Corporeal and intersubjective lived experience of diabetic people using a continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) device and their spouse: A qualitative multi-method exploration

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Corporeal and intersubjective lived experience of diabetic people using a continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) device and their spouse: A qualitative multi-method exploration
Titre de la conférence
11th Biennial Conference of the International Society of Critical Health Psychology
Auteur(s)
Miserez Sébastien, Santiago-Delefosse Marie
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Publié
Date de publication
15/07/2019
Langue
anglais
Résumé
Diabetes is a chronic condition which is currently a major public health issue. Its burden, in terms of human and financial costs, as well as in disrupting people’s daily lived experience, is now well established. The recently developed continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) systems are one of the several digital devices that aims to improve patients’ lives. These devices raise high expectations among patients. Our literature review showed that, although many quantitative and biomedical studies highlighted the physiological benefits CGM can bring and/or their accuracy in measuring glycemia, only very few focused, within a qualitative framework, on their influence on patients’ daily experience. The aim of our study is therefore to explore the corporeal (subjective level) and conjugal (intersubjective level) lived experience of type 1 diabetic adult people using a CGM and their spouse. To that end, we conduct semi-structured interviews (Willig, 2013) with a photo-production task (Silver, 2013). In this poster, preliminary results will be discussed, showing the corporeal appropriation of the device among the couple, and the capacity for the CGM-user to rediscover one's bodily sensations through the device.
Mots-clé
diabetes, continuous glucose monitoring, illness experience, qualitative methods
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05/08/2019 12:15
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21/08/2019 5:18
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