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Health Belief Model Health Psychology
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HSC4233 Module 2 – Flashcards 10 terms
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David Dunn
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Steven Colyer
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Nursing Feb 28th – Flashcards 165 terms
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Jennifer Hawkins
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If you are trying to quit smoking, which of the following would be considered a perceived barrier to your behavior change, according to the Health Belief Model?
The majority of your friends are smokers
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An adolescent smoker might think lung cancer happens only to old people. This is an example of which factor of the health belief model?
perceived susceptibility
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Which of these is a part of health belief model? 1 Behavioral outcomes 2 Behavior-specific knowledge 3 Perception of susceptibility to an illness 4 Individual characteristics and experience
3 The health belief model is divided into three components. The first component is an individual’s perception of susceptibility to an illness. The second component is an individual’s perception of seriousness of an illness. The third component is the preventive actions taken by a person. The health promotion model focuses on behavioral outcomes, behavior-specific knowledge and affect, and individual characteristics and experience.
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Which of the following is not a construct of the Health Belief Model?
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The premise of the health belief model is that individuals will engage in preventive health behaviors depending on the individuals perception of the:
Severity of past illnesses
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A major limitation of the health belief model is that the burden of action related to health behaviors is exclusively on the aggregate. A. True B. False
B. False – A major limitation of the health belief model is that the burden of responsibility for health behaviors is on the individual client.
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Which of the following theories is based on the assumption that individual needs and related activities are the focus of nursing care? A. Orem’s self-care deficit theory B. The health belief model C. Milio’s framework D. Critical social theory
A. Orem’s self-care deficit theory is based on individual self-care needs and explains the level of nursing interventions required to assist clients to obtain optimal health. The health belief model (HBM) evolved from the premise that the world of the perceiver determines action. Milio’s framework for prevention (1976) provides a complement to the HBM and a mechanism for directing attention upstream and examining opportunities for nursing intervention at the population level. Critical social theory uses societal awareness to expose social inequalities that keep people from reaching their full potential.
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3 of 24 How does critical theory differ from other nursing theories such as the health belief model or Orem’s self-care deficit theory? a. Critical theory can be used by professionals other than nurses. b. Critical theory focuses on oppression and facilitates group action. c. Critical theory is not directly related to health promotion. d. Critical theory confronts changing an individual’s beliefs.
b. Critical theory focuses on oppression and facilitates group action. Critical theory is an approach that raises questions about oppressive situations, involves community members in the definition and solution of problems, and facilitates group interventions. The other two theories focus more on individual beliefs and choice of action.
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A patient at the community clinic asks the nurse about health promotion activities that she can do because she is concerned about getting diabetes mellitus since her grandfather and father both have the disease. This statement reflects that the patient is in what stage of the health belief model? A) Perceived threat of the disease B) Likelihood of taking preventive health action C) Analysis of perceived benefits of preventive action D) Perceived susceptibility to the disease.
The health belief model addresses the relationship between a person’s beliefs and behaviors. It provides a way of understanding and predicting how patients will behave in relation to their health and how they will comply with health care therapies. In the perceived susceptibility to the disease phase, the patient recognizes the familial link to the disease.
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What is the most important aspect of the Health Belief Model
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