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The Development Process and the Contents of the Self-management Education Program Integrated with Exercise Training (HAHA program) for Older Adults with Chronic Diseases
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  • Journal title : Journal of muscle and joint health
  • Volume 18, Issue 2,  2011, pp.169-181
  • Publisher : Korean Society of Muscle and Joint Health
  • DOI : 10.5953/JMJH.2011.18.2.169
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The Development Process and the Contents of the Self-management Education Program Integrated with Exercise Training (HAHA program) for Older Adults with Chronic Diseases
Kim, Seon-Ho; Song, Mi-Soon; Park, Yeon-Hwan; Song, Wook; Cho, Be-Long; Lim, Jae-Young; So, Wi-Young;
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Purpose: This paper presents the development process and the final contents of the sellf- management education program integrated with exercise training (Healthy Aging Happy Aging, HAHA program) for community residing older adults with chronic diseases. Methods: The program evaluation methodology was applied which is an interactive program development process based on needs assessment, formative evaluation, process evaluation and outcome evaluation. The program was developed and revised while the program was implementing to 22 hypertension (HT) and 32 diabetic (DM) participants. Results: The final program has two sub-programs for HT and DM participants utilizing self-efficacy resources. They share four common components; 1) health screening of exercise risks, 2) weekly 1-hour group self-management education classes, 3) biweekly 1-hour group exercise training and 4) a mid-term individual counseling. Both sub-programs were 12-weeks long but have different education and exercise contents. Participants-rated mean satisfaction scores were 3.47/4 and 3.61/4 for HT and DM program respectively. Attendance rate were 83.1% ~ 92.3% for the classes. Conclusion: The HAHA program developed by multidisciplinary team which reflected participants needs was accepted well by participants evidenced by high attendance rate and perceived satisfaction level.
Older adult;Self-care;patient education;Exercise;Chronic disease;
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