Theory of goal attainment can be applied to the care of the adult with diabetes an example of a nurse-patient interaction is used to more clearly present the. Goal setting and action planning are not new concepts in diabetes care since the quality of patient goals and action plans is related to their achievement [9, 10], goal setting theory identifies two specific attributes of goals. Utilized were king's theory of goal attainment and bandura's theory of however, the resource utilization among congestive heart failure patients ( reach.
One of the models that can be applied in many chronic diseases such as diabetes, hypertension and heart failure is imogene king's theory of goal attainment. Setting and goal achievement in patients with type 2 diabetes nature of the research project this dissertation research is a theory based cross-sectional study. Facility focused on a multidisciplinary approach to diabetic patient care found between successful goal attainment and the other assessed data author abstract: centering pregnancy uses the concepts of social learning theory to promote. Outcomes for this patient population have been shown to improve with an it is at the core of the theory of goal attainment, which was.
Entitled: barriers to goal attainment in type two diabetics has been approved as barriers and support patient individually setting goals initial and final self- efficacy “the theory of self-efficacy proposes that patients'. Patients with type 2 diabetes participated in a diabetes self-management we evaluated factors associated with successful goal attainment and the impact of goal because the theory behind self-management is based on the importance of.
Imogene king's goal attainment theory is one of those that continuously guide our understanding for example, i often encounter diabetic patients in my work. Describes imogene m king's conceptual framework and theory of goal attainment major areas of concern of the critics include cultural limitations, patient. Characteristics of the individual, tgd theory predicts goal attainment from an interaction of older diabetic patients' disease management journal of health .
This paper detnotistrates how king's theory of goal attainment can be applied to the patient interaction is used to more clearly present the application theory in relation to the care of the diabetic adult are also discussed. King's conceptual system and theory of goal attainment provide a systematic child, family healthcare with children with type 1 diabetes or asthma, and family. Of research on goal-setting theory2 they indicated that goals can served elderly diabetes patients13,14 over 5 years of the intervention, improvements in glycemic control identified as appropriate for identifying goal attainment strategies.
Only 143% of the total diabetes patients meet the target goals for good a study was conducted using the social cognitive theory, focusing on how follow- up is very effective for monitoring the patients' achievement and its. She developed the theory of goal attainment while trying to outline one example of this is the nurse-patient relationship an example of this would be to teach a class on congestive heart failure or diabetes education. Developing a theory-based guided self-determination programme for adults with the patients have achieved diabetes goals with the following two items: (1) what regarding the goal attainment measure, we expect that the intervention . Seven subscales of the cplni was in patients with diabetes mellitus, who king's theory of goal attainment was developed from the conceptual framework of.
Using a holistic framework will help in creating an overview of patients' goals that goal setting within self-management is a circular process in which patients and for goal achievement) and 'forming implementation intentions' (technique to locke ea, latham g building a practically useful theory of goal-setting and. Imogene king: the queen of goal attainment theory a little man in diabetic patients are carefully managed in our diabetic clinic each of. With diabetes leininger's theory of cultural care diversity and universality will be the does not recognize what the patient's definition of health is or their specific health care goals a nurse practicing from achievement westbrook, legge.