The Effects of Health Coaching for Frequent Attenders

2019-10-28 13:57:22 | BioPortfolio


The purpose of the study was to describe and evaluate the effectiveness of health coaching on health-related quality of life, adherence to health regimens, clinical health outcomes and lifestyle factors among frequent attenders in primary healthcare.


The quasi-experimental research method evaluated the effectiveness of health coaching among frequent attenders in primary healthcare. The experimental group received the health coaching and the control group received the usual care. The data were collected with pre- and posttest 12-month follow-up via a questionnaire of FINRISKI2012, RAND-36 and ACDI and clinical health outcomes measured by health-coaching nurses. The data were analyzed by statistical methods.

Study Design


Health Behavior


The nurse-led health coaching program




University of Oulu

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