Introduction: Self-management, which rests on self-efficacy and self-care, is the cornerstone of diabetes mellitus treatment in managing blood sugar levels. Healthy behavior affects how a disease develops, therefore it's crucial to develop strategies for sustaining self-management. This study looked at the impact of spiritual diabetes self-management health coaching on patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus' levels of self-efficacy, self-care, and blood sugar.
Methods: This study was designed as a quasi-experiment with a pre-post control group. There were 210 patients with diabetes mellitus overall in the Surabaya A-Yani Islamic Hospital. 120 respondents were included in the research sample, including 60 in the intervention group and 60 in the control group. For one month, Spiritual Diabetes Self-Management Health Coaching was provided to the intervention group once daily for 60 minutes. The control group, meanwhile, received a program in accordance with hospital protocols. a parametric test is used in data analysis.
Results: The intervention group's self-efficacy, self-care, and blood sugar levels differed between the pretest and post-test results. According to the findings, the intervention group's pretest and posttest scores for the variables of self-efficacy, self-care, and blood sugar levels varied.
Conclusion: Spiritual Diabetes Self-Management Health Coaching can improve the self-efficacy and self-care of the type 2 diabetic patients; also reduce their blood sugar levels.