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Health Management Experience of Residents through Participation in the Community Based Hypertension and Diabetes Registry Program
Mi Kyoung Park, Hyeung Keun Park, Hyun Ju Kim, Ok Jin Kim, Moon Yeon Gong
J Korean Acad Community Health Nurs. 2021;32(4):518-528.   Published online December 31, 2021
DOI: https://doi.org/10.12799/jkachn.2021.32.4.518
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Purpose
This study was conducted to explore the healthcare experience of residents participating in the CommunityBased Hypertension and Diabetes Registry Program.
Methods
This study used qualitative content analysis. Data were collected from in depth interviews of fifteen participants, who either participated in the program hosted by the Training Center for Hypertension and Diabetes for more than two years or participated in an intensive one-on-one education program.
Results
The results showed that the core theme in healthcare of participants was ‘Proactive healthcare with attention and systematic guidance of experts’. The positive reinforcement of staffs and the improvement of self-efficacy through effective close management were found to be positive influencing factors of participation. The theme consisted of the following categories: ‘Participation in the program with positive expectations on healthcare’, ‘Interest in body and health’, ‘Vitality in life’, ‘Confidence in dealing with disease’, ‘Thankfulness for close care and attention’, and ‘Desire for continuous care’.
Conclusion
When establishing policies on managing chronic diseases, a strategy that reflects the results of the study is required. It is necessary to build up emotional relationship among stakeholders, and expand opportunities for close healthcare such as one-on-one customized training, and mutual cooperation with various organizations in the local community.

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