describe pre-disposing factors which may exacerbate risk of impaired tissue viability ans skin breakdown?
he most common use of the term "predisposing factors" in the field of public health has been in the context of L. W. Green's PRECEDE-PROCEED model of community health promotion planning and evaluation. [ Years of research have shown that literally hundreds of factors have the potential to influence a given health-related behaviorither by encouraging the behavior to occur or by inhibiting it from
occurring. Green's original PRECEDE model of health education planning and evaluation and the more recent PRECEDE-PROCEED model group these factors into three types: predisposing, reinforcing, and enabling factors. "Predisposing factors" are defined in these models as factors that exert their effects prior to a behavior occurring, by increasing or decreasing a person or population's motivation to undertake that particular behavior ]
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