For reliability, test-retest analysis was used, and the internal consistency of the HPLP-II was confirmed by Cronbach’s alpha. For data analysis. HPLP II. Reference work entry. DOI: 5_ Downloads. How to cite. Chinese Health-Promoting Lifestyle. The Health Promoting Lifestyle Profile-II. (HPLP-II) (16) was developed to measure the multicomponent of healthy lifestyles. It was a revision of.

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It has been translated into different languages including Spanish, Japanese, Arabic, Chinese, and Ki 131415 ] and its validity and reliability have been verified. Decision-makers on health issues, prior to any intervention aimed at promoting healthy behaviors, must first make an initial assessment of the current situation. For all subscales of the questionnaire, iii was in the range of 0.

Regarding the large number of questions in the questionnaire, the possibility of elderly people is unable to answer all the questions. This is a cross-sectional study which is conducted on elderly individuals aged 60 and over in Tehran, Iran.

Reliability and validity of Chinese version of the health-promoting lifestyle profile. Correlation between the scores obtained from the two il in 2 weeks interval was assessed by calculating the class correlation coefficient ICC.

Received Jan 1; Accepted Feb 2. Health-promoting self-care behaviors, self-care self-efficacy, and self-care agency. Validation of the psychometric properties of the health-promoting lifestyle profile in a sample of Taiwanese il. Reliability, validity and factor structure of the GHQ used among elderly Iranians. Int J Prev Med. Morowatisharifabad M, Tonekaboni NR. Lawrence Erlbaum Psychology Press; J Formos Med Assoc.


National Center for Biotechnology InformationU. CFA is part of the measurement model that examines relationships between variables and the observed factors. J Birjand Univ Med Sci. nplp

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Getting the most from a panel of experts. When considering certain conditions and diseases of the elderly, the evaluation of lifestyle, especially in relation to HPB during this stage of life, is very important. Next, to determine the internal consistency, Cronbach’s alpha coefficient was used, and to verify the time reliability, the test-retest method was oi.

Another limitation of this study was that the illiterate elderly were not investigated. Then, to assess of ki validity, questionnaires were given to 20 of the elderly people.

Sampling was conducted by convenience sampling method and elderly people visiting cultural centers, parks, and health centers in two areas in the north and south of Tehran were hppl in the study. To assess the validity and reliability, 10 samples are recommended for each question. This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. In order to determine the validity, content and construct validity were used. A Japanese language version of the health-promoting lifestyle profile. Published online May Int J Nurs Pract.


Therefore, the availability of effective tools is necessary.

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In investigating the face validity, the questionnaire was given to 20 elderly people as a pilot, and at this stage, some ij were made. Overall, the score for health-promoting lifestyle and behavioral aspects is calculated using the mean of responses for all 52 items and for each subscale eight or nine items.

Basic Concepts, Applications, and Programming. Accepted values for Cronbach’s alpha coefficient and ICC 0. The ji persons excluded for failing the CDT test. Health-promoting behaviors and social support of women of reproductive age, and strategies for advancing their health: J Mazandaran Univ Med Sci.

Predicting health-related quality of life by using a health promotion model among Iranian hpll girls: Protocol for a mixed methods study. The most common causes of death in all age groups above 50 years are cardiovascular diseases, cancers, respiratory diseases, and accidents;[ 45 ] all these diseases can be prevented by health-promoting behavior HPB. Assurances were given to all elderly that their information would be kept completely confidential.