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Implementing a research-based innovation to generate intra-familial involvement in type 2 diabetes self-management for use in diverse municipal settings: a qualitative study of barriers and facilitators

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BACKGROUND: Involving family members in disease management is vital to people with type 2 diabetes. New innovations that support family members' involvement can help both the person with type 2 diabetes and the relatives to create the supportive environment they need. The objective of the present study is to examine what facilitates and obstructs implementation of an innovation that supports intra-familial involvement in life with type 2 diabetes.

METHODS: Of the 48 healthcare professionals trained in facilitating the innovation in municipal patient education courses, single, semi-structured interviews were conducted with 13 of them. The interviews were focused specifically on the implementation process. All interviews were transcribed verbatim and analyzed using radical hermeneutics.

RESULTS: The analysis revealed three distinct themes affecting implementation of the innovation. 1) Focusing on creating family involvement in patient education for people with type 2 diabetes was relevant and important to the healthcare professionals. 2) The dynamics of group-based patient education sessions changed when family members were involved, which affects healthcare professionals' group facilitation methods. 3) Implementing new methods in patient education requires great commitment and support from the organization and management.

CONCLUSION: Implementation of an innovation to involve families and close relatives in patient education in Danish municipalities is feasible, but highly dependent on the commitment of healthcare professionals and managers as well as their openness to new ways of facilitating group processes.

OriginalsprogEngelsk
Artikelnummer198
TidsskriftBMC Health Services Research
Vol/bind20
Udgave nummer1
ISSN1472-6963
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StatusUdgivet - 12 mar. 2020

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