The effectiveness of interventions which promote self-management for people with End Stage Renal Disease undergoing haemodialysis

Reid, Carol, Goodwin, Sally, Boys, Jennifer, Taylor, Bernadette, Hall, Jenny, & Chang, Anne (2008) The effectiveness of interventions which promote self-management for people with End Stage Renal Disease undergoing haemodialysis. JBI Library of Systematic Reviews, 5(10).

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Abstract

Review Objectives: This systematic review seeks to establish what best practice is for: Interventions which promote self-management for patients with End Stage Renal Disease (ERSD) undergoing Haemodialysis.

Review questions: 1) Do education interventions improve self-management for patients with end stage renal disease? 2) Do psychosocial interventions such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, behavioural therapy or other counselling therapies and social support, improve self-management for patients with end stage renal disease?

Criteria for considering studies for this review:

Types of participants: This component of the review will consider studies with: • All adults over the age of 18 years • Patients with end stage renal disease • Undergoing haemodialysis

Types of interventions/Phenomena of Interest: All studies evaluating the following interventions will be considered for inclusion in the review such as: Interventions which promote self management including: • Education interventions. • Psychosocial interventions such as cognitive behavioural therapy and other behavioural therapies, counselling and social support.

Types of outcome measures/anticipated outcomes: This component of the review will consider studies that include the following outcomes: • Adherence with haemodialysis treatment, • Depression and/or anxiety, • Quality of life, • Carer burnout, • Social support • Patient satisfaction • Adverse events potentially attributable to the intervention or control treatment • Cost effectiveness of home haemodialysis

Keywords

chronic kidney failure; renal failure; end stage renal disease; chronic kidney disease

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ID Code: 86600
Item Type: Journal Article
Refereed: Yes
ISSN: 1838-2142
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