Development of Behavior Modification Program Of Dietary Consumptions and Physical Activities for Thai Muslim Women with Metabolic Syndromes

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Phennapha Mahamad
Umaporn Boonyasopun
Piyanuch Jittanoon

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        This research aimed to develop a behavioral modification Program of dietary consumption and physical activity for Thai Muslim women with Metabolic Syndrome. Two phases, program development and program evaluation validity evaluation by three experts, and  program feasibility, difficulty and satisfaction by nurses and health-care worker in Dietary physical activity clinic at Southern hospital district border in Narathiwas.

                Result :The dietary consumption and physical activity for Thai Muslim women has three component: 1) a program guideline for nurses and health-care workers 2) a program plans consisting of four stage  And 3)  dietary consumption and physical activity handbooks. All experts agreed upon the content and format of all program components. To evaluate the usability and applicability of the program, two nurses and health-care worker tested this program in Dietary physical activity clinic at Narathiwas. one nurse recommendation  difficulty to use especially, share learning activities. As a result, to change easy wording.

                Conclusion :  Overview  this program is easy to use, applicable and satisfaction  for Nurses and health care and same with Muslim way of  life . Nurses and health care worker can use this behavioral modification Program in providing services for the Thai Muslim women with Metabolic Syndrome.

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Mahamad, P., Boonyasopun, U., & Jittanoon, P. (2016). Development of Behavior Modification Program Of Dietary Consumptions and Physical Activities for Thai Muslim Women with Metabolic Syndromes. Songklanagarind Journal of Nursing, 36(4), 85–98. Retrieved from https://he02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/nur-psu/article/view/73473
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