health promoting behavior

health promoting behavior

a nursing outcome from the Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC) defined as personal actions to sustain or increase wellness. See also Nursing Outcomes Classification.
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Each dimension score indicates an individual's engagement in health promoting behavior in that domain.
2011), the theoretical propositions of the HPM include: Prior inherited and acquired behavioral characteristics influence beliefs, affect, and enactment of health promoting behavior.
Since the HBI-20 is an index where higher scores reflect health promoting behavior, the 6 items that assessed risk behaviors (e.
Attitudes and health promoting behavior of medical and law students.
Health promoting behavior is the desired behavioral outcome and is the end point in the Health Promotion Model.
Missing is information on and help with mobilizing one's motivation in order to make health promoting behavior change.
Adulthood Predictors of Health Promoting Behavior in Later Aging.
The Health Promoting Lifestyle Profile II (Walker, Sechrist, & Pender, 1995) measures health promoting behavior, conceptualized as a multidimensional pattern of self-initiated actions and perceptions that serve to maintain or enhance the level of wellness, self-actualization, and fulfillment of the individual.
They provide a single common mental pathway for preparing to successfully make health promoting behavior change.
The purposes of this study of patients with ESRD, therefore, were to: (a) describe pretransplant health-promoting behavior and HRQOL and posttransplant hospital resource utilization, (b) determine the relationship between health promoting behavior and HRQOL, and (c) ascertain the relationship of health promoting behavior, HRQOL, and several other variables (age, gender, and donor type) with hospital resource utilization posttransplant.
Unfortunately, the resulting health promoting behavior is dependent upon immediate competing demands, over which an individual has low control, and preferences, over which an individual has a higher level of control.
Hawkins[30] utilized canonical correlation, which along with other variables, included cigarette smoking as a health compromising behavior, and seat belt use as a health promoting behavior.

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