Tag: éducation thérapeutique

 

A disease management program reduces the risk of new diseases

A clinical trial proves the efficacy of a disease management program in the reduction of comorbidities in patients taking psychotropic drugs. A US randomized controlled trial of Green and colleagues, published in the American Journal of Psychiatry in 2015, evaluates the efficacy of a therapeutic education program for six months on weight loss and reduced risk of […]

A case manager requires a good training

A clinical trial verifies the benefits of a case manager on the number of hospitalizations in patients with COPD. A Canadian randomized controlled trial published by Fan and colleagues in the journal Annals of Internal Medicine in 2012 assessed the efficacy of a therapeutic education program based on a case manager on the number of hospitalizations […]

Behaviors to prevent worsening of heart failure

   The American Heart Association conducted a collective expertise on behaviors to limit the worsening of heart failure and improve the quality of life of patients. The Association recommends integrating these behavioral changes in a comprehensive, sustainable and coordinated with professionals and closed persons. The American collective expertise of Riegel and colleagues, published in the […]

Benefits of COPD self-management programs

A meta-analysis evaluates the benefits of education program for COPD self-management on health and use of care based on the results of 14 clinical trials published between 1985 and 2006. A Dutch meta-analysis published in 2007 by Effing and colleagues published in the Cochrane Review assessed the efficacy of education programs for self-management of COPD […]

Health education alleviates depression in patients with chronic diseases

A clinical trial has proven the efficacy of nurse-dispensed, primary care physician-supervised health education in the reduction of depression symptoms of patients with poorly controlled diabetes or coronary heart disease. An American randomized controlled trial of Katon and his colleagues published in the New England Journal Medicine in 2010 assessed the benefits of a health education program […]

Patient education: a must for the care of chronic respiratory diseases

  The 2009 report of the Respiratory Society of French Language is particularly synthesis of research on the effectiveness of patient education for patients with COPD. The Société de Pneumologie de Langue Française (SPLF) published in 2009 in the Revue des Maladies Respiratoires report collective expertise together with fifty specialists. This report aims to provide an update on the […]

What to do after the Treatment of Breast Cancer?

  A study shows the effectiveness of a therapeutic education program started after treatment of breast cancer to reduce fatigue and improve body image. A randomized controlled trial of Swedish Björneklett and colleagues published in the Journal of Psychosomatics Research in 2013 tested the benefits of a therapeutic education program for nine days with 382 […]

Preventing falls in hospital

 A study proves the medical and economic effectiveness of a multimedia program for the prevention of falls in hospitalized patients over 60 years. A randomized controlled trial of Australian Haines and colleagues published in the journal BMC Medicine in 2013 tested benefits and the ratio cost / effectiveness of a multimedia education program for the […]

Training to manage respiratory disease saves money

   A study proves the efficacy and cost/effectiveness of a one-month outpatient disease education program in patients with COPD. A randomized controlled trial of Ninot and colleagues published in the journal Respiratory Medicine in 2011 tested the benefits of exercise based on the Hospital of Montpellier with 38 patients therapeutic education program with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease […]

What to do after a Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program?

The American College of Chest Physician and the American Association of Cardiovascular and Respiratory Rehabilitation recommend that COPD patients to continue their rehabilitation in order to maintain their gains. The American College of Chest Physician (ACCP) and the American Cardiovascular Rehabilitation and Respiratory (AACVPR) Association published in the journal Chest in 2007 guidelines based on consensus […]