My Wellbeing Journal: Keeping track of your goal

Michael Lawless, Matthew Wright-Simon, Maria Alejandra Pinero de Plaza, Tim Schultz, Rachel C. Ambagtsheer, Lucy Lewis, Mike Newman, Lynda Whiteway, Mandy Archibald, Alison Kitson, Maralyn von Thien

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Abstract

This journal’s origins:

My Wellbeing Journal came about because a dedicated group of people wanted to improve conversations between health care professionals, carers, and people living with chronic health conditions.
The journal has been co-designed by consumers, carers, and clinicians from Adelaide, South Australia, and researchers from the Caring Futures Institute, Flinders University. We are thankful to everyone who had input in the creation of this journal.
How it can help
The pages of this journal have been specially designed to help you discuss and keep track of your health and wellbeing goals. The steps in this journal can help improve the communication and interactions with your doctor and health care team.
Three ways this journal can help:
• it is your personal record of your health and wellbeing goals
• it helps you think about and prioritise how your goals match up with your health care
• it supports conversations with your health care team about your goals and preferences.
You can ask a family member or your health care provider to help or you can complete the journal entries on your own.
Original languageEnglish
Media of outputNon-traditional research output
PublisherCaring Futures Institute
Number of pages28
Place of PublicationSouth Australia
Edition1
Publication statusPublished - 1 Sept 2022

Keywords

  • Self-management (self-care)
  • chronic condition
  • multimorbidity
  • health communication
  • goal setting
  • arts-based knowledge translation

NTRO Type of Output

  • Major

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