Health Promotion Model

Health Promotion Model

A theory of nursing developed by Nola J. Pender that focuses on health promotion and disease prevention. The HPM can be used to structure nursing protocols and interventions that will help clients to develop skill and confidence in caring for themselves and their dependents and ultimately to live healthier and more productive lives.
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In the revised Health Promotion Model (Pender, 1996), interpersonal influence is viewed as a behavioral cognition which affects an individual's commitment to a plan of action and therefore, to a health promoting behavior.
17] The Health Promotion Model proposed by Pender is not based on one specific definition of health but rather includes individual perceptions of a definition of health.
Pender's health promotion model and Rogers' diffusion of innovation theory were used to guide the development and completion of this project.
The theoretical framework for this study was based on Pender's health promotion model (1996).
2006), Health Promotion in Adolescents: A Review of Pender's Health Promotion Model.
The Health Promotion Model (HPM) is well suited for the development of a health promotion plan for people with CKD in Southern Ontario.
Beattie's Health Promotion Model (1991) (see Figure 1) provided a theoretical framework for the question posed by the learning set: 'How could casework and community-based public health work responsibilities of health visitors be delivered through a children's centre integrated team provision?
Pender's Health Promotion Model was developed to identify characteristics that result in health promotion.
Pender's (1996, 2002) Health Promotion Model will be used by the faith community nurses to guide their interventions.
The theoretical basis of the study is the health promotion model (Pender, Murdaugh & Parsons, 2002:7).
s (2006) health promotion model includes several interrelated biopsychosocial variables that influence individuals in their efforts to engage in health-promoting behaviors.

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