A qualitative systematic review of patients' experience of osteoporosis using meta-ethnography

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osteoporosis 92 Title: Archives of OsteoporosisA qualitative systematic review of patients’ experience of osteoporosis using meta-ethnographyK. L. BarkerF. ToyeC. J. Minns LowePublication date (epub): 10/2016Publication
osteoporosis 372 /2016AbstractSummaryWe aimed to systematically review qualitative studies exploring the experience of living with osteoporosis to develop new conceptual understanding. We identified themes about the invisibility/visibility of osteoporosis,
osteoporosis 484 to develop new conceptual understanding. We identified themes about the invisibility/visibility of osteoporosis , the experience of uncertainty of living with osteoporosis (OP) and living with an ageing body and the
osteoporosis 543 themes about the invisibility/visibility of osteoporosis, the experience of uncertainty of living with osteoporosis (OP) and living with an ageing body and the place of gender.PurposeThe aim of this review was to systematically
osteoporosis 754 systematically review the body of qualitative studies exploring the experience of living with either osteoporosis or osteopenia and to use meta-ethnography to develop new conceptual understanding.MethodsWe systematically
osteoporosis 1101 Psychinfo) to September 2015 in order to increase our conceptual understanding of the lived experience of osteoporosis and osteopenia. Articles were appraised for quality; each was independently read by two researchers
osteoporosis 1366 developed into a conceptual model.ResultsOur findings demonstrate that coming to terms with a diagnosis of osteoporosis is linked to its relative visibility or invisibility. For some, OP has not become manifest and self-identity
osteoporosis 1912 about ageing and gender.ConclusionsOur synthesis has highlighted the wealth of qualitative data about osteoporosis and osteopenia. Despite the increasing body of literature on the subject, there remains a need to adjust
osteoporosis 10456 of conceptual category discussed with patient user groupConceptual categoryBiographical integrity— osteoporosis is not manifestStudy supporting conceptI know I have it but I can’t see itMy OP is not a problem.
osteoporosis 11139 [[23]]; Besser [[25]]; Meadows [[37]]; Sale [[46]]; Sale [[47]]; Sale [[50]]I am not the type to get osteoporosis I know that OP can cause fractures, but I am not at risk because I have always had strong bones. I have
osteoporosis 11714 lucky.French [[27]]; Jachna [[32]]; Mazor [[34]]; Salter [[53]]; Weston [[55]]Biographical fracture— osteoporosis is manifestOsteoporosis choreographs my lifeOP has disrupted my leisure, work, family and social life.
osteoporosis 16604 [[30]]; Jachna [[32]]; Nielson [[39]]; Roberto [[44]]; Weston [[55]]; Wilkins [[56], [57]]People think osteoporosis is a women’s conditionI sometimes feel embarrassed because people think OP is a women’s condition.
osteoporosis 23223 contribute to additional categories to be considered.Negotiating the visibility and invisibility of osteoporosis Central to the qualitative findings in this review is the person’s struggle to negotiate the visibility
osteoporosis 25113 is set within a cultural context with certain views about ageing and gender.Biographical integrity— osteoporosis is not manifestThis category includes conceptual themes that describe OP as not manifest and personal
osteoporosis 27321 (‘I mean, I could have lung cancer or dementia. … I think I’m lucky’).Biographical fracture— osteoporosis is manifestThis category includes conceptual themes that describe OP as manifest. In this category,
osteoporosis 35346 as protective, whereas negative thinking and worry could negatively affect a life of health.Gender— osteoporosis is a women’s conditionOne study [[26]] described how the female gendering of OP could have a profound
osteoporosis 35965 ago’. Some also perceived the need for health care as weakness and, therefore, as not masculine; ‘If osteoporosis wasn’t looked upon as a female disease, more men would seek help’.Conceptual modelOur conceptual
osteoporosis 39159 review sought to include papers that gave insight into the experience of living with a diagnosis of osteoporosis . However, participants included were those with osteopenia and those with a history of multiple fragility
osteoporosis 39384 fractures but where the original authors had not been explicit that the respondents met the definition of osteoporosis based on t-score of −2.5 SD on DEXA scan. All participants, however, clearly had significant poor

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