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Afsaneh pasha, Tayebeh Hasan Tehrani, Mino Mitra Chehrzad, Zahra Atrkar Roushan,
Volume 15, Issue 1 (4-2005)

Introduction: Physical growth in infants is the most important health indicator. In fact many ‎factors influence infants’ physical growth. Because of complete dependence of infants to their ‎mothers and role of mother care and health behavior is important for health promotion.‎

Objective: This research is a correlational descriptive study done with the aim of determining ‎relationship between maternal health behaviors with physical growth pattern in children under ‎one year.‎

 Methods: Data collection tool was a questionnaire including two sections: the first part ‎included demographic characteristics of mother and child, and second part included three ‎sections for measurement of health behavior about nutrition, sleep and preventing disease in ‎child under one year. Information related health behavior was completed with reading ‎questionnaire and measurement of physical growth was Recorded from file. ‎‏362‏‎ mother and ‎their children under one year were selected randomly.

‎ Result: Research finding about physical growth of child less than one year showed that most ‎of them (‎‏57.5%‏‎) had unfavorable physical growth. Also the results about health preventing ‎indicated most of (‎‏57.7%‏‎) sample had suitable health behavior and about sleep most of (‎‏88.7%‏‎) ‎them have unsuitable health behaviors. Result showed that there was significant correlation ‎between mother’s health behavior in all three domains and child physical growth according to ‎mother and child’s demographic characteristics (p<‎‏0/001‏‎).‎

 Conclusion: Results showed that most of the mothers of childern had suitable health ‎behavior about children’s nutrition (‎‏69.2%‏‎) sleep (‎‏19.3%‏‎), and prevention of disease (‎‏86.5%‏‎).And ‎also children had favorable physical growth and there was a significant correlation between ‎maternal health behavior and child physical growth pattern (p<‎‏0.001‏‎).‎

Negar Puorokhoshvari, Afsaneh pasha, Atefeh Ghanbari, Zahra Atrkarruoshan, Ramesh Majdteimuori,
Volume 19, Issue 2 (10-2009)

Introduction: Health behaviors are important criteria of health determinants.‎

 Objective: This study is carried out to identify health behaviors of Guilan University of Medical ‎Science faculty members and their relations with demographic factors.‎

 Methods: In this descriptive correlational study, ‎‏203‏‎ faculty members from Guilan University of ‎Medical Science participated. Data was collected by a two part questionnaire which was self ‎administered.

‎ Results: The research findings revealed that faculty members obtained ‎‏65.9‏‎ percents of health ‎behaviors scores‏.‏‎ There was significant relation between health behaviors with sample's sex ‎‎(P=‎‏0.001‏‎), educational level (P=‎‏0.004‏‎), title (P=‎‏0.034‏‎) and history of chronic diseases (P=‎‏0.036‏‎).‎ Conclusion: In overall, faculty members’ health behaviors were in average level but their physical ‎activity was poor. Regarding to their modeling role for‏ ‏students, health-promoting programs must be ‎applied for health promotion.‎

Lili Rostamnia, Ezzat Paryad, Ehsan Kazem Nejad Leili, Afsaneh pasha,
Volume 21, Issue 2 (10-2011)

Introduction: Nurses are the largest care delivering group. They have to judge in clinical ‎setting and by team work detect and solve patients’ problem in nursing function domains. ‎Collaboration in decision making helps this function. ‎

 Objective: Present study aims to determine the level of nurses’ collaboration in clinical ‎decision making employed in educational health care centers in Rasht city. ‎

 Methods: The population of this cross sectional study was nurses’ employed in educational ‎health care centers in Rasht city and ‎‏193‏‎ nurses were chosen by stratified random sampling. ‎They took part in this study by filling a two part questionnaire containing demographic data, ‎and collaboration in raising the issue and clarifying the problem in clinical decision making. ‎Data was analyzed by descriptive and inferential statistics such as c‏2‏‎ and Fisher exact test. ‎Data was analyzed using SPSS version‏16‏‎.‎

Result: In the view of most nurses their collaboration in clarifying the problem in clinical ‎decision was satisfactory.‎

 Conclusion: Factors such as long working experience, high level of education and managerial ‎role can help increase nurses’ collaboration in raising the issue and clarifying the problem in ‎clinical decision making.‎

Sedigheh Pakseresht, Komeil Rezaei, Afsaneh pasha, Ehsan KazemNejad Leili, Fatemeh Hasandoost,
Volume 27, Issue 1 (4-2017)

Introduction: Health promoting lifestyle is one of the determinants of health. University years are important phase of life when one can develop health promoting lifestyle. Given the high cost of healthcare there is need of shift from a treatment based approach to a preventive approach in which appropriate methods should be developed to promote health and productivity among youth.

Objective: This study was aimed to measure health promoting lifestyle among the students of Guilan University of Medical Sciences in 2013-14.

Materials and Methods: This cross-sectional study which measured six domains of health promoting lifestyle by using the 52-item Health Promoting Lifestyle Profile (HPLP II). Convenient sample of 343 students from the University was selected in 2013-14. The tool’s reliability was confirmed by a Cronbach’s alpha coefficient of 95% and intra class correlation coefficients of 67%-87% for the subscales. Data was presented in (frequency, mean, and standard deviation and (ANOVA and t-test) were used for comparing two or more variables.

Results: The total score of health promoting lifestyle (129.46 ± 17.69) was undesirable in university students. There was significant differences in terms of spiritual development (P = 0.004) and inter-personal relations (P<0.005).Gender had significant relations with eating habits (P= 0.014), physical activity (P<0.001), and health accountability (P<0.001). While girls scored higher in eating habits and health accountability, boys did better in physical activity. However, the scores of all these three dimensions were undesirable in both genders.

Conclusion: Health Promoting lifestyle scores were undesirable in university students and significantly related to eating and physical activities. Therefore, there is an urgent need of developing program on healthy lifestyle for them

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