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Using Social Marketing to Develop and Test Tailored Health Messages

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Objective: To advance and promote procedures to evaluate tailored health messages based on the 4 Ps of social marketing (SM). Method: Three studies are presented for heuristic purposes to show the evolution and application of a “research plan” to 3 phases of SM research that address the 4 Ps. Results: Qualitative and quantitative methods provide useful information to develop messages and to evaluate message efficacy for public health campaigns, to recruit participants to interventions, and/or to influence program adherence and participant retention. Conclusions: Formal, systematic research methods offer a viable means to evaluate the potential of SM constructs.
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Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: 1: Health Promotion; Health Sciences; Foods and Nutrition; Nursing, Purdue University, IN. 2: Nursing, Purdue University, IN. 3: Department of Mathematic and Statistics, Utah State University, Logan, UT.

Publication date: 2001-05-01

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