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Ebadifard Azar F, Solhi M, Roudbari M, Sadeghi A. Survey the Effect of Educational Intervention through the BASNEF Model on Preventive Behaviors According to Mental Health in Girl Adolescents. jour guilan uni med sci. 2010; 19 (73) :20-29
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Iran University of Medical Sciences
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Abstract Introduction: This study was conducted in order to considering the importance of early cognition of mental illnesses and the role of health education in mental health promotion in adolescence. Objective: Investigate the effect of educational intervention through BASNEF model on preventive behaviors according to mental health in girl adolescents. Materials and Methods: This was a Quasi- Experimental study which female students of secondary schools were randomly divided in to two groups intervention and control groups. Multi stage cluster sampling, a valid questionnaire covering demographic variables and items related to BASNEF Model- based was administered to 106 students. The intervention group composed of 11 educational sessions (60 min each) through discussion and lectures. The students were tested by questionnaire that made of different variable based on BASNEF model for one month after education. Results: Following the educational intervention, the mean score of enabling factors was significantly increased in both intervention and control groups (p<0.0001). Also a significant difference was demonstrated in the mean score of attitude and desired behaviors (p<0.0001) (p=0.005) in two groups. No significant difference was demonstrated in the average of subjective norms in intervention and control groups (p=0.896). Conclusion: The findings of current study confirmed the effectiveness of BASNEF Model- based educational intervention on the variables of enabling factors, attitude and healthy behaviors, but it seems that much more time is needed to change subjective norms.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2013/11/17 | Accepted: 2013/11/17 | Published: 2013/11/17

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