Handbook of Health Behavior Research IV: Relevance for Professionals and Issues for the Future

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David S. Gochman
Springer Science & Business Media, Oct 31, 1997 - Medical - 532 pages
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Volume 4 considers the importance of health behavior research in practical settings. Particularly notable are treatments of the "narrative approach", the taxonomy of health behavior, and the organization of health behavior knowledge. Each volume features extensive supplementary and integrative material prepared by the editor, the detailed index to the entire four-volume set, and a glossary of health behavior terminology.
 

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Contents

PROFESSIONAL TRAINING AND PRACTICE
1
Relevance of Health Behavior Research to Training and Practice in the Health Professions An Overview
7
Education Reform for Health Professionals
10
Health Behavior as a Relevant Vehicle for Teaching
11
ProblemBased and ValueBased Learning
13
HEALTH BEHAVIOR COMPETENCIES FOR FUTURE HEALTH PRACTITIONERS
14
Assessing Individual and Family Health Risks
15
Intervening to Modify Health Risks
16
FUTURE DIRECTIONS IN HEALTH CARE MANAGEMENT
193
Continuum of Care
194
HEALTH BEHAVIOR RESEARCH NEEDS OF HEALTH CARE MANAGERS
195
ConsumerPatient Research
196
Provider Behavior Research
197
REFERENCES
199
Paternalism and Health Behavior
203
DIFFERENT TYPES OF PATERNALISM
204

