Effects of Perceived Health Promotion Program towards Health Care Behavior and Serum Lipid Level among Individuals with Dyslipidemia


  • Suratwadee Rakdoung โรงพยาบาลควนขนุน


Perceived health promotion program, health care behavior, dyslipidemia


The purpose of this quasi-experimental research was to investigate the effects of perceived health promotion program towards health care behavior and serum lipid level among individuals with dyslipidemia. From those 45 samples who attended Ruksukaparp clinic at Khuankhanun Hospital from January to June 2018. They were specifically selected this case study. The research tools divided into two parts; such perceived health promotion program and health care behavior questionnaire. The content validity of the program and
questionnaire were between 0.66 and 1.00. The Cronbach’s alpha coefficient of health care behavior questionnaire were 0.88. Descriptive statistics were used to analyze. In addition, paired samples t-test was used to compare health care behavior scores and serum lipid level among individuals with dyslipidemia.
Results revealed that subjects had statistical significant higher the overall of health care behavior scores (Mean difference = 0.87 95%CI: 0.79 to 0.87), the lower LDL (9.84; 6.03 to 13.65) and higher HDL (5.60; 3.37 to 8.53) after posttest. Hence, health professionals should provide perceived health promotion program
among subjects who had dyslipidemia in order to develop the better health care behavior and serum lipid level in further.


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Rakdoung S. Effects of Perceived Health Promotion Program towards Health Care Behavior and Serum Lipid Level among Individuals with Dyslipidemia. Health Sci J Thai [Internet]. 2019 Sep. 11 [cited 2023 Dec. 7];1(1):7-14. Available from: https://he02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/HSJT/article/view/195629



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