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Process of Change, Decisional Balance and Self-Efficacy Corresponding to the Stage of Exercise Behavior in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus

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제 2형 당뇨 환자의 운동행위 변화단계에 따른 변화과정, 의사결정균형 및 자기 효능감에 관한 연구
김, 춘자
Sŏngin Kanho Hakhoe chi, 14(1):83-92, 2002
Journal Title
Sŏngin Kanho Hakhoe chi; Journal of Korean Adult Nursing Academic Society; Journal of Korean Academic Society of Adult Nursing; 성인간호학회지
Purpose= This study was performed to identify the process of change, decisional balance and self-efficacy corresponding to the stage of exercise behavior using Transtheoretical Model in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus. Method: The study method was a survey in 100 type 2 DM patients at out-patients clinic of Y medical center from March 19, 2000 to October 30, 2000. Result: The results were as follows: The subjects were divided into five stages of exercise behavior : 15.0% in pre-contemplation stage. 33.0% in contemplation stage. 17.0% in preparation stage, 16.0% in action stage and 19.0% in maintenance stage. The subjects in pre-contemplation stage used all processes of change in the least. "Dramatic relief(DR)", "Environmental reevaluation (ER)" and "Self reevaluation (SR)" were identified as main processes of change in contemplation stage. "Consciousness raising(CR)". "DR" were used higher than average in preparation stage. "Helping relationships (HR)" "CR" "ER"". "SRC, "Social liberation(SL)". "Counter conditioning (CC)". "Reinforcement management(RM)", "Self liberation(SEL)" and "Stimulus control(SC)" were used higher than average .in action stage. The subjects in maintenance stage used all process of change the highest except "DRand "HR" "Cons" score of decisional balance was the highest in pre-contemplation stage. "Pros, score was the highest in action stage and "Self-efficacy" score was the highest in maintenance stage. Conclusion: This study can provide the basis of staged matching exercise program using TTM for more effective and useful intervention.
Stage of Exercise BehaviorProcess of ChangeDecisional BalanceSelf-EfficacyType 2 Diabetes Mellitus Patients
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