Idrettens bidrag til folkehelsen : hva er bakgrunn og formålet med Idrett Bergen sør sin samhandlingsmodell og hvordan gjennomføres den? Hva er effekten av tiltaket "Evig Aktiv" på de eldre deltakernes selvrapporterte opplevelse av helserelatert livskvalitet?
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Background: The coordination reform stats that to meet the future challenges in health, there needs to be made coordinated health care. There has been made a pilot model on how a volunteering organisation and the municipality can interact. Purpose: The aim of this study was to examine the background and purpose of Idrett Bergen sør interaction model, and how it was implemented. To investigate the transfer value of the interaction model, the study measured the effect on health-related quality by participation in «Evig aktiv». Method: Data collection using qualitative- and quantitative research method. It was conducted informal research interview with the project manager, two observations one with Idrett Bergen sør and one with representatives from Bergen municipality. It was also conducted measurements of health-related quality of life, by using questionnaire pre- and post-test. Result: Physical inactivity is a major challenge in today’s health. To meet this challenge, it was formed partnership with various cooperation partners. There was no significant difference between pre-and post-test on the physical health or mental health, either on the total sample or split by gender. There was significant difference between the two components merged at posttest. Conclusion: The conclusion of this study is that the established interaction has a local and national transfer value. The elderly did improve there health-related quality of life, but because of the lack of significant results the study can not conclude that the cause of this improvement is participation in «Evig aktiv». Keyword: Idrett Bergen sør; volunteering; cooperation; age; health related quality of life; method triangulation
Masteroppgave folkehelsevitenskap- Universitetet i Agder, 2014