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8/30/11 HP 300 Institute of Medicine Intervention Spectrum* o Prevention Universal- general population Selective- health risk groups Indicated- diagnosed o Treatment Case identification Standard treatment for known disorders o Maintenance Compliance with long term treatment (reduced relapse and recurrence) Aftercare (including rehab) The Health Belief Model o Origins, components, supporting research and limitations o Oldest models of health behavior o Developed by US Public Health Service to explain why people were not participating in TB screening o Possible explanations People have a low perceived susceptibility to TB People don’t perceive the benefits of screening o Study Hypothesis: people will be more likely to get screened if they have High perceived susceptibility to TB High perceived benefits of Screening Procedure: survey of randomly selected community residents (n=1200) in each of 3 different cities
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This note was uploaded on 03/19/2012 for the course HP 300 taught by Professor Riggs during the Fall '06 term at USC.

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