The Application of Protection Motivation Theory in Promoting the Behaviors Slowing Down the Progression of Degeneration of CKD Stage 3 Patients in a Community The Application of Protection Motivation Theory in Promoting the Behaviors Slowing Down the Progression of Degeneration of CKD Stage 3 Patients in a Community

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ชญานิศ ศุภนิกร วีณา เที่ยงธรรม เพลินพิศ บุณยมาลิก

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The purpose of this Quasi-experimental study was to evaluate the effects of a program applying the Protection Motivation Theory in promoting the slow progressive behavior in Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) stage 3 patients in community. The sample was CKD stage 3 patients in Phanomdongrak district, Surin province. Of 58 participants were divided into two groups; an experimental group and comparison group which consisted of 29 patients in each group. The research was conducted over a period of 6 weeks, with 2 weeks for the intervention and the other 4 weeks for follow-up period. The data collection was conducted by questionnaire for the pre - test, post- test, and follow-up period. The statistical analysis was performed by using percentages, means, standard deviations, Chi-square tests, independent t-test and repeated measure ANOVA.


         After the intervention, the experimental group had significantly higher mean score of perceived severity, perceived vulnerability, perceived self-efficacy, perceived response efficacy,  and preventive behavior  than before intervention and those  the comparison group (p<.05).


            The findings from this study support that program application of the Protection Motivation Theory could beneficially improve preventive behavior for promoting the slow progressive in CKD stage 3 patients in community, which can be applied to other similar groups of  chronic disease populations.

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ศุภนิกรช, เที่ยงธรรมว, บุณยมาลิกเ. The Application of Protection Motivation Theory in Promoting the Behaviors Slowing Down the Progression of Degeneration of CKD Stage 3 Patients in a Community. Nursing Journal of The Ministry of Public Health [Internet]. 31Aug.2019 [cited 10Dec.2019];29(2):165-77. Available from: https://www.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tnaph/article/view/214914
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