives is needed. The purpose of this study was to describe the current conceptualization of CDSM in the literature, identify potential inadequacies in this conceptualization based… CONTINUE READING
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