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8.Situational InfluencesPersonal perceptions and cognitions of any given situation or context that can facilitate or impedebehavior.They include perceptions of available options, demand characteristics, and aesthetic features of theenvironment in which given health-promoting behavior is proposed to take place.Situational influences may have direct or indirect influences on health behavior.9.Commitment to a Plan of ActionDescribes the concept of intention and identification of a planned strategy that leads toimplementation of health behavior.10.Immediate Competing Demands and PreferencesCompeting demands are alternative behaviors over which individuals have low control, becausethere are environmental contingencies such as work or family care responsibilities.Competing preferences are alternative behaviors over which individuals exert relatively highcontrol, such as choice of ice cream or an apple for a snack.11.Health Promoting Behavior
Faculty:CAMILLE LOUISE S. MANALAD, RNPage 4COLLEGE OF NURSING AND PHARMACYC-NCM 100Theoretical Foundations of NursingFirst Semester | AY 2021-2022A health-promoting behavior is an end point or action outcome that is directed toward attainingpositive health outcomes such as optimal wellbeing, personal fulfillment, and productive living.Examples of health-promoting behavior are eating a healthy diet, exercising regularly, managingstress, gaining adequate rest and spiritual growth, and building positive relationships.Health PromotionBehavior motivated by the desire to increase well-being and actualize human health potential.It is an approach to wellness.Health Protection or Illness PreventionDescribed as behavior motivated desire to actively avoid illness, detect it early, or maintain functioningwithin the constraints of illness.CTTO:Acceptance by the Nursing CommunityPracticeWellness as a nursing specialty has grown in prominence, and current state-of-the-art clinical practiceincludes health promotion education.
Faculty:CAMILLE LOUISE S. MANALAD, RNPage 5COLLEGE OF NURSING AND PHARMACYC-NCM 100Theoretical Foundations of NursingFirst Semester | AY 2021-20222. Assessment of LearningNursing professionals find the HPM relevant, as it applies across the life span and is useful in a variety ofsettings (Pender, 1996; Pender, Murdaugh, & Parsons, 2002).The model applies the formation of community partnerships with its consideration of the environmentalcontext and extends to global health promotion (Pender, Murdaugh, & Parsons, 2010).EducationIntegration of the Health Promotion Model in the curriculumResearchUsed as tool for researchApplications emphasizing the importance for the assessment of factors believed to influence healthbehavior changes.

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