The Effect of Planned Behavior Theory-Based Education on Pro | 52427
International Research Journals
Reach Us +44 330 818 7254

The Effect of Planned Behavior Theory-Based Education on Promotion of Physical Activity in Female Workers


Physical Activity

Regular physical activity reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease,
cancer and depression. Regular physical activity is a priority
of a healthy lifestyle and is one of the ways to strengthen the
immune system and prevent non-communicable diseases. The
purpose of this study was to determine the effect of education
based on the theory of planned behavior on promoting physical
activity of female health workers working in health center.
Methods: The quasi-experimental study was performed on 61
female health workers. The units were randomly assigned to
the control and intervention groups. A researcher-made physical
activity questionnaire was used to collect the data. Four
weeks of intervention for the intervention group and the control
group did not receive any intervention. Statistical analysis
was performed by SPSS using chi-square and independent

Share this article