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Health Belief Model

Assumes that people Fear of diseases, eg TB. Actions determined by degrees of fear vs barriers to action
- perceived susceptibility
- perceived severity
- perceived benefit
- perceived barriers
- cue to action (triggers one's readiness)
- self-efficacy (confidence)

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Theory of Reasoned Action

-most important determinants is a person's behavioral intention, which is determined by
- attitude
- normative beliefs
- whether influential others approve or disapprove of performing the behavior

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Theory of Planned Behavior

- extension of Reasoned Action Model
- added perceived behavioral control

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Social learning (cognitive) Theory

- Behavior is explained in a dynamic interaction of
- personal
- environmental
- behavior influences
"reciprocal determinism "
- also learning from observing others

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Trams-theoretical Model
"Readiness for Change"
Temporal dimension, stages of change

1. Pre-contemplation
2. Contemplation
3. Preparation
4. Action
5. Maintenance

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Fogg Behavior Model

- Motivation
Most difficult to influence
- Ability
- Trigger
Easiest to do
Focus on trigger first!

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Rothman's Typology

Social action
Social planning
Locality development

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For smoking cessation,
Actions at pre- contemplation stage

Discussing the risk of an unhealthy behavior

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For smoking cessation,
Actions at contemplation stage

Offer personalized assessment of the pt's risk

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For smoking cessation,
Actions at preparation stage

Pt is ready to develop an action plan. The action plan should included a quit date.

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For smoking cessation,
Actions at action and maintenance stages

-Encouragement for sustaining the behavior
-Relapse prevention plan