The Development a Holistic Health Promotion Model for People at Risk of Diabetes and Hypertension based on Community and People Center with Effectiveness, Uttaradit Province.

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มาลี โชคเกิด
ผาสุข แก้วเจริญตา

Abstract

           The purpose of this research and development was 1) to study the situation and  management on health promotion among risk group of diabetes and hypertension 2) to develop a holistic of health promotion model for risk group of diabetes and hypertension by using a community-centered population 3) to evaluate the holistic health model of risk group of diabetes and hypertension by using a community-centered population. The participants were local health personnel, health workers, risk group of diabetes and hypertension. There were 80 in pharse I-III  and 125 in phrase IV. Research instruments included: 1) health promotion in community questionnaire 2) holistic health promotion  evaluation for risk group of diabetes and hypertension 3) Interviewing form 4) knowledge evaluation form 5) evaluation form for a holistic of health promotion model.  Data were analyzed by using descriptive statistics and paired t-test. The qualitative data was using content analysis. Finding showed that:


  1. Health promotion activities for the risk group of diabetes and hypertension in Uttaradit province based on Thailand Health Lifestyle Strategy. This focused on screening and behavioral modification with the limited time and lack of networking participation.

  2. The Holistic Health Promotion Model for the risk group of Diabetes and Hypertension based on Community and People Center with Effectiveness included 1) policy formulation 2) determination goal of networking 3) appointment of committee 4) strategic planning  5) budget management 6) the community-centered workshop on health promotion for the risk group of diabetes and hypertension 7) promoting of multi-sectorial participation 8) monitoring and evaluation 9) learning exchange forum.

  3. A total score of the health promotion model was found in the most appropriate level (= 4.87, SD =0.35 ). Also, after implementation of the model, the average score of participants’ health promoting potential was increased than those before participating in the program at the significant level of .05 (p<.05).

 


 

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