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Tuesday Notes

by: Carmen Saulsberry

Tuesday Notes 375

Carmen Saulsberry
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This is the notes from today. The main topic is the Health Belief Model
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Date Created: 09/29/15
Sunday December 13 y DPH 375 Introduction to Theory Health Belief Model 39 First designed to encourage people to take action towards positive health Emphasizes the role of perceptions of vulnerability to an illness and the potential effectiveness in treatment 39 Theory helps us predict things because it gives us a road map or guidance to the problem Perceived Susceptibility 0 Belief that an individual has about the chances of getting a condition High perceived susceptibility more likely is willing to change 39 Low perceived susceptibility less likely is willing to change 39 Perceived Susceptibility Perceived Severity Perceived Threat21 Perceived Severity 39 Belief about the seriousness of a condition and its consequences Perceived Bene ts 39 Belief about the effectiveness of taking action to reduce risk or sedousness 39 Don t trust the preventive measures of an illness example vaccines Perceived Bene ts Perceived Barriers Likeliness to take action Sunday December 13 y Perceived Barriers 39 Beliefs about the material and psychological costs of taking action Example Joining a gym and the gym membership is too high that s considered a barrier Example A gym offers free membership but it s a 25 minute drive the drive is the barrier Cues to Action 39 Any factors that activate readiness to change 39 Processes of change are cues to action 39 Sometimes the most effective cue to action involves a person s own readiness 39 In this step the individual is in preparation to make change SelfEf cacy Con dence in one s ability to take oaction


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