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Hypotyreos: Lyssna på mig! En intervjustudie med sex personer som har kvarvarande symtom

Milovanovic, Milan LU (2018) PSPR14 20172
Department of Psychology
Abstract (Swedish)
Syftet med denna kvalitativa studie var att få en fördjupad förståelse av hur det är att ha hypotyreos. Datainsamlingen gjordes genom semistrukturerade intervjuer och för tolkningen användes tematisk analys. Sex deltagare intervjuades med lindriga till mycket svåra symtom. Studiens resultat har funnit områden där vårdens bemötande brister gentemot sköldkörtelsjuka med kvarstående symtom. Råd baserade på resultaten är att patienten får möjlighet till att göra små förändringar på egen hand i sin medicinering. Enkla frågor som ”Hur mår du” kan förbättra upplevelsen av vården. Patienterna önskar ökad utbildning kring sjukdomen vilket kan förbättra upplevelsen av vård. Råd från vårdgivare om ökad fysisk aktivitet för att minska kroppsvikt kan... (More)
Syftet med denna kvalitativa studie var att få en fördjupad förståelse av hur det är att ha hypotyreos. Datainsamlingen gjordes genom semistrukturerade intervjuer och för tolkningen användes tematisk analys. Sex deltagare intervjuades med lindriga till mycket svåra symtom. Studiens resultat har funnit områden där vårdens bemötande brister gentemot sköldkörtelsjuka med kvarstående symtom. Råd baserade på resultaten är att patienten får möjlighet till att göra små förändringar på egen hand i sin medicinering. Enkla frågor som ”Hur mår du” kan förbättra upplevelsen av vården. Patienterna önskar ökad utbildning kring sjukdomen vilket kan förbättra upplevelsen av vård. Råd från vårdgivare om ökad fysisk aktivitet för att minska kroppsvikt kan försämra upplevelsen av vården som ges. Ett holistiskt grepp om den sjukes tillstånd kan förbättra upplevelsen av den vård som ges. Den patient som inte upplever sig som deprimerad ska inte behandlas som en deprimerad patient. Psykoedukation kring ångest, stress, autoimmunitet och terapi kan förbättra upplevelsen av vård. (Less)
Abstract
The goal of this study was to reach a deeper understandig of what it is like to have hypothyroidism. Data was collected through semi-structured interviews and interpreted using thematic analysis. Six participants with minor and severe symtoms were interviewed . The study found areas in which professional health care, recieved by patients with hypothyroidism who are experiencing residual symtoms, was lacking. Results of this study are as follows: Patients experience of care might improve if they are permitted to make minor dose changes depending on symtom severity. Asking the patient simple questions like How do you feel? could improve the experience of care. Some patients require an increased amount of education regarding their disease,... (More)
The goal of this study was to reach a deeper understandig of what it is like to have hypothyroidism. Data was collected through semi-structured interviews and interpreted using thematic analysis. Six participants with minor and severe symtoms were interviewed . The study found areas in which professional health care, recieved by patients with hypothyroidism who are experiencing residual symtoms, was lacking. Results of this study are as follows: Patients experience of care might improve if they are permitted to make minor dose changes depending on symtom severity. Asking the patient simple questions like How do you feel? could improve the experience of care. Some patients require an increased amount of education regarding their disease, which could improve the experience of care. Advice from medical proffessionals that the patient should take walks and excersice more, to lose unwanted body wheight, could worsen the experience of care. Having a holistic approach regarding the patients healthcare could improve the experience of care. Patients who do not experience themselves as depressed should not be treated like depressed patients. Psychoeducation regarding anxiety, stress, autoimmunity and psychotherapy might improve the experience of care. (Less)
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Milovanovic, Milan LU
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PSPR14 20172
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H3 - Professional qualifications (4 Years - )
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Hypotyreos, vården, känsla av sammanhang, symtom, hormoner, tematisk analys
language
Swedish
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Studiens författare nås på Insiktsplatsen@gmail.com
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8931854
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  abstract     = {The goal of this study was to reach a deeper understandig of what it is like to have hypothyroidism. Data was collected through semi-structured interviews and interpreted using thematic analysis. Six participants with minor and severe symtoms were interviewed . The study found areas in which professional health care, recieved by patients with hypothyroidism who are experiencing residual symtoms, was lacking. Results of this study are as follows: Patients experience of care might improve if they are permitted to make minor dose changes depending on symtom severity. Asking the patient simple questions like How do you feel? could improve the experience of care. Some patients require an increased amount of education regarding their disease, which could improve the experience of care. Advice from medical proffessionals that the patient should take walks and excersice more, to lose unwanted body wheight, could worsen the experience of care. Having a holistic approach regarding the patients healthcare could improve the experience of care. Patients who do not experience themselves as depressed should not be treated like depressed patients. Psychoeducation regarding anxiety, stress, autoimmunity and psychotherapy might improve the experience of care.},
  author       = {Milovanovic, Milan},
  keyword      = {Hypotyreos,vården,känsla av sammanhang,symtom,hormoner,tematisk analys},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Hypotyreos: Lyssna på mig! En intervjustudie med sex personer som har kvarvarande symtom},
  year         = {2018},
}