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H2020 GENDER-NET Plus: SDG3: Sex, Gender and Aging (topic 1.2) Influence of psychosocial variables in health promotion of patients with cardiovascular disease (CVD)

Resumen

Tipo:
Búsqueda de socios
Referencia:
RDES20180219001
Publicado:
09/03/2020
Resumen:
An Andalusian biomedical research institute is seeking academic partners for the GENDER-NET Plus Joint Call. They aim to study the influence of psychosocial variables in health promotion of patients with CVD (CardioVascular Disease), focusing on gender differences, since men and women experience CVD differently. With this in mind, they aim to answer to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): SDG 3 Good health and well-being to promote the integration of sex and gender analysis into research.

Details

Tittle:
H2020 GENDER-NET Plus: SDG3: Sex, Gender and Aging (topic 1.2) Influence of psychosocial variables in health promotion of patients with cardiovascular disease (CVD)
Summary:
An Andalusian biomedical research institute is seeking academic partners for the GENDER-NET Plus Joint Call. They aim to study the influence of psychosocial variables in health promotion of patients with CVD (CardioVascular Disease), focusing on gender differences, since men and women experience CVD differently. With this in mind, they aim to answer to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): SDG 3 Good health and well-being to promote the integration of sex and gender analysis into research.
Description:
The influence of emotional regulation on affective wellbeing and health perception in patients with cardiovascular disease from a gender-specific approach
Background: One of the challenges of ageing is the increase of people with chronic diseases, as is the case with cardiovascular disease (CVD), which forces those who suffers this disease to change their behaviour to healthier habits. Thus, it is considered necessary to study the influence of psychosocial variables in health promotion of patients with CVD, paying special attention to gender differences, since men and women experience CVD differently. With this in mind, the aim is to answer to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): SDG 3 Good health and well-being to promote the integration of sex and gender analysis into research.
This research proposal stems from a previous project in which the impact of self-efficacy and other psychosocial and motivational variables on health promotion of patients with CVD from a cognitive social approach was studied. Results showed significant gender differences in sociodemographic variables (e.g. educational and socioeconomic level), personality factors (e.g. type D personality), in psychosocial variables (e.g. social support), affective variables (e.g. perceived well-being and emotional regulation strategies), in motivational behavioural-related variables (e.g. diet self-efficacy, medical indications adherence or setting goals related with physical activity) and differences in perceived health condition, stress and anxiety. These differences show the need for further research to design interventions more adapted to the experience of women with CVD. Recent studies have shown that up-to-date interventions are not gender-sensitive. Conversely, they are adjusted to conclusions drawn from studies mainly composed of males.
Objective: Based on earlier results obtained in samples of patients with CVD, the objective is to analyse which psychological variables influence health, considering gender differences. Following with this research line, in this project the specific objectives are 1) to evaluate the influence of emotional regulation strategies on health in both sexes to create a health model that takes into account gender differences; 2) to analyse the efficacy of brief training in emotional regulation strategies in women with CVD and its association with the global perception of health and the level of life satisfaction -using biomedical and self-report measures-; and 3) to present a predictive model of health and well-being from the emotional regulation strategies mostly used by older women (considering a representative sample of older women).
Design: This three-year project will be organised in three phases: Phase 1: In this phase it will be analysed gender differences in emotional regulation strategies and its influence on the perception of health and well-being in patients with CVD. Phase 2: It will be conducted an experimental design (brief intervention programme on different emotional regulation strategies) by analysing the impact on the perception of health and well-being of women with CVD. Phase 3: The model will be generalised in a representative sample of the general population of older women.
Programme: GENDER-NET Plus Joint Call on Gender and UN Sustainable Development Goals. SDG3: Sex, Gender and Aging (topic 1.2). Funded through ERA-NET Cofund, with country-specific funding rates and eligibility conditions.
Deadline: EoI: 27/02/2018 (Call: 01/03/2018)
Partner sought:
Academic/ R-Y-D Partners with research experience in psychosocial variables related to health of older women, patients with CVD, aging population.
- Academic/ R-Y-D Partners with access to cohorts of elderly patients (men and women) with and without CVD.
Stage of Development:
Concept stage
Technical Specification or Expertise Sought:
- Research experience in psychosocial variables related to health
- Access to cohorts of elderly patients with and without CVD

Partner sought

Partner Sought:
- Academic/ R-Y-D Partners with research experience in psychosocial variables related to health of older women, patients with CVD, aging population. - Academic/ R-Y-D Partners with access to cohorts of elderly patients (men and women) with and without CVD.
Type of Partnership Considered:
RDR

Client

Type and Size of Client:
R-Y-D Institution
Already Engaged in Trans-National Cooperation:
No

Dissemination

Programme-call

Framwork Programme:
Health, demographic change and wellbeing
Evaluation Scheme:
ERA-NET Cofund
Coordinator Required:
No
Deadline for Call:
01/03/2018