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Diagrams 1-6 Integrated Theoretical Components of MIP for Prevention of Falls among Frail Seniors

To show you framework mapping, we’ll use the fall-prevention example again. One way to increase the use of assistive devices among frail seniors is to reduce their association with the stigma and negativism of frailty and loss of independence. Once the pathways to changing those social norms are identified, it’s easier to see how social marketing, Kingdon’s model of policy change, community organization and the diffusion of innovation theories integrate. The first diagram shows the integrated conceptual framework and the second shows the integrated theoretical framework for assistive device use. The next four highlight the impact of a different theory on the framework.

Integrated Framework

Diagram 1

 

 

Assistive Device

Diagram 2: Integrated Theoretical Framework
Illustrates the ways assistive devices lead to enhanced
independent living and a decrease in risk and severity of falls
(Edwards, May 2005)

 

 

Social Marketing

Diagram 3: Social Marketing

 

 

Kingdoms Model

Diagram 4: Kingdon's model of policy change

 

 

 

Community Organization

Diagram 5:

 

 

Rogers Diffusion

Diagram 6:



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