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- The Counseling Center consistently reports that stress is a major issue among students at Penn State University and the administration wants to address the problem. They have come to you and asked you to design a campaign to address stress among students. Using ANY THREE of the constructs of the Health Belief Model come up with a campaign to be address stress.

. In this application you should…

1) Describe the various components of your campaign in the context of your chosen constructs

2) Give a brief statement as to how this campaign would be effective in addressing stress

You can find the Constructs of the Health Belief Model in ( Lecture 4 attachment)

Health Science: Human and Social Dimension Dr. M. L. Holt Application #4 Morgan State University S Instructions S The Counseling Center consistently reports that stress is a major issue among students at Morgan State University and the administration wants to address the problem. They have come to you and asked you to design a campaign to address stress among students. Using ANY THREE of the constructs of the Health Belief Model come up with a campaign to be address stress. S In this application you should… S Describe the various components of your campaign in the context of your chosen constructs S Give a brief statement as to how this campaign would be effective in addressing stress
CHAPTER 3 The Health Belief Model Historical Perspectives • Early 1952: U.S. Public Health Service hired G. Hochbaum to study the reasons for low participation in TB screening programs • Geoffrey Hochbaum, along with Stephen Kegels and Irwin Rosenstock, proposed the basic health belief model (HBM) in the late 1950s • Expanded in the 1980s by Becker • Based on general principles of value expectancy—desire to avoid sickness (value), belief in availability of preventive tools (expectancy) Constructs of the HBM Constructs of the HBM • Perceived susceptibility: Belief of a person regarding the possibility of acquiring a disease or harmful state as a result of a particular behavior • Define population at risk (apply descriptive epidemiology) • Personalize risk (discussion, role play, simulation, case study) • Consistent with actual risk (apply analytical epidemiology) Constructs of the HBM (cont’d) • Perceived severity: Belief of a person regarding the extent of harm that can result from the acquired disease or harmful state as a result of a particular behavior – Specify consequences of the risk and the condition (lecture, discussion, self-reflection, case study, case narration, video presentation) © photos.com Constructs of the HBM (cont’d) • Perceived benefits: Belief of a person regarding the usefulness of the methods suggested for reducing risk or seriousness of the disease or harmful state resulting from a particular behavior – Define action to take (clear steps, specific demonstration, re-demonstration) – Clarify the positive effects to be expected (discussion, lecture, self-reading, video presentation, computer-aided presentation) Constructs of the HBM (cont’d) • Perceived barriers: Belief of a person regarding actual and imagined costs of performing the new behavior • Reassurance (one-on-one counseling, case study, discussion, active listening) • Correction of misinformation (lecture, video presentation, role play) • Incentives (tangible and intangible aids, verbal encouragement, case accounts) • Assistance (providing services, transportation) Constructs of the HBM (cont’d) • Cues to action: Precipitating force that makes the person feel the need to take action – Provide how-to information (lecture, demonstration, re-demonstration, role play) – Employ reminder system (buddy system, log, diary, Post-it notes) Constructs of the HBM (cont’d) • Self-efficacy: Belief or confidence to perform a behavior – Provide training in small steps (demonstration, re-demonstration) – Progressive goal setting (self-reflection, diary) – Verbal reinforcement (one-on-one counseling) – Reduce anxiety (stress management techniques)
Health Science: Human and Social Dimension Dr. M. L. Holt Application #4 Morgan State University S Instructions S The Counseling Center consistently reports that stress is a major issue among students at Penn State University and the administration wants to address the problem. They have come to you and asked you to design a campaign to address stress among students. Using ANY THREE of the constructs of the Health Model come up with a campaign to be address stress. S In this application you should… S Describe the various components of your campaign in the context of your chosen constructs S Give a brief statement as to how this campaign would be effective in addressing stress

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JenningsCH
School: University of Maryland

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Running head: STRESS CAMPAIGN

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Campaign – Stress as a Major Issue Among Students
Student’s Name
Institution Affiliation

STRESS CAMPAIGN

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Campaign – Stress as a Major Issue Among Students
The Health Belief Model (HBM) is a framework in psychology that explains and helps in
predicting health behaviors among individuals. It is a suitable model for understanding and
addressing the issue of stress that is adversely affecting students at major lear...

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