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Improving gout education from patients’ perspectives: A focus group study of Māori and Pākehā people with gout

NZ Research Abstract

posted by Research Admin on 2018-10-08 22:00:43.8

Authors

Cassandra J. Rolston
Tamlin S. Conner
Lisa K. Stamp
Tia Neha
Suzanne G. Pitama
Niamh Fanning
Ron Janes
Andrea Judd
Ben Hudson
Roisin M. Hegarty
Gareth J. Treharne

Year of Publication

2018

Source

Journal of Primary Health Care, 10 (3), 194-200

Publication Type

Journal article (peer reviewed)

Publication Status

Completed

Abstract

The authors explored gout patient education in primary care from the perspectives of Māori and Pākehā people with gout. The findings include that "Māori and Pākehā patients derived their gout education from multiple sources – health professionals, educational resources, family and friends, and their own experiences. Māori with gout preferred face-to-face communication of information over written material. Patients from both ethnicity groups had significant gaps in their knowledge about gout that require further education."

Type of Study

Qualitative

How to Access

Available to read in free full text at: https://doi.org/10.1071/HC18010