Promoting Healthful Behaviors
17
NEW SATISFACTIONS AND PRIORITIES OF FUTURE HEALTH PRACTITIONERS
19
Broader Ethic of Responsibility
20
REFERENCES
21
Health Behavior Research and Medical Training A New Paradigm
25
A NEED FOR A NEW PARADIGM OF HEALTH IN MEDICAL EDUCATION
26
External Forces
28
Internal Forces or Structural Impediments
29
Innovative Programs Influenced by Health Behavior Research
31
Patient Education and Community Health Promotion
32
ROLE OF COMMUNICATION SKILLS IN DISSEMINATING HEALTH BEHAVIOR INFORMATION
33
Past Research
34
ROLE OF METAANALYSIS
37
MetaAnalytical Methods
38
Recommendations for Future Research on Health Behavior
39
CONCLUSION
40
Health Behavior Research What Physicians Must Know
43
FUTURE DIRECTIONS IN MEDICAL TRAINING
44
RELEVANT KNOWLEDGE
45
RELEVANT CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORKS
46
LESSONS FROM HEALTH BEHAVIOR RESEARCH
47
A MODEL CURRICULUM
49
FUTURE RESEARCH ISSUES
50
Health Behavior Research and Medical Training and Practice A Social Context
53
THE NEW HEALTH REALITY
54
HEALTH BEHAVIOR RESEARCH AND MEDICAL TRAINING
56
HEALTH BEHAVIOR RESEARCH AND MEDICAL PRACTICE
60
PHYSICIAN BEHAVIOR IN THE HEALTH CARE SYSTEM
65
IMPLICATIONS FOR FUTURE HEALTH BEHAVIOR RESEARCH
70
REFERENCES
72
Relevance of Health Behavior Research for Nursing
75
RELEVANCE OF HEALTH BEHAVIOR RESEARCH FOR NURSING PRACTICE
76
HEALTH BEHAVIOR RESEARCH AND NURSING MODELS
78
Interaction Model of Client Health Behavior
80
Theory of CareSeeking Behavior
82
HealthPromoting SelfCare System Model
83
Resource Model of Preventive Health Behavior
84
Nursing Priorities
85
Study Designs and Threats to Internal and External Validity
91
Summary
92
Rationale for Specific Nursing Diagnoses
94
Didactic Focus for Nursing Students
97
Graduate Nursing Education
98
Summary
99
REFERENCES
100
Health Behavior Research and Social Work
103
Practice and Research
104
TRAINING OF SOCIAL WORKERS
109
Course Content
110
SCHOLARLY ACTIVITIES IN SOCIAL WORK
111
Selected Lines of Social Work Research in Health Behavior
113
SUMMARY AND CONCLUSION
115
Health Behavior Research and Oral Health
121
CONTEXTS FOR BEHAVIORS
122
FOUNDATIONS FOR BEHAVIORS
124
ORAL HEALTH BEHAVIORS
126
Sick Role Behaviors Anxiety and Fear and Behavioral Responses to Chronic Conditions
132
SelfDestructive Behaviors
134
SPECIAL POPULATIONS
135
Older Adults
136
Disabled Patients
137
RESEARCH ISSUES
138
REFERENCES
139
Relevance of Health Behavior Research to Health Promotion and Health Education
143
EVOLUTION OF THE PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE OF HEALTH PROMOTION AND HEALTH EDUCATION
144
Interdisciplinary Scientific Foundations
145
Health Behavior Knowledge in Professional Training
146
HEALTH PROMOTION AND HEALTH EDUCATION PRACTICE
148
Theoretical and Empirical Foundations
149
Multilevel Perspective on Health Behavior
151
Populations with Special Needs
152
Improving Adherence to Mammography at Worksites
154
MAJOR RESEARCH AND METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES
157
FUTURE DIRECTIONS
158
REFERENCES
159
Relevance of Health Behavior Research to Public Health Professionals
163
MID1990s CONTEXT
165
CURRENT CONTROVERSIES
167
ORGANIZATION OF THE FIELD OF PUBLIC HEALTH
169
Epidemiology and Biostatistics
170
Environmental Health Sciences
172
Nutrition
173
Exercise Science
174
Maternal and Child Health
175
RESEARCH ISSUES
176
REFERENCES
177
HEALTH MANAGEMENT AND HEALTH POLICY
181
Health Services Management and Health Behavior
187
HEALTH CARE MANAGEMENT AND THE STATUS OF HEALTH BEHAVIOR RESEARCH
189
Health Behavior and the Consumer
190
Health Behavior and Physicians
191
Health Behavior and Organizational Settings
192
VALUE PREMISES
206
IDENTIFICATION AND ANALYSIS OF ETHICAL CONFLICTS
207
BALANCING ETHICAL COSTS AND BENEFITS
209
CONCLUDING REMARKS
211
REFERENCES
212
Health Policy Health Behavior and Injury Control
215
INDIVIDUAL BEHAVIOR
216
Law
219
CORPORATE BEHAVIOR
220
GOVERNMENT BEHAVIOR
225
CONCLUSION
228
Health Policy and Smoking and Tobacco Use
231
Who Smokes?
232
WHY DO PEOPLE SMOKE?
233
Noncognitive Theories of Smoking Behavior
234
Informed Choice
235
Information and Education
236
Economic Incentives
241
Restrictions on Tobacco
243
METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES RELEVANT TO TOBACCO POLICY RESEARCH
247
RESEARCH AND POLICY ISSUES
248
PLANNED APPLICATIONS
253
Health Behavior Research and School and Youth Health Promotion
263
RATIONALE FOR YOUTH HEALTH PROMOTION
264
A MODEL OF YOUTH HEALTH PROMOTION
265
Parent Education
266
Community Reinforcement
267
Nutrition and Physical Education
269
Sexuality Education
272
Violence Prevention
275
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR FUTURE RESEARCH
278
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR HEALTH PRACTITIONERS
279
REFERENCES
280
Contributions of Health Behavior Research to Community Health Promotion Programs
285
COMMUNITY HEALTH PROMOTION PROGRAMS
286
PROCESS OF COMMUNITY HEALTH PROMOTION
292
RESEARCH ISSUES
294
CONCLUSION
296
Health Behavior Interventions with Families
303
WHY INTERVENE WITH FAMILIES WITH CHILDREN?
305
Infancy
306
Toddler and Preschool Years
308
Elementary School Years
309
Adolescence
312
Adulthood
314
A MODEL OF FAMILY DIETARY CHANGE
315
CONCLUDING COMMENTS
318
REFERENCES
319
Stories to Live By A Narrative Approach to Health Behavior Research and Injury Prevention
325
THE EXERCISES AS INTERACTIVE STORIES
326
THEORY OF NARRATIVE THINKING
330
A CONCEPTUAL MODEL FOR HEALTH BELIEFS AND BEHAVIOR
333
PROBLEM POSING AND EMPOWERMENT
337
THE EXERCISES AS DEVICES FOR ASSESSING KNOWLEDGE AND RISK
339
EVALUATION AND EFFECTIVENESS
344
CONCLUSION
346
REFERENCES
347
Health Behavior Research and Communication Campaigns
351
SETTING OBJECTIVES
352
CHOOSING AND SEGMENTING TARGET AUDIENCES
355
SELECTING MEDIA AND VEHICLES
356
CAMPAIGN EVALUATION
359
RESEARCH PROBLEMS
364
TOPICS THAT NEED FURTHER RESEARCH
365
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR FUTURE HEALTH CAMPAIGNS
367
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR PREPARING MEDIA MATERIALS ON HEALTH
371
REFERENCES
372
TOWARD THE FUTURE An Integration
375
Relevance of Health Behavior Research An Integration of Applications
377
A Potential Ignored
384
Prevalence in Professional Socialization
385
COMMON THEMES
389
Methodological Issues
390
Changing Professional Perspectives and Roles
391
FUTURE RESEARCH DIRECTIONS
392
The Boilerplate
393
Health Behavior Research Cognate Disciplines Future Identity and an Organizing Matrix An Integration of Perspectives
395
Health Psychology
396
Medical Anthropology Definition
399
Medical Geography
403
Medical Sociology Definition
406
ISSUES OF IDENTITY
410
An Interdisciplinary Undertaking
412
Health Behavior and Ideology
414
Politics and Profits
415
A MATRIX FOR ORGANIZING HEALTH BEHAVIOR KNOWLEDGE
416
A Journal of Health Behavior Research
420
REFERENCES
422
A Glossary for Health Behavior Research
427
Contents of Volumes IIV
443
Index to Volumes IIV
449
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