2008
DOI: 10.1590/s0034-89102008000200010
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Abstract: The study findings show a different semantic structure on exercise conception between both diabetes groups studied as well as different average cultural knowledge on family support for patient's health. These findings should be taken into account in the development of education, self-care and medical care programs specific to the knowledge of type 2 diabetes patients.

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“…Por último, el programa tuvo un enfoque cálido, amigable y congruente con los valores culturales mexicanos, procurando mantener un ambiente libre de vergüenza y culpa. Se recomendó involucrar a seres queridos en el tratamiento del participante, con la posibilidad de incorporarse al programa (McEwen et al, 2010;Salcedo-Rocha et al, 2008).…”
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“…Por último, el programa tuvo un enfoque cálido, amigable y congruente con los valores culturales mexicanos, procurando mantener un ambiente libre de vergüenza y culpa. Se recomendó involucrar a seres queridos en el tratamiento del participante, con la posibilidad de incorporarse al programa (McEwen et al, 2010;Salcedo-Rocha et al, 2008).…”
Section: Materials Y Métodounclassified
“…Algunas estrategias fueron: reducir el lenguaje clínico, usar materiales pictóricos y audiovisuales, ajustar a preferencias dietéticas de pacientes (Campos, 2007;Kent et al, 2013;McEwen et al, 2010). En este sentido, nuestros hallazgos concuerdan con los de estudios previos que estipulan que es necesario adaptar el programa de autocuidado a la comunidad de pacientes para asegurar asistencia y, posiblemente, mejorar los resultados clínicos (Campos, 2007;Cruz-Bello et al, 2014;Flores-Pérez et al, 2015;McEwen et al, 2010;Salcedo-Rocha et al, 2008). Cabe destacar, que no se evaluaron las características de los pacientes para determinar si hubo factores externos, es decir, factores de confusión que impactaran los resultados.…”
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“…In this context, it is important to adopt the ecological triad of the agent, host and environment 17 . The social determinants of health are the ethnic, psychosocial, economic, cultural and behavioural factors that influence the occurrence of health problems 18 . Economic and social conditions have an important effect on health and disease and such relations must be submitted to scientific research 19,20 .…”
Section: Sociocultural Aspects Of Health and Diseasementioning
confidence: 99%
“…However, not many studies have looked at the interrelationship among these constructs and health among Mexicans. Given the importance that Mexicans with diabetes place on religiosity (Tejada Tayabas et al 2006) and social support (Salcedo-Rocha et al 2008), the purpose of the present study was to examine the relationship between a composite measure of religiosity, multidimensional measures of social support (among those who have full support system), diabetes care and control and self-rated health of adults living in Mexico (see Fig. 1).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%