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Benefits, barriers, and self-efficacy for regular physical exercise in physiotherapy students


Pukljak Iričanin, Zrinka; Horvat, Marina; Perković, Lada; Takšić, Iva
Benefits, barriers, and self-efficacy for regular physical exercise in physiotherapy students // EHPS Abstracts, Psychology & Health, 28: sup 1
Bordeaux, France, 2013. str. 739-739 (poster, međunarodna recenzija, sažetak, ostalo)


Naslov
Benefits, barriers, and self-efficacy for regular physical exercise in physiotherapy students

Autori
Pukljak Iričanin, Zrinka ; Horvat, Marina ; Perković, Lada ; Takšić, Iva

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Sažeci sa skupova, sažetak, ostalo

Izvornik
EHPS Abstracts, Psychology & Health, 28: sup 1 / - Bordeaux, France, 2013, 739-739

Skup
27th Conference of the European Health Psychology Society

Mjesto i datum
Bordeaux, France, 16 - 20.07.2013

Vrsta sudjelovanja
Poster

Vrsta recenzije
Međunarodna recenzija

Ključne riječi
Tjelesna aktivnost ; prednosti i prepreke redovitoj tjelesnoj aktivnosti ; samoefikasnost
(Physical activity ; perceived benefits and barriers ; self-efficacy)

Sažetak
Background: Future health workers should serve as role models in promoting physical activity. We investigated students’ regularity of physical activity, physical exercise self- efficacy, perceived benefits and barriers for regular physical activity. Methods: 180 physiotherapy students completed International Physical Activity Questionnaire (Craig et al, 2003), Exercise Benefits/Barriers Scale (Sechrist et al, 1985), Physical exercise self- efficacy scale (Schwartzer, 2009). Findings: On weekly basis, 61% students are vigorously, 23% moderately, 15% are low physically active. Males are significantly more active than females. The greatest perceived benefits were physical performance and psychological outlook. The greatest perceived barriers were family discouragement and physical exertion. Physical exercise self-efficacy was moderate, males having higher scores than females. Discussion: Most of the physiotherapy students are vigorously active, females being less active then males and having lower physical self- efficacy. Knowing individual and group difference in perceived benefits, barriers and self-efficacy can help in motivating students for increased physical activity. Key words: physical activity, perceived benefits and barriers, self-efficacy Ethical approval: approved by Ethics Committee of University of Applied Health Studies in Zagreb, Croatia.

Izvorni jezik
Hrvatski

Znanstvena područja
Psihologija



POVEZANOST RADA


Ustanove
Zdravstveno veleučilište, Zagreb