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Strating, Mathilde M. H.

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Works: 7 works in 8 publications in 2 languages and 12 library holdings
Roles: Author, Other
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Most widely held works by Mathilde M. H Strating
Facing the challenge of rheumatoid arthritis : a 13-year prospective study among patients and cross-sectional study among partners by Mathilde M.H Strating( Book )

2 editions published in 2006 in English and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Elderly patients' decision-making embedded in the social context: a mixed-method analysis of subjective norms and social support by Kirti D Doekhie( )

1 edition published in 2020 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Who is on the primary care team? Professionals' perceptions of the conceptualization of teams and the underlying factors: a mixed-methods study by Kirti D Doekhie( )

1 edition published in 2017 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The development and psychometric validation of the self-efficacy and performance in self-management support (SEPSS) Instrument( )

1 edition published in 2016 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Abstract: Aim: To develop and psychometrically test the self-efficacy and performance in self-management support (SEPSS) instrument. Background: Facilitating persons with a chronic condition to take an active role in the management of their condition, implicates that nurses acquire new competencies. An instrument that can validly and reliably measure nurses' performance and their perceived capacity to perform self-management support is needed to evaluate current practice and training in self-management support. Design: Instrument development and psychometric testing of the content and construct validity, factor structure and reliability. Methods: A literature review and expert consultation (N = 17) identified the content. The items were structured according to the Five-A's model and an overarching category of 'overall' competencies. The initial instrument was tested in a sample of 472 nurses and 51 nursing students from Belgium and the Netherlands, between June 2014-January 2015. Results: Confirmatory factor analyses revealed satisfactory fit indices for the six-factor structure. Discriminating power was demonstrated for subgroups. The overall internal consistency (Cronbach's alpha) was high both for the self-efficacy and the performance items. The test-retest intra-class correlation coefficients were good. Conclusion: The SEPSS instrument is a 36-item, Likert-scaled self-reporting instrument with good content and construct validity, and good internal consistency reliability and good test-retest reliability. Therefore, it is a promising instrument to measure self-efficacy and performance with regard to self-management support
Betere transitiezorg voor jongeren met chronische aandoeningen : evaluatie onderzoek van het Actieprogramma Op Eigen Benen Voortuit! by Mathilde M. H Strating( Book )

1 edition published in 2013 in Dutch and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Facing the challenge of rheumatoid arthritis:A 13-year prospective study among patients and cross-sectional study among partners by Mathilde Marchien Hiltje Strating( )

1 edition published in 2006 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Differences in physical, psychological and social outcomes between rheumatoid arthritis patients of the same age with similar disease severity are frequently observed and cannot be explained by disease-related factors alone. Medical sociologists suggest that this intra-individual variation can be explained by other factors next to disease-related factors, such as psychological and social factors. This research examines the contribution of disease-related, psychological and social factors in explaining individual differences in outcomes. The aim of the study is 1) the investigation of the pattern, pace and direction of the pathway from disease to disability and subjective well-being and 2) to describe the effect of the disease process on the patient’s partner as well as the interaction between the patient’s and partner’s functioning on each others well-being. These research questions are examined with longitudinal data from the international project EUropean Research on Incapacitating DIseases and Social Support (EURIDISS) collected among rheumatoid arthritis patients in the Netherlands and with cross-sectional data collected among their partners. Mathilde Strating (1978) studied Human Movement Sciences at the University of Groningen, the Netherlands. She conducted the present research at the Interuniversity Center for Social Science Theory and Methodology (ICS) in Groningen, the Netherlands
The influence of organizational characteristics on employee solidarity in the long-term care sector( )

1 edition published in 2012 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Abstract cramm j.m., strating m.m.h. & nieboer a.p. (2013) The influence of organizational characteristics on employee solidarity in the long-term care sector. Journal of Advanced Nursing69(3), 526-534. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2648.2012.06027.x Abstract Aim. This article is a report of a study that identifies organizational characteristics explaining employee solidarity in the long-term care sector. Background. Employee solidarity reportedly improves organizations' effectiveness and efficiency. Although general research on solidarity in organizations is available, the impact of the organizational context on solidarity in long-term care settings is lacking. Design. Cross-sectional survey. Method. The study was carried out in Dutch long-term care. A total of 313 nurses, managers and other care professionals in 23 organizations were involved. Organizational characteristics studied were centralization, hierarchical culture, formal and informal exchange of information and leadership style. The study was carried out in 2009. Findings. All organizational characteristics significantly correlated with employee solidarity in the univariate analyses. In the multivariate analyses hierarchical culture, centralization, exchange of formal and informal information and transformational leadership appears to be important for solidarity among nurses, managers and other professionals in long-term care organizations, but not transactional and passive leadership styles. Conclusion. The study increased our knowledge of solidarity among nurses, managers and other professionals in the long-term care settings. Organizational characteristics that enhance solidarity are high levels of formal and informal information exchange, less hierarchical authority, decentralization and transformational leadership styles
 
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