J Korean Acad Fundam Nurs.  2000 Dec;7(3):453-465.

A Study on the Relationship of Self Care Behavioral Compliance and Perceived Self-Efficacy in Type II Diabetic Patient

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  • 1Department of Nursing, Gachon Gil College, Korea.

Abstract

This study was designed to identify the relationship between perceived self-efficacy and self care behavioral compliance in type II diabetic patient. The subjects for this study were the 113 adults with type II diabetes that received hospital treatment or attended as outpatients in 2 general hospitals at Inchon City. The data were collected during the period from August 15 to semtember 15, 2000 by means of an interview. Collected data were analyzed by means of descriptive statistics, t-test, ANOVA, Pearson's correlation using the SPSS/PC+ program. The results of this study were as follows : 1. The mean score of self care behavioral compliance was 3.06. 2. There were statistically significant difference in self care behavioral compliance according to sex(p<0.05), age (p<0.001), BMI(p<0.05), education(p<0.001), occupation(p<0.001), experience of diabetic education(p<0.05) and complication(p<0.05). 3. The mean score of perceived self-efficacy was 3.45. Self care behavioral compliance and perceived self-efficacy had a positive correlation which was statistically significant (r=0.3879 p<0.001). 4. Stepwise multiple regression analysis was performed to identify the influencing factors for self care behavioral compliance. Education, experience of diabetic education and self-efficacy accounted for 41% of the variance in self care behavioral compliance. The results suggest that education, experience of diabetic education and self-efficacy are important variables in the compliance of self-care behavior with type II diabetes.

Keyword

Type II diabetic patient; Self care behavior; Self-efficacy

MeSH Terms

Adult
Compliance*
Education
Hospitals, General
Humans
Incheon
Outpatients
Self Care*
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