Attitudes of health care professionals towards family involvement in the care for patients with cardiovascular diseases

Marie Louise Luttik, S. Agren, E. Goossens, J. Martensson, D. Thompson, P. Moons, T. Jaarsma, A. Stromberg

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Abstract

The purpose was to investigate how a negative life event (NLE) affects perceived psychosocial stress, recovery and running economy (RE). Competitive runners were monitored in a prospective non-experimental cohort study over one full training season in which they experienced the same unplanned severe NLE. Sixteen runners recorded stress and recovery scores (RESTQ-Sport) every week. The average scores over 3 weeks before the NLE were used as a baseline and were compared to scores during the week of the NLE (week 0), week 1and week 2. Seven runners completed a submaximal treadmill test before and after the NLE. Repeated measures ANOVA’s revealed that most scores on general stress scales were increased in week 0 and 1. Of the general recovery scales, “general well-being” was decreased in week 0 and 1, “social” and “physical recovery” were decreased in week 0. No changes in the sport-specific stress scales were found. However, two of the sport-specific recovery scales were decreased in week 0. An impaired RE was shown 3 weeks after the NLE. Therefore, it is important to know what is going on in an athlete’s life, because stressful life events alter RE after the stress and recovery already returned to normal levels.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 3 Jun 2015

Keywords

  • nursing
  • diagnosis
  • family care

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Luttik, M. L., Agren, S., Goossens, E., Martensson, J., Thompson, D., Moons, P., ... Stromberg, A. (2015). Attitudes of health care professionals towards family involvement in the care for patients with cardiovascular diseases.
Luttik, Marie Louise ; Agren, S. ; Goossens, E. ; Martensson, J. ; Thompson, D. ; Moons, P. ; Jaarsma, T. ; Stromberg, A. / Attitudes of health care professionals towards family involvement in the care for patients with cardiovascular diseases. 1 p.
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