health orientation

health orientation

a nursing outcome from the Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC) defined as personal commitment to health behaviors as lifestyle priorities. See also Nursing Outcomes Classification.
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general health orientation and weight concern), (2) social motives (i.
A good land use planner with an environmental health orientation would be a welcomed addition to the design and development team dedicated to urban conditions that maximize percolation and minimize run-off during torrential precipitation.
We hypothesized that there would be marked differences in motivation among the three distance groups and between men and women, especially on physical motives such as Weight Concern and Health Orientation.
Tenders are invited for Health and Mental Health Orientation Workshops and Group Counseling Services for Refugees.
We integrate public health in our work by aligning public health orientation with primary care.
Participants are required to go through a reproductive health orientation for a deeper understanding of the risks involved with teenage pregnancy.
That manifests itself into accuracy, personalization and more of a health orientation.
These findings persisted even when adjustments were made to take into account age, gender, race/ethnicity, education, household income and health orientation.
Based on the result of this research, body image perception in infertile men not only reflects its distortion in the non-physical appearance dimensions such as health evaluation, health orientation, illness orientation and physical abilities, but also in items that are directly related to appearance such as appearance evaluation, appearance orientation, overweight preoccupation and self-classified weight.
Those who met DSM IV diagnosis for identity problem scored significantly lower in health orientation and body areas satisfaction.
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