Diabetes care: comparison of patients’ and healthcare professionals’ assessment using the PACIC instrument

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serval:BIB_0D248A6E823A
Type
Mémoire
Sous-type
(Mémoire de) maîtrise (master)
Collection
Publications
Institution
Titre
Diabetes care: comparison of patients’ and healthcare professionals’ assessment using the PACIC instrument
Auteur(s)
GIJS E.
Directeur(s)
PEYTREMANN BRIDEVAUX I.
Détails de l'institution
Université de Lausanne, Faculté de biologie et médecine
Statut éditorial
Acceptée
Date de publication
2016
Langue
anglais
Nombre de pages
30
Résumé
Abstract
(i) Rationale and objective: The Patient Assessment of Chronic Illness Care
(PACIC) is a validated instrument to measure the extent to which care received by
patients is congruent with the Chronic Care Model. We aimed at comparing diabetes
care, as reported by patients with diabetes and by healthcare professionals (HCPs),
using this instrument.
(ii) Methods: Two independent samples, patients with diabetes (n=395) and HCPs
(including primary care physicians, primary care nurses, diabetologists and diabetes
specialized nurses; n=287), responded to the 20-item PACIC and the six 5As model
questions. The PACIC-5A (questions scored on a five-point scale, 1=never to
5=always) was adapted for HCPs (modified-PACIC-5A). In both samples, means and
standard deviations for each question as well as proportions of responses to each
response modality were computed, and an overall score was calculated over the 20-
item PACIC.
(iii) Results: Patients’ and HCPs’ overall scores were 2.6 (SD 0.9) and 3.6 (SD 0.5)
respectively, with HCP reporting higher scores for all questions except one. Patients’
education and self-management, referral/follow-up and participation in community
programs were rated as insufficient by patients and HCPs.
(iv) Conclusion: HCPs, particularly diabetes specialists, tended to report better
PACIC scores than patients, suggesting that care was not reported similarly when
received or provided. To decrease evaluation differences, a closer collaboration
between patients and HCPs, as well as the implementation of community-based
interventions considering patients’ perspectives and including, among others,
patients’ education and self-management, may be necessary.
Mots-clé
evaluation, healthcare, patient centered-care
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06/09/2017 9:53
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20/08/2019 13:34
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