Variation in perceived competence, glycemic control, and patient satisfaction: relationship to autonomy support from physicians.

@article{Williams2005VariationIP,
  title={Variation in perceived competence, glycemic control, and patient satisfaction: relationship to autonomy support from physicians.},
  author={Geoffrey Colin Williams and Holly Mcgregor and Diane K. King and Candace C. Nelson and Russell E. Glasgow},
  journal={Patient education and counseling},
  year={2005},
  volume={57 1},
  pages={
          39-45
        }
}
There is considerable variation in care provided to patients with diabetes related to metabolic control, preventive services, and degree of patient-centered support. This study evaluates the relation of self-determination theory (SDT) constructs of clinician autonomy support, and patient competence to glycemic control, depressive symptoms, and patient satisfaction from baseline surveys of 634 patients of 31 Colorado primary care physicians participating in a program to improve diabetes care… CONTINUE READING
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