This was a Cross-sectional study. The research was divided into two parts. Total of 302 people participated in the first part of this research and 173 people participated in the second part. The data used for descriptive statistical analysis came from program evaluations, health examination reports, and questionnaires completed by all participants in both phases.
The results showed the relationship between the 3-Self health behaviors, BMI value and satisfaction after finishing the program and 6 months later. The PROMISe model did indeed influence the sustainability of the 3-Health Behavior changes, and subsequent weight loss. The most influential factors of the PROMISe model were result-based management, positive reinforcement, and optimism.
Using the PROMISe model to design and manage activities leading to health behavior changes definitely influenced and increased the sustainability of the changes.
Metabolic Disease, PROMISe Model, 3-Self Health Behavior Changes, Self-efficacy, Self-regulation, Self-care, Result-based management, Positive reinforcement, Optimism.