Theoretical evaluation of Cox's interaction model of client health behavior for health promotion in adult women: a literature review

Youlim Kim, Hyeonkyeong Lee, Gi Wook Ryu
2020 Yeoseong Geon-gang Ganho Hakoeji  
Women, who make up half of the global population, have unique health needs from childhood to old age. The United Nations emphasized improving women's health and quality of life in its Sustainable Development Goals [1]. These agendas broadened the concept of women's social activities and gender equality, and increased the number of studies related to women's health [2] . In particular, the conceptual focus of women's health expanded from maternal health, which is focused on pregnancy and
more » ... th, to include sexual health, depression, drinking, and smoking among women, and is transitioning to encompass pISSN 2287-1640 · eISSN 2093-7695 Korean J Women Health Nurs 2020;26(2):121-130 https://doi.
doi:10.4069/kjwhn.2020.06.13 fatcat:gnlikkr2gnhu5hps5cbi5f2pkm