Table 2

Proportion of AHPs in alignment with self-management support principles at baseline and improvement cycles one and two (n=18)

Self-management support principleBaseline (%)Improvement cycle one (%)Improvement cycle two (%)
1.I have knowledge about different ways to enhance self-efficacy in patients I work with4510055
2.I believe that supporting self-management is a priority in my current role9010078
3.The main way I support self-management is through giving information102322
4.Self-management support helps patients comply with their treatment programmes060
5.Patients with cognitive problems are often unable to self-manage406744
6.I believe that self-management support takes more time than usual therapy treatments404544
7.The team I work in has a clear method for including patients in their goals and treatment plans403467
8.Self-management support is difficult to deliver in an acute ward setting172011
9.I always use communication methods that facilitate patients to self-manage456778
10.I feel confident to promote self-management with orthopaedic trauma608478
11.I feel confident to promote self-management with patients with brain injury204544
12.I feel confident to support families to use different self-management strategies158467
13.I feel confident to promote the benefits and impact of self-management to other members of the MDT56755
  • MDT, multidisciplinary team.