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Integrated care: Health Promotion Hospital Model to Improve Family Support for Patients with Chronic Disease

  • Rina Kurniawati ,
  • Mahendro Prasetyo Kusumo ,

Abstract

Background:  One of the strategies to hold down such economic burden is to improve health promotion services. Family involvement can be used to increase the success in health promotion program. Family involvement in chronic disease management is associated with successful chronic disease treatment.The aim of this study is designing health promotion hospital model to improve family support for patients with chronic disease.

Method: This qualitative study was conducted through four focused group discussion (FGD) and six in-depth interview. The data were collected from June-October 2021. The analysis used in this study is Miles and Huberman qualitative data analysis. The analysis was carried out starting from data collection, data reduction, data presentation, and drawing conclusions.

Result: From the transcript of four FGDs and six interviews, a family-based health promotion model was obtained. The family-based health promotion model to increase family support for chronic disease patients in hospitals is formed from eight (8) elements, namely: 1) Health literacy, 2) The preferred method is peer-led discussion, group discussion, 3) Social media using WhatsApp Groups, 4) Forming groups involving families, 5) Involving community leaders, 6) Relaxing and entertaining activities, 7) Effective communication, and 8) Nurse engagement.

Conclusion: The health promotion hospital model to increase family support for patients with chronic diseases consists of: Supporting the patient's family to increase the patient's knowledge about the disease and how to treat it. Peer-led discussion, group discussion, and face-to-face meeting along with giving of leaflet with materials as desired by the patients and their family are the education methods preferred by the patients and their family.

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Rina Kurniawati, & Mahendro Prasetyo Kusumo. (2023). Integrated care: Health Promotion Hospital Model to Improve Family Support for Patients with Chronic Disease. Bali Medical Journal, 12(1), 753–760. https://doi.org/10.15562/bmj.v12i1.2991

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