How do people with knee pain from osteoarthritis respond to a brief video delivering empowering education about the condition and its management?
Thorlene Egerton, Liam McLachlan, Bridget Graham, Joanne Bolton, Jenny Setchell, Camille E Short, Christina Bryant, Kim L Bennell
PATIENT EDUCATION AND COUNSELING | ELSEVIER IRELAND LTD | Published : 2021
OBJECTIVE: To evaluate responses by people with knee osteoarthritis to a brief educational video about their condition that aimed to empower and motivate effective self-management. The video content addressed psychosocial contributors to pain and barriers to behaviour change. METHODS: A mixed methods design, including a survey and semi-structured interviews, was used to collect data from 118 people (46-83 years, 78% female) with knee osteoarthritis. RESULTS: Quantitative data analysis showed the video was rated positively on 0-6 scales for enjoyability (mean 5.0), helpfulness (4.9), relevance (5.0) and believability (5.4). The majority would recommend the video (89%), learned new information..View full abstract
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Awarded by National Health & Medical Research Council Centre for Research Excellence in Translational Research
This work was supported by 1) the National Health & Medical Research Council Centre for Research Excellence in Translational Research (#1079078) , and 2) Melbourne School of Health Sciences Internal Research Grant 2019.