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    This is a Dissertation topic to be developed towards obtaining my PhD degree. Thus, I need some guidance in obtaining the appropriate Literature Review that's dated less than five years,

    Much appreciated
    Warrington Chapman.

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    Factors associated with physical activity levels in African-American women with type 2 diabetes. Academic Journal By: Komar-Samardzija, Melanie; Braun, Lynne T.; Keithley, Joyce K.; Quinn, Lauretta T. Journal of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. Apr2012, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p209-217. 9p. 4 Charts. Abstract: Purpose:

    The multi-theory model is predicated upon how healthcare behavior is impacted by a long-term approach toward behavior change, which begins with an initiative to change lifestyle habits, diet, and social support systems. The health behavior is analyzed through an understanding that two vital components must occur before behavior can positively change to result in effective changes for the person. These components are represented by the initiation of the behavior change and the necessitated continuance of the change in healthcare behavior. The research study and literature that has been derived for this summary addresses the multi-theory model by highlighting the necessity for healthy ...

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    Using multi-theory model to predict physical activity and dietary behaviors in African American diabetics