Objectives: This study was conducted to examine the educational needs of elderly hypertensive or diabetes patients and educators for the education program development of cardiocerebrovascular high-riskgroup in community. Methods: This study wa
group of subjects consisted of High-riskgroup patients who attended basic program(32 patients), and staged program(37 patients) during KHyDDI meetings from Oct. 2009 to May 2010. Results: The staged educational program was developed three aspe
high-riskgroup and 88 adolescents(36 boys and 52 girls) with the IAI total score less than 50 were classified as low-risk group. Both boys and girls at high-risk produced significant elevations on the Infrequency(F, F1, F2), Hs, D, Pt, Sc, and Si,
awareness was relatively low in study population. Thus, effective working guidelines and educational program to prevent scrub typhus must be developed, and publicity activities about the prevention of scrub typhus are needed for high-riskgroups.
was not significant (1.60; 0.98-2.61; P=0.059). Conclusions: The effects of a targeted program in high-riskgroups for cardio-cerebrovascular disease are only guaranteed in the enhancement by a population-based mass-media education campaign.