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Smoking behavior and health beliefs in adolescents with asthma

by Amy Elizabeth Taylor

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Published by s.n.] in [New Haven, Conn .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Medicine

  • Edition Notes

    Thesis (M.D.) - Yale University, 1998.

    Statementby Amy Elizabeth Taylor
    The Physical Object
    Pagination37 leaves ;
    Number of Pages37
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26394317M
    OCLC/WorldCa689667131

    The theoretical basis for the important role of social constructs in shaping smoking behaviors stems largely from Social Cognitive Theory (e.g., Akers and Lee ; Bandura ), Social Norms Theory, and Social Marketing Theory, which are also the basis for much of the health research investigating the relationship between exposure to smoking in movies and . The purpose of this study was to examine the stage of secondhand smoke avoidance behavior of adolescents in rural areas of Vietnam and the related factors affecting such behavior. The participants were recruited from two middle schools located in Hai Thuong and Trieu Trach commune, Vietnam. Data were collected in January by distributing and collecting a self Cited by: 1.

    Transition from child-centered to adult health-care systems for adolescents with chronic conditions. A position paper of the Society for Adolescent Medicine. Reliability of the youth risk behavior survey questionnaire. Content provided by. Tweets by @JAdolesHealth. #N#Crash Risk and Risky Driving Behavior Among Adolescents During Learner.   Asthma is a complex, heterogenous medical condition which is very common in children and adults. The transition process from pediatric to adult health care services can be a challenge for young people with chronic medical conditions. The significant changes in physical and mental health during this time, as well as the many unique developmental and Author: Adelaide LIndsay Withers, Ruth Green.

    Such associations can occur for at least two reasons. First, beliefs about the health risks of smoking may be instigators of smoking cessation (for a review of this literature, see S2 Appendix). Second, people may adjust their beliefs about smoking’s health risks in order to rationalize their status as a smoker or a non-smoker [46–48]. If Cited by: American Indians/Alaska Natives have a higher risk of experiencing tobacco-related disease and death due to high prevalence of cigarette smoking and other commercial tobacco use. 5,6 Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death among American Indians/Alaska Natives. 7,8 Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths among American Indians/Alaska .


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Smoking behavior and health beliefs in adolescents with asthma by Amy Elizabeth Taylor Download PDF EPUB FB2

The purpose of this qualitative pilot study was to identify beliefs and self-care practices of adolescents with asthma in a private high school, where the incidence of asthma is nearly 20%.Author: Diane Knight.

Michael A. Chandler, Stephen I. Rennard, in Asthma and COPD (Second Edition), Public Health Response. Smoking prevention and cessation should reduce the prevalence of smoking and, thus, prevent millions of premature deaths [3].Public health measures (advertisement bans, indoor smoking bans and measures to increase cigarette purchase price) increase smoking.

Reducing Tobacco Use in Adolescents caution in patients with asthma. Televised state-sponsored antitobacco advertising and youth smoking beliefs and behavior in the United States, Cited by: The relative contributions of parenting practices in smoking behavior of adolescents with and without asthma Article in Nicotine & Tobacco Research 9(1).

Fetal damage can be caused if a mother smokes or is exposed to smoke during pregnancy. Children of smokers have a higher risk of asthma and lung disease. Regulation of Tobacco and Smoking Because of mounting evidence of health risks, television advertisements for cigarettes were banned beginning in   They are often criticized on their narrow focus on outcome behavior of interest (e.g.

smoking cession) and its non-inclusion of race, gender, and socioeconomic status — all features known to have a somewhat strong influence on health behavior. Nonetheless, the model dynamics are useful to describe particular types of behavior.

Health Belief Model. Human behavior plays a central role in the maintenance of health, and the prevention of disease. With an eye to lowering the substantial morbidity and mortality associated with health-related behavior, health professionals have turned to models of behavior change to guide the development of strategies that foster self-protective action, reduce behaviors that increase.

