Effectiveness of A Coping Style- related Instructional program on Self - Care of Patients with Diabetes Mellitus Type II at Endocrinology and Diabetes Center in Al-Basra City

Authors

  • Rajaa Ibrahim Abed
  • Saja’ Kareem Jassim

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37506/ijfmt.v15i3.15681

Keywords:

Coping Style, Self - Care of Patients, Diabetes Mellitus Type II

Abstract

Methodology: A descriptive analytic (quasi – experimental) design. Sample composed of (60) patients
were divided into two groups study and control group, (30) patients in each one.
Results: The study findings Shows that participants’ age group at a level (46-65 years) were (67.7%) of the
study group, and (56.7%) of the control group. (56.7%) of the study group were male, while (53.3%) of
the control groups were female.
The study also confirms that the effectiveness of a Coping style related instructional program on Self - Care
of Patients with Diabetes Mellitus Type II at Endocrinology and Diabetes Center in Al-Basra City, Iraq.
Conclusion : The study concludes that A coping style-related instructional program is effective to enhance
diabetes patients’ self-care activities, knowledge, and coping style among patients with T2DM. This
conclusion is based on the result of our study that reveals significant differences between pre-intervention
and post-intervention.
Recommendations: Improve knowledge and self-care activities of patients with T2DM, by using our
study guidelines.. Encourage the health care provider to improve diabetic patients’ self-care activities and
focusing on all domain aspects of self-care.

Author Biographies

Rajaa Ibrahim Abed

BSN. University of Baghdad, College of Nursing, Adult Nursing Department, Basra City, Iraq

Saja’ Kareem Jassim


Assist. Prof.
University of Baghdad, Nursing College, College of nursing, Fundamental of Nursing Department, Baghdad city,
Iraq

Published

2021-05-17

How to Cite

Rajaa Ibrahim Abed, & Saja’ Kareem Jassim. (2021). Effectiveness of A Coping Style- related Instructional program on Self - Care of Patients with Diabetes Mellitus Type II at Endocrinology and Diabetes Center in Al-Basra City. Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, 15(3), 2498-2507. https://doi.org/10.37506/ijfmt.v15i3.15681