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Use of the Self- and Family Management Framework in quantitative studies

Published:November 17, 2022DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.outlook.2022.10.003

      Highlights

      • The Self- and Family Management Framework has structured quantitative studies.
      • Quantitative studies have focused more on patients than family caregivers.
      • Independent and dependent variables have represented all Framework components.
      • Racial and/or ethnic minority representation has been limited among study participants.
      • Policymakers should consider patients and family independently and as co-managers.

      Abstract

      Background

      The Self- and Family Management Framework (SFMF) identifies factors and outcomes of patient and family management of chronic illness. In a previous citation analysis, we reported the frequency and nature of use of the SFMF.

      Purpose

      We conducted a sub-analysis of quantitative articles in the citation analysis to examine testing of relationships depicted in the SFMF.

      Methods

      We analyzed study purposes, independent and dependent variables, study implications, and text that referred to the SFMF in 40 articles.

      Findings

      The SFMF has been used largely to explore factors affecting SFM behaviors, focusing on patient versus family self-management. Independent variables included all categories of facilitators/barriers specified in the SFMF. Dependent variables included all SFMF components (Facilitators/Barriers, Processes, Proximal and Distal Outcomes). Racial/ethnic diversity was limited among study participants. Study implications pertained mostly to psychosocial outcomes. Most studies referred to the SFMF generally.

      Discussion

      Findings will contribute to revision of the SFMF.

      Keywords

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