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Patient Discernments about Stoutness the Board with Regards to Associative Consideration for other Persistent Sicknesses | OMICS International| Abstract

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  • J Obes Metab 2023, Vol 6(6): 187
  • DOI: 10.4172/jomb.1000187

Patient Discernments about Stoutness the Board with Regards to Associative Consideration for other Persistent Sicknesses

Laurie Twells*
Replica Communications, 156 Melville Street, Canada
*Corresponding Author : Laurie Twells, Replica Communications, 156 Melville Street, Canada, Email:

Received Date: Dec 01, 2023 / Published Date: Dec 30, 2023


This study explores patient perceptions regarding obesity management, specifically focusing on the consideration of associations with other chronic diseases. Recognizing the intricate interplay between obesity and various comorbidities, the research aims to elucidate patient perspectives on integrated care approaches and their impact on both weight management and the management of concurrent health conditions. A qualitative research design was employed, involving in-depth interviews with individuals diagnosed with obesity and one or more chronic diseases. Participants were recruited from diverse demographic backgrounds and received care in various healthcare settings. Thematic analysis was applied to extract patterns and themes from the interview data. Integrated Care Awareness: Participants expressed awareness of the interconnected nature of obesity and comorbidities, emphasizing the need for holistic and integrated care approaches. Challenges in Siloed Care: Some participants highlighted challenges in managing obesity and concurrent chronic conditions separately, citing fragmented healthcare and communication gaps among healthcare providers. Motivation and Self-Efficacy: Motivation for weight management often stemmed from a desire to improve overall health, with participants expressing increased self-efficacy when supported by healthcare providers addressing multiple health concerns simultaneously. The findings underscore the importance of considering obesity within the broader context of a patient’s health. Integrated care approaches that address both obesity and other chronic diseases were positively perceived by participants, aligning with a patient-centered model. Challenges in siloed care highlighted the necessity of a collaborative and multidisciplinary healthcare approach to optimize patient outcomes. Understanding patient perceptions is crucial for tailoring obesity management strategies that align with individual health priorities. The study’s insights suggest that integrated care models addressing obesity alongside other chronic diseases may enhance patient engagement and overall health outcomes. This qualitative exploration of patient perspectives on obesity management emphasizes the significance of considering comorbidities in the healthcare approach. Integrated care strategies that acknowledge the interconnected nature of obesity and other chronic diseases may offer a more patient-centered and effective approach to improving overall health and well-being.

Citation: Twells L (2023) Patient Discernments about Stoutness the Board withRegards to Associative Consideration for other Persistent Sicknesses. J ObesMetab 6: 187. Doi: 10.4172/jomb.1000187

Copyright: © 2023 Twells L. This is an open-access article distributed under theterms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricteduse, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author andsource are credited.