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Título: Education for health: alcohol and young aged school teenagers
Autor: Mendonça, Paula
Rocha, Ana
Sousa, Ana
Santo, Flávia
Costa, Francisco
Dôro, Patrícia
Palavras-chave: Health promotion
Alcohol consumption
Liver disease
Health behavior
Data: Mai-2014
Citação: Mendonça P, Rocha AM, Sousa A, Santo F, Costa F, Dôro P. Education for health: alcohol and young aged school teenagers. In 2nd IPLeiria International Health Congress – Challenges & Innovation in Health, Leiria (Portugal), 9th to 10th May 2014. Rev Saude Publica. 2014;48(sp. no.):198.
Resumo: Introduction: Alcohol consumption starts at an early age in Portuguese people. Health problems and risk behavior associated with excessive consumption can be prevented or highly reduced through effective school programs. Health professionals, such as biomedical scientists, (BSc), are important in promoting healthy lifestyles through the transmission of knowledge. Objective: Explore the role of the BSc in promoting health via intervention and clarification actions, (ICA), with 9th grade students from Agrupamento de Escolas da Portela e Moscavide (AEPM) and Visconde Juromenha (AEVJ); Verify the relationship between participating in the ICA and the level of knowledge acquired from it. Methods: Behaviors and beliefs concerning alcohol consumption and knowledge about the repercussions of it in the human body, mainly regarding the liver, were assessed by questionnaire. The questionnaire was completed before and after the ICA, by the control group (CG) and the study group (SG), respectively. The answers concerning knowledge were given points, later converted to a score from 0 to 100%. Data was analyzed applying descriptive statistics and the t-student test using SPSS 20.0. Results: After statistical analysis, it was found an average score of 48.8% for SG and 46.2% for CG. The difference between groups was statistically significant only in AEPM where ICA included a practical methodology (microscopic and macroscopic observation of pork livers), contrary to AEVJ. Conclusions: BSc intervention through ICA’s improves teenagers’ knowledge. Theoretical knowledge associated with practical approaches improves the retention of information and the development of a conscious behavior about the consumption of alcohol.
Peer review: yes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10400.21/5552
Versão do Editor: http://www.health.ipleiria.pt/files/2014/06/RSPv048n.esp-congresso-book.pdf
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