A randomized trial of a health promotion intervention for adults with disabilities.

@article{HornerJohnson2011ART,
  title={A randomized trial of a health promotion intervention for adults with disabilities.},
  author={Willi Horner-Johnson and Charles E. Drum and Nasreen Abdullah},
  journal={Disability and health journal},
  year={2011},
  volume={4 4},
  pages={254-61}
}
BACKGROUND People with disabilities face a range of health disparities, including increased risk for preventable health problems. Thus, health promotion efforts addressing the reduction of risk factors are especially important for this population. OBJECTIVE This study examined changes in health behaviors among adults with disabilities following participation in the Healthy Lifestyles for People with Disabilities health promotion program. It was hypothesized that intervention participants… CONTINUE READING
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