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PTA Health Belief

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Key Concepts Perceived Susceptibility, Perc Severity, Perc Benefits, Perc Barriers, Cues to Action, Self-Efficacy
Perc Susceptibility opinion of their chances of getting a condition or developing a disease
perc severity opinion of how serious a condition and its sequelae are
perc benefits opinion of the efficacy of the prescribed action to dec risk or impact of the stated condition or disease
perc barriers opinion of the physical, logistical, financial and psychosocial costs of the prescribed action
cues to action strategies to activate an individuals readiness to exhibit the prescribed health behavior
self-efficacy individual's confidence in their ability to take action
Transtheoretical Model Stages of Change-Precontemplation, Contemplation, Preparation, Action, Maintenance
precontemplation thinking about it
contemplation barriers
preparation plan/Determine level
action plan specific-
Maintenance Support
Created by: mloft