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Roma Attitudes to health and INTERVENTIV PROGRAMM. Asist.mag.Erika Zelko,dr.med.spec. EFPC Istanbul, 9-10.9.2013. Purpose. Identify the attitudes and Roma health needs C reate one intervention program for promoting healthy lifestyle in Roma settlements

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Roma attitudes to health and interventiv programm

Roma Attitudes to health and INTERVENTIV PROGRAMM

Asist.mag.Erika Zelko,dr.med.spec.

EFPC Istanbul,9-10.9.2013


Purpose

Purpose

  • Identify the attitudes and Roma health needs

  • Createone intervention program for promoting healthy lifestyle in Roma settlements

  • Analysedthe outcome data after intervention.


Project team and intervention programm

Project teamandInterventionProgramm

Project team

Interventionprogramm

  • MedicalStudents

  • General praktitioners

  • Communityhealthnurses

  • Roma

  • Localauthority

  • Workshops

  • Written material

  • Website

  • Radio and TV shows


Methods

Methods

  • prospective intervention case - control study

  • combined the quantitative and qualitative research methodology

  • 25 interviews – nonrandomselection

  • 650 Roma to answer a survey questionnaire (beforandaftertheintervention, 400 Roma included in thestudy)- randomselection

  • intervention group and a control group

  • questionnaire was performed from validated EuroQol and EUROPREV questionnaires with added issue of knowledge about normal values of blood pressures, blood sugar, body temperature and cholesterol


Analyse

Analyse

  • Data were analysed with a computer ATLAS program for qualitative with help from two independent researchers

  • Computer program SPSS 20.0 for quantitative data.


Some findings

Some Findings

  • 21/25 interviewed Roma think that everybody is responsible for his own health

  • 21/25 did not have problems with discriminations at the health institutions

  • the Roma gave us some very good tips for Roma health improvement


Roma attitudes to health and interventiv programm

Table 1: Changes in risk factor knowledge in the control and intervention groups


Roma attitudes to health and interventiv programm

Table 2: Effect of intervention on views about changing smoking habits


Roma attitudes to health and interventiv programm

Table 3: Attitudes regarding the importance of health protection and promotion measures attitudes


Important outcomes

Importantoutcomes

  • The 3-month health education intervention project showed changes in the Roma knowledge of risk factors and disease symptoms

  • thechange in knowledgedid not affectthechangeofattitudesthat influence healthpromotionandprotection

  • I predictthattheintervention program had to take longer

  • The Roma mustbeincluded in theprocessofcreatingandimplementingtheaktivitis at thesettlementes


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