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HPPM (health program planning models) theory

HPPM

Find and implement evidence-based interventions/curriculum

Rooted in theories

Theories try to explain what influences health behavior

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Transtheoretical model (stages of Change)

Precontemplation -
Contemplation -
Preparation -
Action -
Maintenance
Termination

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Precontemplation

not aware of problem

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Contemplation

thinking about problem

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Preparation

deciding to take action

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Maintenance

sticking to the change for 6 months or more

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Termination

imbedded practice or have stopped behavior

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BART (becoming a responsible teen)

 relies on many years of learning about what is needed to change behavior. It is based on the knowledge that information and awareness are preconditions that set the stage for change and that people learn by seeing others model the desired behaviors and values

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empowerment model

Empowering participants helps them feel more powerful, thus freeing them to make healthier behavioral and life choices.

Shared problem
Shared specific interest
Shared residence

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what if there is no theory in HPPM

theory = no assurance that changes in behavior, environment, and/or society will occur.

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6 generic tasks of HPPMs

1. Assess the needs of the priority population
2. Identify the problem
3. Develop appropriate goals and objectives
4. Find evidence-based intervention/curricula that are likely to achieve desired results (Behavior change theories are rooted in evidence-based interventions).
5. Implement the intervention
6. Evaluate the results

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Example of HPPMs

PRECEDE-PROCEED
BDI Logic Models
Social Marketing

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Examples of Behavioral Change theories

Health belief model
Social Cognitive theory
Transtheoretical model