The Health Belief Model (HBM) is one of the first theories of health behavior. It was developed in the s by a group of U.S. Public Health Service social psychologists who wanted to explain why so few people were participating in programs to prevent and detect disease.

"Person A started smoking for social reasons but continues to smoke to cope with stress. Person B started because of stress but continues for social reasons." This is an example of how health behavior patterns across a lifetime will vary between individuals/5.

knowledge (of behavior health relationship or performing specific behaviors) is easiest to change then attitudes (state of mind or feelings toward behaviors and outcomes) then beliefs (outcomes result from performing behaviors) and the hardest to change are values (weight of importance placed on behaviors/outcomes).

Abstract Objective Smoking and tobacco use is a growing public health problem, with often begins in adolescence.

This study aims to estimate the prevalence of smoking behavior and the associated determinants among adolescents. Methods A cross-sectional study was conducted using a self-administered questionnaire with male adolescent students in Author: Ali Saad R.

Alsubaie. Several behaviors that exert a strong influence on health are reviewed in this section: tobacco use, alcohol consumption, physical activity and diet, sexual practices, and disease screening.

Although epidemiologic data on the relationships between these behaviors and various health outcomes were available in the early s, many refinements in knowledge have occurred. The Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System (YRBSS) monitors six categories of priority health-risk behaviors, plus obesity and asthma, among adolescents at the national, state, territorial, tribal, and local levels.

The Data Summary and Trends Report pdf icon [PDF – 17 MB] uses YRBS data to focus on four priority focus areas associated with STDs, including HIV, and. Making Sense of Smoking: An Example of Grounded Theory ; Figure A Grounded Theory of Taking Care of Oneself in a High-Risk Environment ; Figure Struggling to Understand: Parents' Discovery of Adolescents' Smoking Behavior Whereas the importance of behavior, beliefs and self-management were well-described in the literature, it becomes apparent that the role of health literacy of adolescents as well as of caregivers and the importance of a well-balanced doctor–patient relationship regarding adherence to asthma treatment among adolescents need to be researched Cited by:   Adolescents have unique health considerations as they transition from parent-managed healthcare to personal responsibility for health behavior.

One question to consider is the goodness-of-fit of available theoretical models for explaining and predicting adolescent health-promoting by: Initiation of smoking is more likely in a smoking-tolerant school, in which teachers smoke, [23,26] and adolescents with high exposure to household smoking were more likely to begin smoking [23,27].

All mentioned social factors can override concerns with worsening health problems such as asthma in adolescents [ 28, 29 ].Cited by:   Abstract. Introduction: Widespread tobacco use, along with its induced diseases and subsequent deaths, comprise one of the biggest threats to public health in the world.

Thus, we aimed to investigate the prevalence of cigarette and water pipe smoking and their predictors among Iranian by: 7. component in the comprehensive care of asthma, but it is likely to affect change only in that group of patients for whom a lack of information is the primary reason for non-adherence.

Changing adherence behavior is a difficult but not impossible task. Smoking, which is both physiologically and psychologically addicting, is a behavior very.

Louis I. Landau, Fernando D. Martinez, in Pediatric Respiratory Medicine (Second Edition), Adolescents. Adherence with treatment during adolescence as a result of perceptions related to drug taking, body image, and being seen to be different is a problem, and this is associated with a significantly higher death rate from asthma in this age group.

Smoking is common in those. Introduction. Health promotion and prevention programs are an increasingly important part of the Australian health system. In the goals and targets developed in recent years to guide national health improvement efforts prevention strategies were included as central to reducing major problems such as cardiovascular disease, cancer and injury (Commonwealth Cited by: Dr.

Borrelli has trained hundreds of physicians, nurses, medical residents, medical students, and psychology interns in motivational interviewing techniques for health behavior change, including smoking cessation, medication adherence, asthma, adherence to .Swiss psychologist Jean Piaget (), created a cognitive-developmental stage theory that described how children's ways of thinking developed as they interacted with the world around s and young children understand the world much differently than adults do, and as they play and explore, their mind learns how to think in ways that better fit with reality.