Do health risk perceptions motivate water- and health-related behaviour?

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Abstract

Health-related risk perceptions are important determinants of health behaviours and components of behaviour change theories. What someone thinks or feels will motivate or hinder their intention or hesitancy to implement a certain behaviour. Thus, a perceived potential risk to our health and well-being can influence our health-promoting and/or health-seeking behaviour. This presentation introduces key findings of a systematic literature review aimed to better understand the links between water and health-related risk perceptions and behaviours (Anthonj et al. 2022), and provides insights into ongoing and future research.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 25 Jan 2023
EventNOPREN Drinking Water Working Group Webinar Series 2023 - Online, United States
Duration: 25 Jan 202325 Jan 2023
https://nopren.ucsf.edu/drinking-water

Conference

ConferenceNOPREN Drinking Water Working Group Webinar Series 2023
Country/TerritoryUnited States
CityOnline
Period25/01/2325/01/23
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Keywords

  • Water
  • Health
  • SDG 6
  • Health risk perception
  • Health behaviour
  • Behaviour change

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