The Effects of Self-management Supporting Program on Self-management Behaviors in Insulin Injection among Type 2 Diabetic Patients

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ธัสมน นามวงษ์, Ph.D.
สุมาลี ราชนิยม
รัชชนก กลิ่นชาติ

Abstract

This quasi-experimental research aimed to examine the effects of self-management supporting program on self-management behaviors in insulin injection among type 2 diabetic patients. The samples consisted of 26 type 2 diabetic patients receiving services at Chanthanimit Tambon Health Promoting Hospital and Khao Sukim Hospital. The research instruments included a self-management supporting program, a questionnaire of individual characteristics, an assessment form of self-management behaviors in insulin injection with the reliability of .77, and a recording form of level of blood glucose. The implementation and data collection were conducted from October to December, 2016. Statistics used for data analysis included frequency, percentage, mean, standard deviation, and paired t-test.


The research results revealed that after receiving the self-management supporting program, the diabetic patients had statistically significant higher mean score of self-management behaviors in insulin injection and lower mean of level of blood glucose than before receiving the program (t = 5.650, p < .001 and t = 4.224, p < .001, respectively).


This research suggests that the health care providers should use this program to encourage proper self-management of insulin injection for type 2 diabetic patients in other diabetic clinics

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