Title

Self-efficacy and motivation in relation to the level of compliance to dietary regimen of clients with diabetes mellitus type II in the City of Imus, Cavite

Date of Completion

3-2018

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Keywords

Self Efficacy, Motivation, Diabetes Mellitus Type II, Medication Adherence

Abstract

This study used correlational non-experimental method. One hundred eighty-one (181) clients where chosen using simple random probability sampling. The research questionnaire used were adapted from the study of Lorig et al. (2009) entitled "Community-based peer-led diabetes self-management: a randomized trial" and the measurement for the level of compliance in dietary modification was adapted from Acosta (2014) entitled "The level of compliance to lifestyle modification of patients diagnosed with diabetes mellitus type II." Data was analyzed through frequency, percentage distribution, Spearman's rho correlation, t-test, ANOVA and standard deviation. The study showed that, 1) Majority of the respondents were 40-65 years old, female, reached college level, with monthly family income of less than P10,000 and 5-6 years duration of illness; 2) The self-efficacy and motivation of clients with diabetes mellitus type II in selected communities in the City of Imus, Cavite indicated that they performed the specified management for 3-4 times a week. This indicated a high level of self-efficacy and motivation; 3) The level of compliance to dietary regimen of clients with diabetes mellitus type II in selected communities in the City of Imus, Cavite based on quantity and quality indicated a high level of compliance; 4) There was no significant difference in the self-efficacy and motivation of clients with diabetes mellitus type II when they were grouped according to age, gender, monthly family income and duration of illness. However, there was a significant difference in the self-efficacy and motivation of clients with diabetes mellitus type II when they were grouped according educational attainment; 5) There was no significant difference in the level of compliance to dietary regiment of clients in terms of age, gender, monthly family income and duration of illness. There was a significant difference in the level of compliance to dietary regimen of clients with diabetes mellitus type II when they were grouped according to educational attainment; 6) There was a significant relationship between self-efficacy and motivation and level of compliance in dietary regimen of clients with diabetes mellitus type II.

First Advisor

Julieta M. Damian

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