Diyabetli Kişilerin Aktivite Performansını Etkileyen Faktörler Arasındaki İlişkinin İncelenmesi
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Bıyık, S., Examination of the Relationship Between Factors Affecting Activity Performance of People with Diabetes,, Hacettepe University, Graduate School of Health Sciences Occupational Therapy Program, Master Thesis, Ankara, 2019. In this study, it was aimed to determine the relationship between diabetic individuals' social participation level, occupational performances, quality of life, interests, anxiety levels, job performances and social support perceptions. The study was conducted in Hacettepe University Department of Occupational Therapy. 46 diabetic subjects with a mean age of 45.97 ± 8.40 years and 46 non-diabetic subjects with 45.97 ± 8.40 years participated in our study. State-Trait Anxiety Inventory, Multidimensional Perceived Social Support Scale, Interest Checklist, Community Integration Inventory and Job Content Questionnaire were used to evaluate the groups. In addition, performance problems were assessed with Canada Occupational Performance Measurement and quality of life was assessed with Diabetes Quality of Life Scale. Difficulties experienced by people with diabetes at work were examined with the semi-structured interview. Disability Assessment Scale was used as inclusion criteria. It was found that anxiety level, perception of social support, interests and social participation of people with diabetes were no different from those without diabetes (p> 0.05). While the job content of the people with diabetes was similar to those without diabetes, job security was found to be significantly lower (p <0.05). It was found that the quality of life of diabetic patients with complications was lower than those without complications (p <0.05). Diabetes was observed to affect the occupational performance of individuals. Diabetic individuals with activity performance problems had lower quality of life (p <0.05). It was concluded that examining the activity-role (occupational) participation of individuals with diabetes with a holistic perspective of occupational therapy can contribute significantly to guide the interdisciplinary treatment plan.