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Empowerment, motivation, and medical adherence (EMMA): the feasibility of a program for patient-centered consultations to support medication adherence and blood glucose control in adults with type 2 diabetes.

Varming AR, Hansen UM, Andrésdóttir G, Husted GR, Willaing I - Patient Prefer Adherence (2015)

Bottom Line: It was difficult to complete the EMMA consultations within the scheduled time.The EMMA program was feasible, usable, and acceptable to patients and HCPs.The use of tools elicited patients' perspectives and facilitated patient participation and shared decision-making.

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Affiliation: Patient Education Research, Steno Diabetes Center, Gentofte, Denmark.

ABSTRACT

Purpose: To explore the feasibility of a research-based program for patient-centered consultations to improve medical adherence and blood glucose control in patients with type 2 diabetes.

Patients and methods: The patient-centered empowerment, motivation, and medical adherence (EMMA) consultation program consisted of three individual consultations and one phone call with a single health care professional (HCP). Nineteen patients with type 2 diabetes completed the feasibility study. Feasibility was assessed by a questionnaire-based interview with patients 2 months after the final consultation and interviews with HCPs. Patient participation was measured by 10-second event coding based on digital recordings and observations of the consultations.

Results: HCPs reported that EMMA supported patient-centered consultations by facilitating dialogue, reflection, and patient activity. Patients reported that they experienced valuable learning during the consultations, felt understood, and listened to and felt a trusting relationship with HCPs. Consultations became more person-specific, which helped patients and HCPs to discover inadequate diabetes self-management through shared decision-making. Compared with routine consultations, HCPs talked less and patients talked more. Seven of ten dialogue tools were used by all patients. It was difficult to complete the EMMA consultations within the scheduled time.

Conclusion: The EMMA program was feasible, usable, and acceptable to patients and HCPs. The use of tools elicited patients' perspectives and facilitated patient participation and shared decision-making.

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Patient assessment of EMMA intended outcomes (N=19).Note: *N=17.Abbreviation: EMMA, empowerment, motivation, and medical adherence.
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Mentions: Almost all participants reported obtaining valuable learning they could use (Figure 3). However, in terms of more concrete achievements, such as getting ideas and suggestions adapted to their specific situation (Figure 2) and feeling more capable in managing diabetes (Figure 3), ten (59%) and 12 (63%) patients agreed.


Empowerment, motivation, and medical adherence (EMMA): the feasibility of a program for patient-centered consultations to support medication adherence and blood glucose control in adults with type 2 diabetes.

Varming AR, Hansen UM, Andrésdóttir G, Husted GR, Willaing I - Patient Prefer Adherence (2015)

Patient assessment of EMMA intended outcomes (N=19).Note: *N=17.Abbreviation: EMMA, empowerment, motivation, and medical adherence.
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f3-ppa-9-1243: Patient assessment of EMMA intended outcomes (N=19).Note: *N=17.Abbreviation: EMMA, empowerment, motivation, and medical adherence.
Mentions: Almost all participants reported obtaining valuable learning they could use (Figure 3). However, in terms of more concrete achievements, such as getting ideas and suggestions adapted to their specific situation (Figure 2) and feeling more capable in managing diabetes (Figure 3), ten (59%) and 12 (63%) patients agreed.

Bottom Line: It was difficult to complete the EMMA consultations within the scheduled time.The EMMA program was feasible, usable, and acceptable to patients and HCPs.The use of tools elicited patients' perspectives and facilitated patient participation and shared decision-making.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Patient Education Research, Steno Diabetes Center, Gentofte, Denmark.

ABSTRACT

Purpose: To explore the feasibility of a research-based program for patient-centered consultations to improve medical adherence and blood glucose control in patients with type 2 diabetes.

Patients and methods: The patient-centered empowerment, motivation, and medical adherence (EMMA) consultation program consisted of three individual consultations and one phone call with a single health care professional (HCP). Nineteen patients with type 2 diabetes completed the feasibility study. Feasibility was assessed by a questionnaire-based interview with patients 2 months after the final consultation and interviews with HCPs. Patient participation was measured by 10-second event coding based on digital recordings and observations of the consultations.

Results: HCPs reported that EMMA supported patient-centered consultations by facilitating dialogue, reflection, and patient activity. Patients reported that they experienced valuable learning during the consultations, felt understood, and listened to and felt a trusting relationship with HCPs. Consultations became more person-specific, which helped patients and HCPs to discover inadequate diabetes self-management through shared decision-making. Compared with routine consultations, HCPs talked less and patients talked more. Seven of ten dialogue tools were used by all patients. It was difficult to complete the EMMA consultations within the scheduled time.

Conclusion: The EMMA program was feasible, usable, and acceptable to patients and HCPs. The use of tools elicited patients' perspectives and facilitated patient participation and shared decision-making.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus