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IUB SPH-R 142 - Changing Behaviors

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Health Belief ModelHealth behaviors are influenced by:Perceived susceptibilityPerceived seriousness of consequencesPerceived benefits of specific actionPerceived barriers to taking actionAll of these considerations enter into your decision making process when making health related behavior change decisionsCreating a behavior change planAccept responsibility for your own health and make a commitment to changeTo do this:Set goalsDevelop action stepsIdentify benefitsIdentify positive enablersSign a behavior change contractCreate benchmarksIndividual choice versus societal responsibilityWhen choosing a personal behavior or supporting or opposing a public policyWhat is the risk to the individual and or the communityHow strong is the oppositionTime ManagementSph-R 142 1st Edition Lecture 9 Current LectureLifeline Law ExpansionImmunity in case of any medical emergency Covers person in need of help TrendsSocial mediaAppsSpeakers/ first hand accounts Peer to peer messagingEvents Individual behavior change Law enforcementCreating barriers Combine education with entertainmentScare tactics?Alcohol free alternatives- wine/beer tasting?Trends Strengths: marketing and partnershipsWeaknesses: details on implementation Other: focus on individual behavior and/or choice over environment external motivators more than internal Health and WellnessThese notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor’s lecture. GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes, not as a substitute.Health: state of complete physical, mental, social, and spiritual well-beingWellness: process of adapting patterns of behavior that can lead to improved health and heightened life satisfaction  Health Belief Model- Health behaviors are influenced by:o Perceived susceptibility o Perceived seriousness of consequences o Perceived benefits of specific action o Perceived barriers to taking action - All of these considerations enter into your decision making process when making health related behavior change decisions  Creating a behavior change plan - Accept responsibility for your own health and make a commitment to change- To do this:o Set goalso Develop action stepso Identify benefitso Identify positive enablerso Sign a behavior change contracto Create benchmarks  Individual choice versus societal responsibility - When choosing a personal behavior or supporting or opposing a public policy o What is the risk to the individual and or the community o How strong is the opposition Time


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