Thesis - University Access Only
Master of Science (MS)
midwestern health behavior, midwestern health attitudes, midwestern health promotion, risk factors of coronary heart diesease
Perceived health status, perceived healthy lifestyle, value of health, and selected demographics were analyzed for their relationship to. health-promoting behaviors in 143 adults between the ages of 28 and 86. The non-probability sample was obtained from adults who attended nurse-managed cardiac risk screening clinics. The Health Promotion Lifestyle Profile (Walker, Sechrist, and Pender, 1987) was the instrument used to determine participation in health-promotion activities. The Cronbach's alpha for the study was 0.91.
Major findings of this investigation included evidence of a significant relationship between the variables of age, perceived health status and perceived healthy lifestyle and the individual's participation in health-promoting behaviors. These findings have implications for nursing and further research. These findings also support, in part, the relationships proposed in the Health Promotion Model.
I give my permission to the College of Nursing, South Dakota State University, to publish this abstract in a collection of abstracts from master's projects and theses.
Library of Congress Subject Headings
Health behavior -- Middle West
Health attitudes -- Middle West
Health promotion -- Middle West
Coronary heart disease -- Risk factors
Number of Pages
South Dakota State University
Copyright © 1994 Diana Berkland. All rights reserved
Berkland, Diana L., "Health-promoting Behaviors of Adults Who Attend Nurse-managed Cardiac Risk Screening Clinics in the Rural Midwest" (1994). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 692.