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Principal findings

Part one of the discussions shed light on some of the participants’

unmet needs following a cardiac event. The findings

showed that few expressed needs could be satisfied on an

environmental level since participants felt that they were the

ones best suited to take action that could be beneficial to them.

The focus of improvement was thus placed on a personal level.

Participants also viewed group discussions similar to the focus

group sessions as a potential solution to stress management.

Second part of the discussion: planning support

The specific questions asked to participants during the second

part of the discussions are reported in Table 1, together with

practical details that should be considered when planning

support group interventions. Subjects discussed included

participants’ interest in rehabilitation programmes, whether

group support should be offered to patients only and

caregivers, and if individual meetings should also be considered.

Frequency of meetings, the delay after hospital discharge

and other points, such as travel considerations, were

also discussed. In addition, details like parking fees and

walking distance should not be neglected.

Proposed model

We devised a model based on the findings as the basis for the

development of cardiac rehabilitation programmes, and this

is shown in Figure 1.

Table 1 Points to consider when implementing support groups as part of rehabilitation programmes: patients’ perspectives

If a rehabilitation program was offered:* Points to consider

1. Would you be interested? Cardiac participants are highly in favour of rehabilitation programmes centred on support groups.

Principle reasons given are: a sense of security, helpful for stress management, getting more

information and answers to questions from competent individuals. Only one participant showed

no interest since she had undergone many surgeries, felt old and was discouraged.

2. Would you prefer

(a) Group meetings including:

Cardiac individuals only? Popular because they allow discussion about participant’s experience.

Cardiac individuals and caregivers? From the cardiac individual’s point of view, meetings with spouses are essential to allow the latter to better understand them.

Caregivers only? Cardiac participants felt that caregivers also need support.

(b) Individual meetings? Meetings favouring discussion in smaller groups including the cardiac patient, his/her caregiver and a professional, are suggested to discuss more delicate matters such as sex. Also useful for people with hearing disabilities or those who are still working.

3. Would transportation be a problem? Transportation is often a problem. Many people, especially caregivers (usually women) do not drive and people with a recent cardiac event have restrictions. However, people can find help or willing to help each other for transport. Travelling during the winter and/or at night is more

difficult. Parking is also a problem. Specific issues discussed were walking distance and

parking fees.

4. At what frequency would you wish the meetings to be?

Not more than one meeting per week.

5. How long after hospital discharge A delay of 1–3 months after hospital discharge is usually suggested. The ideal moment to begin group sessions varies from one person to another.

6. Do you have any other suggestions? Meetings are more difficult to organize if participants are still working.

*Specific questions asked during the second part of the discussions were developed after analysis of the data generated during the first part of the discussions.

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    主要結論

    部分討論之一把一些participants 弄清楚

    未解決的需要跟隨一次心臟的事件。 結論

    顯示表示的少數需要能在A上滿意

    以前環境水準參加者感到他們

    很適合東西採取行動可能對他們有利。

    改進的焦點被如此安置在個人水準上。

    參加者也觀看類似于焦點的小組討論

    作為強調管理的一個潛在的解決辦法的集體會議。

    討論的第二個部分︰ 計畫支持

    具體的問題在第2 期間對參加者問

    討論的部分被在表格1 報告,以及

    當計畫時,應該被考慮的實際的細節

    支持組干涉。 討論的主題包括

    participants 對恢復計畫發生興趣,是否

    組支持只應該被提供病患和

    照料者,如果個別的會議也被考慮。

    在醫院卸之后,會議的頻率,延遲

    以及其他點,例如旅行考慮,

    此外討論。 另外,詳述相象的泊車費和

    步履可及的範圍不應該被忽視。

    提出模型

    我們作為那些基礎想出模特基于結論那兒因為

    心臟的恢復計畫的發展,以及這

    被用圖1 顯示。

    表格1 點當實現支持組作為恢復計畫的部分時考慮︰ patients 遠景

    如果計畫恢復被提供︰* 指考慮

    1.你將感興趣嗎? 心臟的參加者非常贊成集中于支持組的恢復計畫。

    給的原則原因是︰ 一種安全感,對壓力管理有幫助,得到更多

    來自有能力的個人的訊息和問題的答案。 只有一個參加者出現

    因為她已經經歷很多手術,並不使感興趣,感到老並且被阻止。

    2.你更喜歡

    (a)組會議包括︰

    僅心臟的個人嗎? 他們允許大約participant s 經驗的討論受歡迎。

    心臟的個人和照料者嗎? 從心臟individual s 觀點,與配偶會晤對很重要允許后者更好理解他們。

    僅限照料者嗎? 心臟的參加者感到照料者也需要支持。

    (b)個別的會議嗎? 三五成群包括心臟的病患,他的/她的照料者和一名專業人士的支持討論的會議,被建議討論象性那樣的更精美的事情。 此外對加聽說生理殘障或者仍然是工作的的那些人的人有用。

    3.運輸將是一個問題嗎? 運輸經常是一個問題。 很多人,特別是照料者(通常是婦女)不駕駛,有一次新近的心臟的事件的人有限制。 不過,人們能發現幫助或者願意為運輸互相幫助。 在冬天和/或在夜裡旅行更多

    難。 停放也是一個問題。 討論的具體的問題是步履可及的範圍和

    泊車費。

    4.你將在什麼頻率希望會議?

    不超過每周一個會議。

    5.醫院卸怎樣月醫院卸的一1 V3的延遲通常被建議。 開始集體會議的理想的時刻從一個人變化到另一個。

    6.你有其他建議嗎? 如果參加者仍然工作,會議更難組織。

    *在數據的分析在討論的第一部分期間產生之后,在討論的第2 個部分期間問的具體的問題被發展。

    Source(s): me
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