Effect of Health Education Program Applied Disease Prevention and Social Support Motivation on the Behavior of Prevention of Complications from Chronic NCDs in the Elderly with Chronic Non-communicable Diseases in the Area of Muang Surin District Surin Province
Quasi-experimental research two groups were measured before and after the experiment. To study the
effects of health education programs applying disease prevention incentives and social support. In promoting behavior of prevention of complications from chronic NCDs in the elderly with chronic non-communicable diseases In the area of Muang Surin District Surin Province. The sample were elderly, both male or female with chronic non-communicable diseases. Who came to be examined at the clinic for the elderly Surin Hospital, 60 people, divided into the experimental group and the control group, 30 people each. A health education program applying disease prevention motivation and social support and a behavioral questionnaire on prevention of complications from NCDs for elderly with NCDs. Data collected from January to April 2020 takes 12 weeks. Analyze personal information with descriptive statistics. Comparison of mean score, behavior of prevention of complications from chronic NCDs. In elderly with chronic non-communicable diseases with paired t-test and Independent t-test statistics.
The results showed that after the experiment, the experimental group had mean scores of preventive behaviors from chronic NCDs. Higher than the control group Statistically significant (p <0.001) and after the experiment. The experimental group had mean score for prevention behavior of complications from NCDs. Was significantly higher than before the experiment (p <0.001).
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