A qualitative comparison of needles and insulin pump use in children with type 1 diabetes

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Ferrari, Madeleine, McIlwain, Doris J. F. and Ambler, Geoffrey. (2017) A qualitative comparison of needles and insulin pump use in children with type 1 diabetes. Journal of Health Psychology. 23(10), pp. 1332 - 1342. https://doi.org/10.1177/1359105316653999
AuthorsFerrari, Madeleine, McIlwain, Doris J. F. and Ambler, Geoffrey
Abstract

Managing type 1 diabetes mellitus is an ongoing and challenging process; we investigated children’s experience of different treatment regimens. Interviews with 17 children (7–15 years) at two time points were analysed using the grounded theory approach. Illness phase and treatment regimen shaped how bodily cues were interpreted. Insulin pump therapy allowed children to listen to and trust their bodily cues rather than override. Shame was a barrier to support engagement. Different internalised and externalised views of type 1 diabetes mellitus emerged. Overall, children were insightful experts of their own experiences. Recommendations for psychological interventions would benefit from empirical testing.

Keywordschildren; diabetes; grounded theory; health psychology; treatment
Year2017
JournalJournal of Health Psychology
Journal citation23 (10), pp. 1332 - 1342
PublisherSage Publications Ltd.
ISSN1461-7277
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.1177/1359105316653999
Scopus EID2-s2.0-85051698108
Page range1332 - 1342
Research GroupSchool of Philosophy
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Place of publicationUnited Kingdom
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