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Effects of Social support based walking program on community

사회적지지 기반의 지역사회 걷기 프로그램의 효과

  • Kim, Hyun (Dept. of Nursing, Gimcheon University)
  • 김현 (김천대학교 간호학과)
  • Received : 2014.05.17
  • Accepted : 2014.07.20
  • Published : 2014.07.28

Abstract

The aim of the study was to identify the effects of a social-support-based walking program for residents in rural areas. Data were collected from 120 residents who are residential in Chungcheongnam-do and participated in walking program at community health centers from March and September 2013. Collected data included body mass index, body fat mass, and skeletal muscle mass and physical Activity. The data were analyzed using a paired t-test with SPSS19.0. This study showed that a 7-month walking program had positive effects on the physical health index, representing reductions in the body mass index(t=-12.418, p<.001), body fat mass indes(t=13.031, p<.001) and an improvement in the skeletal muscle mass(t=-12.642, p<.001). Health behavior index; dietary practice guideline score(t= -4.324, p<.001), physical activity day(t=-8.715, p<.001), high risk drinking day(t=6.298, p<.001) were improved through walking program. These results indicated that the walking program for the community was effective in improving the health status of the participants. Therefore, I suggest that the development and running of various social-support-based walking program be required by applying the results.

Keywords

Social support;Walking Program;Community;Intervention study;Health Behavior

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