A Comparison of Health Practices of Canadian and Jordanian Nursing Students
Public Health Nursing
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The purpose of this study was to compare health-promoting practices of Canadian (n = 49) and Jordanian (n = 44) first-year nursing students using the revised Health-Promoting Lifestyle Profile II. Results indicated significant differences between the groups on three subscales: health responsibility, physical activity, and interpersonal relations; however, both groups had similarly low scores. Implications for nurse educators are discussed from both curricular and cross-cultural perspective that focuses on health-promotion activities and programs.
Haddad, L.; Kane, D; Rajacich, D; Cameron, S; and Al-Ma'aitah, R. (2004). A Comparison of Health Practices of Canadian and Jordanian Nursing Students. Public Health Nursing, 21 (1), 85-90.