Impact of Complications on Self-efficacy among Patients with Diabetes Mellitus Type II Who Attend to Diabetic Center in Al-Diwaniyah City

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Salam Hussein Hamza, Raad Kareem Faraj

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Methodology: A descriptive correlation study design has been carried out to found relationship between complications on self-efficacy among patients with diabetes Mellitus type 2 self-efficacy. The period of the study started from (1st of October, 2020) to (1st of April , 2021 ), on a non-probability (convenience) sample consisting of (160) clients with type 2 DM. Results:the majority of patients’ self –efficacy is good (92.5%), WhileThe results indicate that there is a high-significant association between the patients’ self- efficacy& their DM-associated health problem, at p-value less than 0.01 . Conclusions: The majority of clients with type 2 DM are good self-efficacy with a mean of score (8.0). There is a high significant association between clientsˈ self-efficacy and the DM-related complications at p-value less than (0.01). Recommendations:The results of the study can be used as a baseline for future studies in the same environment and educated patient how increase self-efficacy. To decrease complications that result from Diabetes Mellitus Type II, The study can be repeated by using therapeutic modalities to improve patients’ self-efficacy.

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Raad Kareem Faraj, S. H. H. . (2021). Impact of Complications on Self-efficacy among Patients with Diabetes Mellitus Type II Who Attend to Diabetic Center in Al-Diwaniyah City. Annals of the Romanian Society for Cell Biology, 25(6), 8010–8017. Retrieved from https://www.annalsofrscb.ro/index.php/journal/article/view/6993
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