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Professional Patient: Skills Learned from Living with a Chronic Disease. By Katie M. Golden. Created: 08/09/2017. I should get some credit for the battle scars I have earned since becoming chronic, and the term professional patient just seemed appropriate. I had to not only go through the grieving process of a dramatic change in my life.
Professional Patient: Skills Learned from Living with a Chronic Disease. April 19, I should get some credit for the battle scars I have earned since becoming chronic, and the term professional patient just seemed appropriate. I had to not only go through the grieving process of a dramatic change in my life, but I was hit with having to. The Chronic Disease Self-Management Program is an interactive workshop for people with all types of chronic conditions.
Stanford University developed this course to help people with one or more chronic conditions learn the strategies to manage. Breathe out slowly, being mindful about releasing all the air from your lungs. Breathe in through your nose as you slowly count to four in your head. Be conscious of how the air fills your lungs.
What words of advice would you offer someone who just learned they have a chronic condition? Take a few deep breaths. Don’t panic.
Feel sad, feel angry, feel whatever you feel. Write it all down, but don’t show it to anyone. Catch your breath.
Write down your questions for your doctor. Start learning the skills. We have learned over the years at our center that effective chronic illness care requires two things.
First, it requires a team with the patient at the center. tion of professional treatment. The patient’s role was largely passive. living with chronic illness to flying a small plane. If it is flown well, chronic disease.5 More recentl.
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a serious health problem that has significant effects on the life status of elderly persons. Use of the empowerment approach is necessary for health promotion in older people with COPD, but little attention has so far been paid to all the dimensions of empowerment in the management of COPD, which would provide useful knowledge. • Addressing the physical and psychological effects of chronic disease (including fatigue, pain, depression, and frustration) • Exercising, getting proper nutrition, and using medications appropriately • Communicating effectively with family, friends, and health professionals.
Continue to learn about your medical condition outside the doctor’s office. Try to familiarize yourself with common terms and the organs involved in your condition. (If you have diabetes, for instance, learn about the pancreas and kidneys.) Investigate your treatment options, different medications and important diet changes.
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