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Spreminjanje življenjskega sloga z vidika transteoretičnega modela : diplomsko delo
Fajfar, Aljaž (Author), Cecić Erpič, Saša (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window, Strojnik, Vojko (Co-mentor)

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V diplomskem delu smo raziskali spreminjanje življenjskega sloga s pomočjo transteoretičnega modela. V raziskavo je bilo vključenih 20 udeležencev delavnice zdravega življenja v zdravstvenem domu Bled s tveganjem za razvoj kroničnih nenalezljivih bolezni. Z merjenci smo pred zaključkom delavnice opravili polstrukturirani intervju z vprašanji odprtega tipa, poleg tega pa so udeleženci raziskave rešili različne ankete: Vprašalnik o prostočasnih dejavnostih, vprašalnik o zdravju SF-36, vprašalnik Psihološki vidiki telesne vadbe starostnikov ter prirejen Vprašalnik o stopnji transteoretičnega modela. S tem naborom vprašalnikov smo želeli pokazati možnost in učinkovitost uporabe transteoretičnega modela spreminjanja življenjskega sloga za ohranjanje zdravja in kot orodje za lažjo izdelavo strategij v preventivi. Dobljene rezultate smo primerjali z ostalimi študijami transteoretičnega modela. Rezultati so bili podobni pričakovanim. Poleg same uporabnosti transteoretičnega modela smo v vprašanjih iskali tudi najpogostejše vzroke za in proti vadbi. Zadnja stvar, ki smo jo poskušali dokazati, je uporabnost našega vprašalnika za določanje stopnje sprememb na transteoretičnem modelu spreminjanja sloga življenja. Čeprav smo potrdili nekaj naših hipotez in prišli do novih spoznanj, zaradi majhnega vzorca priporočamo nadaljnje raziskave, saj menimo, da je transteoretični model spreminjanja življenjskega sloga zelo pomembno orodje pri izdelavi novih strategij in delavnic zdravega življenjskega sloga.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:kronične nenalezljive bolezni, preventiva, transteoretični model spreminjanja vedenja, fizična aktivnost
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Tipology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FŠ - Faculty of Sport
Year:2017
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Secondary language

Language:English
Title:TRANSTHEORETICAL MODEL APPLICATION TO LIFESTYLE CHANGES
Abstract:
In this thesis, we reserched people’s lifestyle changes using the transtheoretical model (TTM). The survey included 20 participants with health risks who attendeda healthy lifestyle workshop at the Bled Healthcare Centre. During the workshop, they participated in a semi-structured interview with open-ended questions as well as completed a variety of surveys. These included a leisure activity survey, the 36 Item Short Form Health Survey (SF-36), a survey about the psychological aspects of physical exercise and a customised survey about the TTM level. With this collection of surveys, we wanted to show if and how we can use the TTM as a way of developing preventive strategies for a healthy lifestyle. We compared our survey results with other studies of the transtheoretical model. The results turned out as expected. In addition to the efficiency of the transteoretical model, the questions were also focused on finding out the main resons for and against exercising. We also tried to prove the efficiency of our questionnaire to determine the stages of change with the TTM of lifestyle change. Although we have confirmed some of our hypotheses and found new insights, we recommend further research because of the small sample size. We believe that the transtheoretical model is a very important tool in the development of new strategies and healthy lifestyle workshops.

Keywords:Non-communicable diseases, prevention, transtheoretical model of behavior change, physical activity

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