Overview of theory health promotion model hpm

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OVERVIEW OF THEORY – HEALTH PROMOTION MODEL (HPM) (CONTINUED)Three major categories of HPM1 – Individual Characteristics and Experiences2 – Behavior-Specific Cognitions and Affect3 – Behavioral OutcomePicture received: Srof, B. J., & Velsor-Friedrich, B. (2006, October). Health Promotion in Adolescents: A Review of Pender's Health Promotion Model. Nursing Science Quarterly, 19, 366-373.
OVERVIEW OF HPM CRITIQUE UTILIZING CHINN & KRAMER’S METHOD – DESCRIPTION OF THEORYPurpose & ConceptPositive motivations with the purpose of promoting wellness, prevention and healthy lifestyles Helps nurses understand major factors that play a role in health behaviors to initiate behavioral counselingAccomplished by examining prior related behavior, likelihood of patient engaging in healthy behaviors, determining variables that impact health behavior Definition of Theory“Complementary counterpart to models of health protection” (Petiprin, 2016, para. 1)Health is a “positive dynamic state” as opposed to “absence of disease” (Petiprin, 2016, para. 1)Health promotion defined as increasing patients level of well-being
OVERVIEW OF HPM CRITIQUE UTILIZING CHINN & KRAMER’S METHOD – DESCRIPTION OF THEORY (CONTINUED)Relationship and StructureTherapeutic nurse-patient relationship established when utilizing HPMHPM encourages nurse to promote autonomy and preserve personhoodAchieved by utilizing three categories of HPM1 – Individual Characteristics and Experiences2 – Behavior-Specific Cognitions and Affect3 – Behavioral Outcome
OVERVIEW OF HPM CRITIQUE UTILIZING CHINN & KRAMER’S METHOD – DESCRIPTION OF THEORY (CONTINUED)Assumption of TheorySeven assumptions1.People express their unique potential through creating living conditions that support their uniqueness. 2.People utilize self-awareness to reflect on personal abilities. 3.People attempt to find a happy medium between stability and change to promote positive growth. 4.People self-regulate their personal behaviors. 5.People change their environment and show personal growth over time. 6.Health care professionals influence people throughout their life because they are a part of the interpersonal environment.

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