Self-management of diabetes by people in Indonesia: a grounded theory study

This study aimed to generate a theory about the process of how people with diabetes learn about their disease in the Indonesian context. Data collection involved twenty-eight semi-structured interviews with twenty-six participants. The participants included people with diabetes, healthcare professionals, healthcare providers and families. The data was collected during three phases of the study between April 2016 and July 2017. All interviews were conducted in the Indonesian language and thus the process of data analysis involved both English and Indonesian languages.

The following data are stored in the secure data section of the Tropical Data Hub (TDH) archive. The interview guide is available for download from the Data link below. 

1. Interview transcripts

2. Interview recordings

3. Nvivo analysis

4. Concept maps

5. Memos and field notes

6. Informed consent forms

7. Interview guide

    Data Record Details
    Data record related to this publication Self-management of diabetes by people in Indonesia: a grounded theory study
    Data Publication title Self-management of diabetes by people in Indonesia: a grounded theory study
  • Description

    This study aimed to generate a theory about the process of how people with diabetes learn about their disease in the Indonesian context. Data collection involved twenty-eight semi-structured interviews with twenty-six participants. The participants included people with diabetes, healthcare professionals, healthcare providers and families. The data was collected during three phases of the study between April 2016 and July 2017. All interviews were conducted in the Indonesian language and thus the process of data analysis involved both English and Indonesian languages.

    The following data are stored in the secure data section of the Tropical Data Hub (TDH) archive. The interview guide is available for download from the Data link below. 

    1. Interview transcripts

    2. Interview recordings

    3. Nvivo analysis

    4. Concept maps

    5. Memos and field notes

    6. Informed consent forms

    7. Interview guide

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    • Descriptor

      Data consists of 4 zip files and the interview guide in PDF format. The zip files include:

      First data gathering.zip - contains concept maps (JPEG, PDF and MS Word formats), memos (PDF and MS Word formats), audio recordings (MP3 format), consent form (PDF format) and transcripts (MS Word format)

      Second data gathering.zip - contains concept maps (JPEG format), memos (PDF and MS Word formats), audio recordings (MP3 format), NVivo project (.nvp format), consent form (PDF format) and transcripts (MS Word format)

      Third data gathering.zip - contains concept maps (Powerpoint, JPEG and PNG formats), memo (PDF format), audio recordings (MP3 and MPEG-4 formats), consent form (PDF format), field notes (MS Word format) and transcript (MS Word format)

      NVIVO files.zip - contains 13 Nvivo project files (.nvp format) and 3 SQL server database transaction log files (.ldf format). Some of the NVivo files are labelled damaged or recovered but undamaged files are available in the folder.

      MS Word documents have also been saved in PDF format and stored in similarly named zip files for preservation purposes.

       

    • Descriptor type Note
  • Data type dataset
  • Keywords
    • diabetes mellitus
    • grounded theory
    • Indonesia
    • learning process
    • self-management
  • Funding source
    • Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Australian Government
  • Research grant(s)/Scheme name(s)
    • 13/3377 - Australia Awards Scholarship (Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Australian Government )
  • Research themes
    Tropical Health, Medicine and Biosecurity
    FoR Codes (*)
    • 11 - Medical And Health Sciences
    SEO Codes
    • 92 - Health
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  • Start Date 2015/12/22
  • End Date 2019/02/28
  • Time Period 21st Century
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  • Locations
    • Pontianak, West Kalimantan, Indonesia
    Data Locations

    Type Location Notes
    Physical Location Data files are confidential and are stored in the College of Healthcare Sciences at the JCU Townsville campus, on the researcher's external hard disk and in the secure data section of the Tropical Data Hub (TDH) archive - eResearch Centre, James Cook University, Townsville, Queensland, Australia. The interview guide is available for download from the link provided.
    Attachment Interview Guide.pdf Questions that guided the interviews (PDF format)
    The Data Manager is: Titan Ligita
    College or Centre
    Access conditions Restricted: no access
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  • Data record size 1.22 GB
  • Related publications
      Name Ligita, T., Wicking, K., Harvey, N., and Mills, J. (2018) The profile of diabetes healthcare professionals in Indonesia: a scoping review. International Nursing Review, 65 (3). pp. 349-360.
    • URL http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/inr.12418
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    Citation Ligita, Titan (2019): Self-management of diabetes by people in Indonesia: a grounded theory study. James Cook University.