Motivation in Self-monitoring Processes: Evaluation of Ecological Momentary Storytelling

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Patient-involved treatment, such as self-monitoring, is a central
ambition in health care in Scandinavia. Norway, Sweden,
England and the Netherlands have enacted legislation
on the patient’s right to involvement. In Denmark, patient
involvement is formulated as one of the ten national health
goals. Patient-governed treatment is politically articulated
as a way to individual empowerment. Nevertheless,
doctors and nurses find that many patients express reluctance
and a lack of motivation. In line with the political
discourse and with an ambition to uncover work-related
stressors the authors developed the self-monitoring method
Ecological Momentary Storytelling. The purpose of the article
is to present test participants’ articulated experiences
with using the method. Through a grounded theory based
analysis of follow-up dialogues with the participants, the
findings emphasize how motivation is not solely anchored
inside the individual as a personal desire to master a situation
or be empowered. Matters such as complex life situations,
inability to handle technology and problems understanding
questions posed are to a large extend externally
anchored and articulated as hindrances for motivation.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelProceedings from The 16th Scandinavian Conference on Health Informatics 2018, Aalborg, Denmark August 28–29, 2018
RedaktørerAnn Bygholm, Louise Pape-Haugaard, Karsten Niss, Ole Hejlesen, Chunfang Zhou
Antal sider8
ForlagLinköping University Electronic Press
Publikationsdato24 aug. 2018
Sider29-37
ISBN (Elektronisk)978-91-7685-213-2
StatusUdgivet - 24 aug. 2018
BegivenhedScandinavian Conference on Health Informatics - Aalborg, Danmark
Varighed: 28 aug. 201829 aug. 2018
https://www.dachi.aau.dk/SHI2018/

Konference

KonferenceScandinavian Conference on Health Informatics
LandDanmark
ByAalborg
Periode28/08/201829/08/2018
Internetadresse
NavnLinköping Electronic Conference Proceedings
Vol/bind151
ISSN1650-3686

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Lund, K., & Kappelgaard, L. H. (2018). Motivation in Self-monitoring Processes: Evaluation of Ecological Momentary Storytelling. I A. Bygholm, L. Pape-Haugaard, K. Niss, O. Hejlesen, & C. Zhou (red.), Proceedings from The 16th Scandinavian Conference on Health Informatics 2018, Aalborg, Denmark August 28–29, 2018 (s. 29-37). Linköping University Electronic Press. Linköping Electronic Conference Proceedings, Bind. 151
Lund, Katja ; Kappelgaard, Lisbeth Højbjerg. / Motivation in Self-monitoring Processes : Evaluation of Ecological Momentary Storytelling. Proceedings from The 16th Scandinavian Conference on Health Informatics 2018, Aalborg, Denmark August 28–29, 2018. red. / Ann Bygholm ; Louise Pape-Haugaard ; Karsten Niss ; Ole Hejlesen ; Chunfang Zhou. Linköping University Electronic Press, 2018. s. 29-37 (Linköping Electronic Conference Proceedings, Bind 151).
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Lund, K & Kappelgaard, LH 2018, Motivation in Self-monitoring Processes: Evaluation of Ecological Momentary Storytelling. i A Bygholm, L Pape-Haugaard, K Niss, O Hejlesen & C Zhou (red), Proceedings from The 16th Scandinavian Conference on Health Informatics 2018, Aalborg, Denmark August 28–29, 2018. Linköping University Electronic Press, Linköping Electronic Conference Proceedings, bind 151, s. 29-37, Scandinavian Conference on Health Informatics, Aalborg, Danmark, 28/08/2018.

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