Personalized Care and Treatment Compliance in Chronic Conditions
Teixeira, Fábio (editor)
Godinho, Catarina (editor)
Fernandes, Júlio Belo (editor)
People who have chronic diseases spend a significant amount of time in self-management in out-of-hospital environments, in their homes and in their community settings. These patients have different disease statuses and management requirements, so providing personalized care is key.Personalized care is a collaborative process that should be used in chronic condition management in which patients, caregivers, and healthcare providers identify and discuss problems caused by or related to the patient's condition and then develop plans and goals to empower patients.Personalized care can improve aspects of physical health, mental health, and the ability to self-manage conditions. Thus, a personalized care approach could greatly benefit patients with chronic conditions.In this book, we have included 20 articles that expand the current knowledge on the personalized care approach to diagnosing and treating chronically ill patients.
Keywordsfibromyalgia; physical functioning; obesity; pain catastrophizing; pain acceptance; chronic pain; rehabilitation; clinical psychology; performance-based test; dual-tasking; cognitive function; postural control; older adults; Parkinson disease; personalized medicine; clinical exercise; exercise prescription; boot camp; physiotherapy; compliance; qualitative; empowerment; medication acceptability; intentional nonadherence; decision; self esteem; pharmacology; rheumatology; autoimmune; adolescent; nursing; review literature; sexuality; virtual reality; pain; fatigue; quality of life; meta-analysis; temporomandibular disorders; surface electromyography; aerobic exercise; therapeutic exercise; diabetes mellitus; SGLT-2 inhibitors; antidiabetic agents; cardiovascular outcomes; personalized therapy; sleep; chronic liver disease; informal caregiver; caregiver; bibliometrics; data analysis; needs; intervention; patient-focused care; aged; disease prevention; health promotion; nursing education; nursing students; mental disorders; mental illness; social stigma; students; ageism; stereotyping; prejudice; discrimination; assessment; aging; stroke; ischemia; biomarkers; mortality risk; patient adherence; glaucoma; personalized care; patient compliance; child; child abuse; maltreatment; neglect; risk factors; family; caregivers; child protective services; advanced nursing practice; rehabilitation nursing; transitional care; hospital discharge; continuity of care; hip fracture; older person; returning home; safety; n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, 2022