Facilitators and barriers associated with non-adherence to physical activity in people with chronic diseases in the hillside area of ​​the city of Santiago de Cali - Colombia, 2017.
ISPAH ePoster Library. Andres Quiroz C. Oct 16, 2018; 225041; 327
Dr. Carlos Andres Quiroz
Dr. Carlos Andres Quiroz
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Abstract Purpose:<\b>
Determine the facilitators and barriers associated with non-adherence to physical activity in people with chronic diseases such as diabetes, hypertension and obesity, in the hillside area of ​​the city of Santiago de Cali - Colombia, 2017. Methods:<\b>
Case-control study with 268 adults, 134 cases and 134 controls with ages between 60 and 69 years, female predominance (84%). All people had to be 6 months in the program of chronic diseases of the health system of the hillside and to have received prescription of Physical Activity. Cases and controls were determined with the level of physical activity through the IPAQ instrument. Facilitators and barriers were considered through a survey of behavioral factors, health, quality of life (EQ-5D), cognitive, psychological, demographic, social, environmental, and health service. A Multivariate analysis was performed through logistic regression, Odds Ratio (OR) with 95% CI was estimated. Results:<\b>
Facilitators for adherence (OR <1), perceive a good state of health, adequate spaces for physical activity, self-care of health, periodic physical activity. The barriers to adherence (OR> 1): living alone, considering the unimportant prescription, insecurity of the area. Conclusion:<\b>
Be Perceived with good quality of life, having physical activity programmed by the health system and adequate and safe environments, facilitate adherence; while not belonging to a family group, not considering the physical activity prescription important and to be in insecure areas, limit adhesion.
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