health beliefs

health beliefs

a nursing outcome from the Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC) defined as personal convictions that influence health behaviors. See also Nursing Outcomes Classification.
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Larger, nationally representative studies are warranted to further explore CM use for children and to determine if the association between vaccine uptake and CM use are due to CM practitioner attitudes to vaccination or parental health beliefs.
The Health Belief Model is an essential and exact pattern that is used to determine the relationship between health beliefs and behavior, and is also the most important model that is used in the development and design of prevention programs.
that reported on the oral care practices and oral health beliefs of professional caregivers of non-medical in-home care companies.
6) The view that traditional health beliefs and practices are something inferior from the past and are a complicating factor in direct conflict with the Western approach to health care is prevalent among many health professionals.
The effects of breast cancer educational intervention on knowledge and health beliefs of women 40 years and older, Isfahan, Iran.
Education, Social Factors, and Health Beliefs in Health and Health Care Services
But all it takes is for someone to get ill or injured and the personal health beliefs come roaring into play.
conducted an exploratory qualitative study to investigate the health beliefs held by patients with foot ulceration at a leprosy hospital in Nepal.
The purpose of this study was to assess the relationship between college student's behavior, health beliefs, norms, and intentions to use e-cigarettes by gender and race.

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