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Kim and Yoon: The Effect of a Health Promotion Program through Multi-level Health Promotion

Abstract

Purpose

This study was carried out to investigate the effects of improvement in self-rated health, self-efficacy, perceived benefit and health promotion behavior by running a health promotion program through the coalition of industries, universities and districts.

Methods

This study was designed as non-equivalent control group research. Data were collected from 62 participants in a health promotion program who were enrolled in a community center (experimental group: 29, control group: 33). The program was applied from October to November, 2008. The health promotion program was composed of value, competence, action, and policy based on a multi-level health promotion model. Collected data were analyzed through χ2 test, t-test, and Wilcoxon test.

Results

After participating in the health promotion program, the experiment group showed statistically significant increases in self-efficacy, perceived benefit and health promotion behavior but not in self-rated health.

Conclusion

It was proven that the health promotion program enhanced the health promotion level in the community.

Figures and Tables

Figure 1
Conceptual framework.
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Table 1
Health Promotion Program
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Table 2
Related Factors of General Characteristics between Experimental and Control Groups
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Exp.=experimental group; Cont.=control group.

Table 3
Homogeneous Test for Self-rated Health, Self-efficacy, Perceived Benefit, Health Promotion Behavior
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Table 4
Difference of Self-rated Health, Self-efficacy, Perceived Benefit between Experimental and Control Groups
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Exp.=experimental group; Cont.=control group.

Table 5
Difference of Health Promotion Behavior between Experimental and Control Groups
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