BeskrivelseBackground: Women with previous GDM have an increased risk of developing T2DM later in life. Women are therefore urged to participate in life-long screening, 2-3 month after birth and every year, or a minimum of every third year thereafter. Electronic reminder systems have been used to strengthen the insufficient participation found in screening. However great variations in the effect of reminders exist and little is known about the actual working of the intervention.
Aim: Theorize how reminder interventions to women with previous GDM work, for whom, and in what
Methods and results:
A Realist review and synthesis found 16 articles eligible for inclusion. A cross comparison analyses identified several context-mechanism-outcome
Conclusion: Reminders have the potential to be effective in increasing participation in the screening. Our study may assist researchers, policy and decision makers to analyze and judge if reminders are feasible and/or likely to succeed in their specific context.
|Periode||4 maj 2022 → 6 maj 2022|
|Begivenhedstitel||NJF Congress 2022: Midwives promoting sexual and reproductive health and rights|
|Grad af anerkendelse||International|
Dokumenter og Links
How do reminder systems in follow-up screening for women with previous gestational diabetes work? - a realist review
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