CHAPTER 1 The Problem and its Background Introduction The Philippines is facing one of the most emerging global

issues today and that is Hypertension. Hypertension can lead to more serious illness if left untreated it may lead to stroke, blindness, heart attack, heart failure and kidney failure. Strong research evidence has illustrated conclusively that lifestyle modification are effective in lowering blood pressure and reducing cardiovascular factor Hypertension is the one of common disease in the Philippines in the year 2007, hypertension remained to be first leading cause of morbidity. One out of five adult filipino is hypertensive and not even aware of the condition while 90% of the country¶s population has one or more of the risk factor that contribute to high blood pressure these risk factors include smoking, obesity, lack of exercise, dangerously low consumption of fruits and vegetables and hereditary. In preventing hypertension, proper diet, avoid fatty and high cholesterol foods, proper exercise like brisk walking, swimming, aerobics . Strong research evidence has illustrated conclusively that lifestyle modification are effective in lowering blood pressure and reducing cardiovascular factor.

´ she added. diseases of the heart and diseases of the vascular system remained to be the first and second leading causes of mortality (death) and morbidity (disability). In her presentation ³Gaps in the Management of Hypertension in the Philippines. . Hypertension. Trinidad pointed out that the burden of cardiovascular diseases as well as prevalence of risk factors for coronary artery disease in the country is rising. Dr. Dr.CHAPTER 2 Related Literature Local The Heart of the Matter The Philippine Heart Association¶s (PHA) decision to conduct a survey. has an increasing prevalence of 11 percent in 1992 to 22 percent in 1998. simply dubbed ³Physician-Related Factors Determining Optimal Blood Pressure Control Among Hypertensive Filipinos. and since then has more or less stabilized at 21 percent in 2007. ³This will be a pilot study and hopefully will progress to become a nationwide survey in the future. From 1990 to 1997. in particular. Emma Trinidad.´ during the PHA-Novartis media briefing at the Heart House. the main goal of the study was to identify and evaluate the significant physician-related factors determining blood pressure control among Filipino hypertension sufferers in Metro Manila. According to the PHA Council on Hypertension chairman.´ showed some alarming results.

Also the study use Likert Scale it is an ordered. as well as the factors affecting the aspects of learning and the significant relationship between the factors and aspects of learning. Tondo Manila. Tondo Manila. The survey deals with gathering information about the impact of hypertensive lifestyle management program in Barangay 232 Zone 21. Tayuman. 232. data ± gathering procedure and the statistical treatment of data. As a rule. Zone 31.CHAPTER 3 Research Methodology This chapter discusses the method of research used. we should use only one type of design appropriate to our problem. Sample and Sampling Procedure The study involved 60 residents in Tayuman. one-dimensional scale from which respondents choose one option that best aligns with their view. the research instrument. It aims to obtain information about the level of learning gained of all the residence in the Barangay in the said program. the sample and sampling procedure. They were sampled purposively from selecting residents in Brgy. Research Method Used The study used the descriptive survey method of research with the use of the questionnaire ± interview technique. . Descriptive method is design for gathering data hinges on the types of method to be used.

1 To what extent is the learning in knowledge of the recipients of the ff aspects: 1.50 ± 4. Legend: Very Great Great Moderate Less Moderate None = 4. Analysis and Interpretation of Data Presentation.2 Activities The different aspects that inclined in the learning of the recipient s are presented in tables 7-12.49 .00 = 3. Sub Problem No.50 ± 5.1 Health Teaching 1.50 ± 3. The analysis and interpretation of data are also discussed.50 ± 2.CHAPTER 4 Presentation.49 = 1.00 ± 1.49 = 2. Analysis and Interpretation of Data This chapter presents the findings of the study relative to the sub problems raised in Chapter 1.49 = 1.

To what extent is the learning in knowledge of recipient of the following aspects 1.4 Environment 3.CHAPTER 5 Summary. Zone 21.2 Activities 2. conclusion and recommendation of the study. Manila.3 Methodologies/ Strategies 2. This study tried to assess the effectiveness of the hypertensive lifestyle management program in Barangay 232 zone 21 Tayuman Tondo Manila. Tayuman. Conclusion and Recommendation This summary presents the summary. What are the factors related to the learning of the recipient on the aspects of learning 2.1 Health teaching 1. The significant of this study in terms of health teaching obtained a rate of 4. findings.36 .2 Content 2.1 Speaker 2. The following are the findings upon the assessment of the effectiveness of Hypertensive Lifestyle Management Program in Barangay 232. It assessed the following sub problems: 1. Is there a significant relationship between the aspects of learning and factors related to learning Findings: 1.

TABLE OF CONTENTS Page APPROVAL SHEET ACKNOWLEDGEMENT CHAPTER 1 The Problem and its Background Introduction Conceptual Framework Statement of the Problem Hypothesis Significance of Study Scope and Limitations Definition of Terms 1 2 4 6 6 7 7 i ii CHAPTER 2 Review of Related Literature and Studies Related Literature (Local) Related Literature (Foreign) 13 15 .

3 CHAPTER 5 Summary. Conclusion. 2 Question No. 1 Question No. and Recommendation Summary of Findings Conclusion Recommendation 19 24 27 27 28 28 29 30 37 40 46 47 47 . and Interpretation of Data Question No.Related Study (Foreign) Related Study (Local) CHAPTER 3 Methodology Methods of Research Used Sample and Sampling Design Research Instruments Data ± Gathering Procedure Statistical Treatment of Data CHAPTER 4 Presentation. Analysis.


Distribution of Respondents by Occupation 35 7. Content 39 11. Distribution of Respondents by Sex 31 2. Distribution of Respondents by Religion 34 6. Environment 40 . Distribution of Respondents by Educational Attainment 33 4. Activities 37 9. Distribution of Respondents by Age 32 3.LIST OF TABLES Table Page 1. Distribution of Respondents by Civil Status 34 5. Speaker 38 10. Health Teaching 36 8. Methodologies/Strategies 39 12.

Dominador Jr. MANILA By: Group A3D3-2 Campo. Chongco. Rossette Ortega. Mikhail Arjuna Costales. ZONE 21. Ma.AN IMPACT EVALUATION OF HYPERTENSIVE LIFESTYLE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM IN BARANGAY 232. Jennifer A Research Report Submitted In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Course Introduction to Nursing Research Perpetual Help College of Manila March 2011 . Christseanica Orilla. Kristelle Angeli Nifas. TONDO. Angelica Alexee Yongco. Dianne Nicole Pangan. TAYUMAN.