HLTH106_Sept27_Prevention

HLTH106_Sept27_Prevention - Prevention HLTH106: SEPTEMBER...

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HLTH106: SEPTEMBER 27, 2011 Prevention
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Health Marketing Reminder: Comment on blog by 3:30pm on Thursday September 29th Core values : Freedom, belonging, control, independence, connection, relationships Scare tactics, statistics and focusing on health do not change behavior
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How would you decide what prevention program to use?
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How do you decide what prevention program to use? Relevant Appropriate Effective
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How do you decide what intervention to use?
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What is Evidence Based? Strength of Evidence is determined by: 1. Rigor of evaluation design 2. Rigor and appropriateness of the methods used to collect and analyze the data 3. Magnitude and consistency of the effect of intervention on targeted outcomes 4. Extent to which findings can be generalized to similar populations and settings
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What makes a program Evidence Based? 1. Included in Federal Registry 2. Reported with positive effects of primary targeted outcome in peer-reviewed journals 3. Documented effectiveness supported by other sources
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Different Types of Programs Environmental Peer/family Individual
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Individual Increase knowledge about drugs Change attitudes about drug use Values clarification Refusal skills Normative education Media literacy
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D.A.R.E.
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1. Saying "No thanks" 2. Giving a reason or excuse 3. Repeated refusal, keep saying no 4. Walking away 5. Changing the subject 6. Avoiding the situation 7. Cold shoulder 8. Strength in Numbers
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This note was uploaded on 01/28/2012 for the course HLTH 160 taught by Professor A.bayley during the Fall '11 term at Maryland.

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