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Determinants of Dairy Use Status and Effective Factors on Consumption Behaviors based on Health Belief Model

Year: 1400
COI: JR_HEHP-9-3_010
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S. Roozbahani
S.H. Alamolhoda
M. Rezaee Moradali
F. Yahyavi Koochaksaraei
M.A. Zareipour - Health System Research Unit, Health Center of Urmia, Urmia University of Medical Sciences, Urmia, Iran
M. Tasouji Azari - Department of English Language, Tabriz Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tabriz, Iran

Abstract:

Aims: Health care providers are considered as the pioneer forces of the health system. Thus, it is necessary to promote the health of this group in society by creating proper nutritional behaviors, especially the consumption of dairy products. This study was conducted to investigate the determinants of dairy use status and effective factors on consumption behaviors based on the Health Belief Model among health care providers of health centers. Instrument & Methods: Throughout this descriptive-analytical study, ۳۰۳ health care providers who work in the health centers of Urmia were included in the study by the census sampling method. The data collection instruments were researcher-made reliable and validated questionnaires in three sections of personal profile, consumption status of different types of dairy, and health belief model. Data were collected using structured interviews, then analyzed by SPSS ۲۴ and the descriptive-analytical tests (ANOVA and Linear Regression). Findings: The mean±SD age of the participants was ۳۸.۵۷±۶.۳۶ years. Among the Health Belief Model structures, the dimension of self-efficiency showed a significant relationship with the score of the dairy consumption behavior (p=۰.۰۰۰۱). Additionally, there was a meaningful, significant relationship between the mean score of dairy consumption behavior with occupational status, marital status, and ethnicity (p<۰.۰۵). According to the linear regression test totally, the health belief model structures indicated ۲۰% of the variance of the dairy consumption behavior. The predicting power of perceived self-efficiency was more than other structures of the model. Conclusion: Perceived self-efficacy predicted the behavior of dairy consumption in the studied health care providers.

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