Barriers To Health Promotion And Disease Prevention Within The Military Healthcare System

@inproceedings{McLaughlin1999BarriersTH,
  title={Barriers To Health Promotion And Disease Prevention Within The Military Healthcare System},
  author={G. D. McLaughlin},
  year={1999}
}
Abstract : Traditionally, healthcare has been focused on illness and disease. Many researchers have described barriers in accessing care during illness. The purpose of this nonexperimental descriptive study was to determine if similar barriers were experienced in a managed-care system when people sought care for wellness activities in a military setting in the United States. The theoretical framework for this study is Pender's Health Promotion Model. According to Pender's Model, cognitive… Expand

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