Consultation pluridisciplinaire de suivi en éducation thérapeutique post-réadaptation cardiovasculaire: résultats d'une enquête de satisfaction

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Abstract

Objective. To prevent the loss of efficiency of the secondary prevention for post-cardiac rehabilitation patients, an experiment of a multidisciplinary consultation of support in therapeutic educa-tion is proposed by a hospital unit of cardiac rehabilitation. The various aspects of the lifestyle are approached: physical activity, nutrition, drug observance, and smoking. This work aims at estimat-ing the perceived satisfaction by the patients for such a consultation, because this satisfaction participates in their adherence in a long-term modification of the lifestyle. Methods. Retrospective study based on a phone questionnaire containing 8 closed questions and allowing estimating expectations for such a consultation, as well as led-satisfaction. Results. On 60 eligible patients, 48 were able to be interrogated in a complete way. Concerning expectations, 52% of the patients wished such a consultation, and 41% recognized some difficulties applying the recommendations. Concerning the satisfaction, it was 92% for the substance (global approach of the lifestyle) and 94% for the form (multidisciplinarity), with for 69% of the cases an improved adhe-rence in the secondary prevention Conclusion. These positive early results concerning the satisfaction incite to develop such strategies of support in therapeutic education, the impacts on the morbidity and the cardiovascular mortality of which it will be necessary to estimate on the long-term.

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Hobeika, J. B., Hannequin, A., Besson, D., Lejeune, C., Dedoncker, A., Champmartin, C., … Casillas, J. M. (2015). Consultation pluridisciplinaire de suivi en éducation thérapeutique post-réadaptation cardiovasculaire: résultats d’une enquête de satisfaction. Journal de Readaptation Medicale, 35(4), 233–237. https://doi.org/10.1002/14651858.CD008895.pub2

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