Using Web-Based Instruction and Self-regulation to Health Promotion and Prevention Breast Cancer in Working Women

Authors

  • Panisara Songwatthananyuth Prachomklao College of Nursing, Phetchaburi province
  • Kamonpun Watthanakorn Prachomklao College of Nursing, Phetchaburi province
  • Phatchararin Niamkoet Prachomklao College of Nursing, Phetchaburi province

Keywords:

web-based instruction, self-regulation, health promotion, breast cancer, working women

Abstract

Promoting breast cancer prevention among working women is essential in order not to be fatal. Nurses play an important role in promoting breast cancer prevention health in working women by using the web site instruction and Bandura's self-regulatory theory. There are 4 steps: Step 1: Assess and enhance understanding. Step 2: Develop skills. Step 3 Decide and set goals, and step 4 self-regulation and reinforcement. It helps working women to understand themselves. Web-site instruction helps improve knowledge, demonstrations, practice skills in behavior modification with continuous monitoring via LINE or Facebook to exchange and learn from experience. It helps to boost morale and understanding behavioral

practices, help working women to find solutions to problems together, apply new knowledge to the point of practicing, and changes lifestyle until able to reduce the risk of breast cancer in the future.

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Published

24-04-2021

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Songwatthananyuth ป, Watthanakorn ก, Niamkoet พ. Using Web-Based Instruction and Self-regulation to Health Promotion and Prevention Breast Cancer in Working Women. J Royal Thai Army Nurses [Internet]. 2021 Apr. 24 [cited 2022 May 25];22(1):56-64. Available from: https://he01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/JRTAN/article/view/243120

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