|Homeless sheltered women's health promotion behaviors
||While previous research has been conducted with sheltered homeless women, there is a gap in scientific knowledge relevant to the health-promoting behaviors of sheltered homeless women and factors associated with these behaviors. Using Pender's Health...
|Health belief model, social support, and intent to screen for colorectal cancer in older African American men
||Colorectal cancer is the third most common cancer in the United States and the second leading cause of cancer deaths. African American men are at the greatest risk for developing and dying from colorectal cancer. Using the Health Belief Model and the...
|Explaining intention to stop smoking with the theory of planned behavior and self-exempting beliefs
||When healthcare providers smoke, their willingness to deliver smoking cessation messages is inhibited. Although they acknowledge the health consequences of smoking, they have difficulty quitting with relapse rates equivalent to the general population...