NordicWalking in der stationären psychosomatischen Rehabilitation Adhärenz, Selbstwirksamkeit und Veränderungsbereitschaft als mögliche Prädiktoren für ein langfristig erhöhtes Aktivitätsniveau

Bechter, S.; Watzek, Dörte; Radlinger, Lorenz (2016). NordicWalking in der stationären psychosomatischen Rehabilitation Adhärenz, Selbstwirksamkeit und Veränderungsbereitschaft als mögliche Prädiktoren für ein langfristig erhöhtes Aktivitätsniveau Physioscience, 12(4), pp. 135-141. Georg Thieme Verlag 10.1055/s-0035-1567134

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Background: Promoting physical activity is an integral part of the multidisciplinary inpatient management of psychosomatic patients. Long-term treatment success can only be achieved by also long-term physical activity adherence. Objective: This study investigated whether long-term adherence related to physical activity can be improved by nordic walking and whether self-efficacy and willingness to change are predictors for long-term physical activity adherence. Method: A retrospective data analysis was conducted as part of a randomized controlled interventional study with psychosomatic inpatients. The control group was treated with a standard programme, the intervention group additionally performed a supervised nordic walking group training three times a week for at least three weeks. Activity levels were assessed at baseline and three months after discharge, self-efficacy and readiness to change were assessed at baseline and at discharge. Results: The study included 138 patients (age: 18 to 65). Three months after discharge the activity level was nor significantly different between the groups neither was it within the groups between measurements at baseline and three months after discharge. Self-efficacy and willingness to change were not predictors for long-term physical activity adherence. Conclusions: Basically, nordic walking is a suitable form of physical activity for psychosomatic patients; within the scope of inpatient treatment it does, however, not lead to an improved long-term physical activity adherence. An outpatient post-rehabilitation for adherence support is recommended.

Item Type:

Journal Article (Original Article)

Division/Institute:

School of Health Professions

Name:

Bechter, S.;
Watzek, Dörte and
Radlinger, Lorenz0000-0002-0326-6264

ISSN:

1860-3092

Publisher:

Georg Thieme Verlag

Language:

English

Submitter:

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Date Deposited:

26 Aug 2019 14:46

Last Modified:

18 Dec 2020 13:27

Publisher DOI:

10.1055/s-0035-1567134

ARBOR DOI:

10.24451/arbor.5661

URI:

https://arbor.bfh.ch/id/eprint/5661

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