Children's oral health services and socio-economic deprivation: theory of reasoned action in social marketing.

Andrew Lindridge, Susan McGaskill, Haider Ali, Ingrid Holme, Douglas Eadie

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    Abstract

    Our paper investigates attitudes and behaviours opposed to the desired behaviour change and how they may be overcome through social marketing, explored through the Theory of Reasoned Action, examining children accessing Childsmile oral health services in socio-economically deprived groups in Scotland.Qualitative focus group interviews were undertaken with parents/main carers (10 groups) and relevant professionals (8 groups).A variety of factors facilitating and interfering with engagement were identified (identifiable with beliefs and attitudes in the Theory of Reasoned Action), along with practical issues affecting access. We conclude by showing how social marketing interventions can promote behaviour change, addressing competition and improving the exchange process.
    LanguageEnglish
    Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication
    Number of pages0
    Volume0
    Publication statusPublished - 10 Jun 2010
    Event39th EMAC Conference -
    Duration: 10 Jun 2010 → …

    Conference

    Conference39th EMAC Conference
    Period10/06/10 → …

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    Social Marketing
    Child Health Services
    Oral Health
    Economics
    Scotland
    Focus Groups
    Caregivers
    Health Services
    Parents
    Interviews

    Keywords

    • Social Marketing

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    Lindridge, A., McGaskill, S., Ali, H., Holme, I., & Eadie, D. (2010). Children's oral health services and socio-economic deprivation: theory of reasoned action in social marketing. In Unknown Host Publication (Vol. 0)
    Lindridge, Andrew ; McGaskill, Susan ; Ali, Haider ; Holme, Ingrid ; Eadie, Douglas. / Children's oral health services and socio-economic deprivation: theory of reasoned action in social marketing. Unknown Host Publication. Vol. 0 2010.
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