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& The Health Promotion TheoryNED 500THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS OF NURSINGPresented by: CLAIRE C. AVELINO, RN
Nola J. Pender, PhD., RN, MAN, FAAN Michigan State University Bachelors-1964 Michigan State University Masters-1965 Northwestern University, PhD.-1969 Co-founder of Midwest Nursing Research Society Distinguished Professor:Loyola University Chicago,School of Nursing Health promoting studies: mid 1970’s Health promotion model (HPM):1982, revised in 1996
Health Promotion Model (HPM)Positive motivation vs. Negative Intervene before disease state Health Promotion Behavior motivatedDesire to increase well-beingApproach to wellnessHealth Protection/Disease Prevention Behavior motivatedDesire to avoid illnessEarly detectionMaintain function if illness exists
Individual Characteristics & Experiences Manifested by prior behaviorSeeks to identify past behavior to assess possibility of changeIdentify personal factors that need adjustingFormulates plan of action based on prior behavior & personal factors