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Khan, Delvin; Fjerbaek, Annette; Andreasen, Jan J.; Thorup, Charlotte B.; Dinesen, Birthe – Health Education Journal, 2018
Objective: To determine how cardiac patients use the Activeheart.dk digital toolbox Methods: Mixed-methods study. A total of n = 33 cardiac surgical patients were enrolled in a study, which encouraged use of the Activeheart portal for 4 weeks after discharge. Patients were surveyed with respect to their demographic characteristics, e-health…
Descriptors: Surgery, Questionnaires, Interviews, Heart Disorders
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Howson, Alexandra; Turell, Wendy; Roc, Anne – Health Education Journal, 2018
Objective: Perceived self-efficacy (PSE) is considered a foundation for effective self-care in the context of chronic disease and illness. In order to improve patient and caregiver knowledge about self-care in B-cell non-Hodgkin's lymphoma (NHL), we designed and delivered an online, patient-focused education activity. Educational impact on PSE was…
Descriptors: Self Efficacy, Qualitative Research, Audio Equipment, Computer Software
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Brown, Maria T.; Cowart, Luvenia W. – Health Education Journal, 2018
Objective: In an effort to evaluate the effectiveness of faith-based health promotion programmes in educating African American women about breast cancer knowledge and risks, the local affiliate of a national breast cancer research foundation funded the Genesis Health Project (GHP) Network, a community-designed, culturally competent intervention,…
Descriptors: Cancer, Health Education, Risk, Health Promotion
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Lwin, May O.; Malik, Shelly; Kang, Vernon Beng Tat; Chen, Grace Peimin – Health Education Journal, 2018
Objective: This study investigated the extent to which the efficacy of a hypertension awareness programme in Singapore may differ based on age, gender, race and housing type (as proxy for income). Method: Pre- and post-programme survey responses on blood pressure (BP) knowledge and beliefs from 9,960 grade 5 students were assessed. Post-programme…
Descriptors: Hypertension, Health Education, Health Promotion, Gender Differences
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McCall, Marcy; Spencer, Elizabeth; Owen, Helen; Roberts, Nia; Heneghan, Carl – Health Education Journal, 2018
Objective: The primary aim of this overview was to synthesise results from studies including digital education and its effect on knowledge or learning outcomes, student satisfaction, student enrolment, attendance rate, course completion rate, clinical practice, health outcomes for patients and cost-effectiveness in health-care education. A…
Descriptors: Online Courses, Electronic Learning, Health Education, Outcomes of Education
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Rigg, Khary K.; Menendez, Kimberly M. – Health Education Journal, 2018
Schools are an important venue for implementing drug prevention programmes. School-based programmes have been shown to be an efficacious and cost-effective method of reducing substance use disorders among youth. There exists lack of consensus, however, regarding who makes the most effective programme providers. Drug prevention programmes are led…
Descriptors: Drug Education, Prevention, Substance Abuse, Program Effectiveness
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Kopkin, Nolan; Martin, Mirinda L; Hollar, Danielle – Health Education Journal, 2018
Objective: The Healthier Options for Public Schoolchildren (HOPS) intervention aimed simultaneously to change school policies regarding the nutritional content of school-provided meals, nutrition and healthy lifestyle curricula, and other school-based wellness activities. Researchers examined how HOPS affected students' academic achievement,…
Descriptors: Improvement, Standardized Tests, Scores, Nutrition
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Richards, Elizabeth A.; Woodcox, Stephanie – Health Education Journal, 2018
Objective: The promotion of walking could be a feasible population-level physical activity strategy because it requires little planning, is low cost and can be done year-round across settings. Community, nonprofit organisations offer one means by which to help increase walking through community programmes. The US Cooperative State Research,…
Descriptors: Counties, Physical Activities, Barriers, Self Efficacy
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Guelfi, Kym J.; Ong, Ming Jing; Peeling, Peter – Health Education Journal, 2018
Objective: To examine whether the completion of a course of study relating to preventive health and lifestyle risk factors was associated with alterations in health behaviours. Design: Within-group intervention, repeated-measures design. Setting: Health behaviours of university students studying a course focused on health and well-being. Method:…
Descriptors: Health Education, Course Content, Physical Activity Level, Eating Habits
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Grey, Elisabeth B; Gillison, Fiona B; Thompson, Dylan – Health Education Journal, 2018
Background: Generating interest in health interventions is an important first step towards engagement with health promotion and effecting behaviour change. This study explored whether framing health information about physical activity and diet from an evolutionary mismatch perspective could help to generate interest in health promotion among…
Descriptors: Health Promotion, Information Sources, Health Behavior, Behavior Change
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Omelchenko, Kira L.; Hall, Carrie A.; Gainey, Melissa E.; Olson, Gayle E. – Health Education Journal, 2018
Objectives: Cardiovascular health continues to be a leading cause of morbidity and mortality in the USA. An interprofessional collaborative team comprising university faculty and undergraduate students developed and presented a community outreach event to provide education and health screening to a diverse group of local residents. Design: An…
Descriptors: Heart Disorders, Private Colleges, Feedback (Response), Music Appreciation
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Hayball, Felicity Z.L.; Pawlowski, Charlotte Skau – Health Education Journal, 2018
Aims and objectives: The importance of childhood physical activity is widely recognised. Helping children to articulate their opinions is a crucial factor in improving their health and well-being, yet the field is predominantly focused on adult-led quantitative methods and lacks deeper understanding from a child perspective. Methods: This paper…
Descriptors: Physical Activity Level, Photography, Freehand Drawing, Health Behavior
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Morris-Paxton, Angela A.; Van Lingen, Johanna M.; Elkonin, Diane – Health Education Journal, 2017
Objective: The aim of this study was to measure possible impacts of a salutogenic lifestyle education programme on wellness and academic outcomes in a group of socioeconomically disadvantaged students in the first year of higher education. Setting: University in the Eastern Cape Province, South Africa. Methods: A mixed-methods approach was…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Life Style, Wellness, Health Promotion
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Robertson, Steve; Baker, Peter – Health Education Journal, 2017
Despite overall improvements in life expectancy, rates of premature male mortality, particularly for men in areas of socioeconomic deprivation, remain an important issue of concern in the United Kingdom. Interventions to engage men and promote their health and wellbeing have developed, albeit sporadically, over recent decades in response to this…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Males, Health Promotion, Mortality Rate
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Vanderloo, Leigh M.; Tucker, Patricia – Health Education Journal, 2017
Objective: To compare physical activity and sedentary time among young children whose schools adhere to traditional (i.e. three outdoor playtimes = 70 minutes) versus balanced day (i.e. two outdoor playtimes = ~55 minutes) schedules in Ontario full-day kindergarten classrooms. Design: The project was part of a larger, 2-year cross-sectional study.…
Descriptors: Physical Activity Level, Life Style, Young Children, Kindergarten
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