HP 300 Midterm I Review

HP 300 Midterm I Review - HP 300 Midterm I Review *make...

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*make sure to review all diagrams for models Section 1 Health education: any combination of learning experiences designed to facilitate voluntary adaptations of behavior conducive to health o Communities, schools, patient care settings o Institutional activities and government efforts o Multiple levels of influence (1) Intrapersonal or individual factors (2) Interpersonal factors (3) Institutional or organizational factors (4) Community factors (5) Public policy factors o Reciprocal causation: behavior both influences and is influenced by the social environment Health promotion: combination of health education and related organizational, economic, and environmental supports for behavior of individuals, groups, or communities conducive to health (science/art of changing behavior/lifestyle toward a state of optimum health) Health behavior: actions of individuals, groups, and organizations (observable actions as well as mental events) o Beliefs, expectations, motives, values, perceptions, other cognitive elements; personality characteristics (affect and emotion); overt behavior patterns, actions, habits o Three Categories (1) preventative health behavior: activity undertaken by an individual who believes himself/herself to be healthy for the purpose of preventing illness (2) illness behavior: activity undertaken by an individual who perceives himself to be ill to define state of health and discover remedy (3) sick role behavior: any activity undertaken by an individual who considers self sick for the purpose of getting well Theory: set of interrelated concepts, definitions, and propositions that present a systematic view of events/situations by specifying relations among variables in order to explain and predict events or situations o Generality and testability are important o Theories and models explain behavior and suggest ways to achieve behavior change o Explanatory theory (why behavior/problem exists) vs. change theory (how to change behavior, development of interventions) o Concept: components of a theory
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