Wishing for deburdening through a sustainable control after bariatric surgery

  title={Wishing for deburdening through a sustainable control after bariatric surgery},
  author={My Engstr{\"o}m and Anna Forsberg},
  booktitle={International journal of qualitative studies on health and well-being},
The aim of this study was an in-depth investigation of the change process experienced by patients undergoing bariatric surgery. A prospective interview study was performed prior to as well as 1 and 2 years after surgery. Data analyses of the transcribed interviews were performed by means of the Grounded Theory method. A core category was identified: Wishing for deburdening through a sustainable control over eating and weight, comprising three related categories: hoping for deburdening and… CONTINUE READING


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