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collectively implies that people’s attitudes, social standards and cognition directly affect behavioral changes. Pender’s Health Promotion Model was developed not as a preventative measure but developed after illnesses were already in existence. With this known Pender’s model was used as a supplemental theory in treatment rather than for prevention. Pender used positive reinforcement for change versus fear or negative outcomes. With the person/client being the focus of this model Pender believed that the person’s view on health was vitally important in the health promotion outcomes. With this knowledge base it is important that the person believe they are capable of health promotion in order to follow through, if their mind set is that they are incapable of something they will not follow through with the change, however, Pender believes that once a person has a mindset they will follow through with
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NOLA PENDER 16 the change. According to McCutcheon (2016) the more confident a person is regarding a specific action the more likely they are to follow through with healthy behaviors. This article addresses HPV education directly with regard to Pender’s model; directly correlating education as an empowerment tool. Some examples given for education are a presentation of signs and symptoms of HPV, treatment, complications of HPV, information regarding vaccinations, vaccination locations, and handing out free condoms. This directly leads back to Pender’s model, essentially knowledge is power in health promotion and that is what Pender’s model is all about.
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NOLA PENDER 17 Article 2 da Silva Santos, A., Amaral Viana, M. C., Camelo Chaves, E. M., de Morais Bezerra, A., Gonçalves Júnior, J., & Ribeiro Tamboril, A. C. (2018). Educational technology based on nola pender: Promoting adolescent health. Journal of Nursing UFPE / Revista de Enfermagem UFPE, 12 (2), 582–588. - v12i2a22609p582-588-2018 Educational Technology Based on Nola Pender: Promoting Adolescent Health This article was written to assist nursing in the education of HPV vaccination based on Nola’s health promotion model. It discussed the lack of awareness parents and young teens have regarding the issue. It discussed the need for education and we as nurses and healthcare providers are required to educate our patient’s. In order for vaccine adherence to the human papillomavirus to take place consciously, it is necessary to use educational technology in order to clarify the benefits and adverse effects of the vaccine by supporting health promotion. Educational technologies are defined as a systematic set of scientific knowledge that enables the planning, execution, control and follow-up of the educational process. Among the Nursing models and theories that can be applied to develop nursing education technology, the Pender Health Promotion Model, which provides a simple and clear structure, allows for the planning, intervention and evaluation of actions of Nursing (da Silva Santos, et al., 2018).
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NOLA PENDER 18 Article 3 de Araújo Gama, G., Soares Figueiredo Trezza, M. C., da Silva Rodrigues, P. M., & de Melo Cezar Alves, K. (2016). Health promotion in pregnancy: Enforcement of nola pender
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