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Title:Odnos med doživljanjem invalidacije bolezni in duševnim zdravjem oseb z endometriozo : vloga samoučinkovitosti in zdravstvene pismenosti
Authors:ID Židan, Maja (Author)
ID Poštuvan, Vita (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Master's thesis/paper
Typology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Abstract:Invalidacija je nov konstrukt v zdravstveni psihologiji, ki na področju endometrioze še ni dobro raziskan, kljub temu da raziskave na drugih kroničnih populacijah ugotavljajo, da vodi do slabših zdravstvenih izidov in nižje kvalitete življenja. V magistrskem delu smo raziskali doživljanje invalidacije znotraj petih kontekstov (partner, družina, prijatelji, zdravstveno osebje in sodelavci) in njen odnos s pozitivnim duševnim zdravjem, samoučinkovitostjo pri upravljanju bolezni, zdravstveno pismenostjo, bolečino in osamljenostjo. Rezultati na vzorcu 277 posameznic z endometriozo kažejo na to, da ženske doživljajo različne stopnje invalidacije v različnih kontekstih, z najvišjimi stopnjami s strani zdravstvenega osebja in sodelavcev. Linearna regresija je pokazala, da je invalidacija pomemben napovednik pozitivnega duševnega zdravja, enako velja tudi za obe poddimenziji (podcenjevanje in pomanjkanje razumevanja). Končni model smo testirali s serijsko mediatorsko analizo, kjer so samoučinkovitost pri upravljanju bolezni, zdravstvena pismenost, bolečina in osamljenost bili mediatorji odnosa med invalidacijo in pozitivnim duševnim zdravjem. Pojasnil je 53 % celotnega učinka, za najpomembnejši serijski mediator pa se je izkazala osamljenost. S K-2 klastrsko analizo smo identificirali štiri klastre, ki se med seboj pomembno razlikujejo v pozitivnem duševnem zdravju, invalidaciji, osamljenosti in zdravstveni pismenosti. Naše ugotovitve kažejo na pomembnost upoštevanja psihosocialnega vidika endometrioze in izobraževanja ter ozaveščanja zdravstvenih delavcev, delovnih okolij in bližnjih o vplivu invalidacije na posameznice z endometriozo in o bolezni sami. Potrebne so dodatne raziskave, ki bi prispevale k boljšemu razumevanju invalidacije v tej populaciji in razvoju uspešnih intervencij.
Keywords:Endometrioza, invalidacija, zdravstvena pismenost, samoučinkovitost, blagostanje
Place of publishing:Maribor
Place of performance:Maribor
Publisher:M. Židan
Year of publishing:2024
Number of pages:1 spletni vir (1 datoteka PDF (XI, 135 str.))
PID:20.500.12556/DKUM-87202 New window
UDC:159.96:618.1(043.2)
COBISS.SI-ID:191383299 New window
Publication date in DKUM:04.04.2024
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Language:English
Title:The relationship between experiencing invalidation and mental health in people with endometriosis: the role of self-efficacy and health literacy : magistrsko delo
Abstract:Invalidation is a new construct in health psychology that has not yet been well studied in the field of endometriosis, despite research on other chronic populations finding that it leads to worse health outcomes and a lower quality of life. In the master's thesis, we explored the experience of invalidation within five contexts (partner, family, friends, medical staff and colleagues) and its relationship with positive mental health, self-efficacy in disease management, health literacy, pain and loneliness. Results from a sample of 277 individuals with endometriosis show that women experience varying degrees of invalidation in different contexts, with the highest rates from medical staff and colleagues. Linear regression has shown that invalidation is an important predictor of positive mental health, and so are its both subdimensions (underestimation and lack of understanding). The final model was tested by serial mediation analysis, where self-efficacy in disease management, health literacy, pain and loneliness were mediators of the relationship between invalidation and positive mental health. It explained 53% of the total effect, and loneliness proved to be the most important serial mediator. With K-2 cluster analysis we identified four clusters that differ significantly from each other in positive mental health, invalidation, loneliness and health literacy. Our findings show the importance of taking into account the psychosocial aspect of endometriosis and education, as well as raising awareness among health professionals, work environments and loved ones about the impact of invalidation on individuals with endometriosis and the disease itself. Further research, which would contribute to a better understanding of invalidation in this population and to the development of successful interventions, is needed.
Keywords:Endometriosis, invalidation, health literacy, self-efficacy, wellbeing


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