Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Self-Control


How Behavioral Change Wheel Strength Self-Control in Health Behaviors?

Saeed Hameed Aldulaimi; Marwan Mohamed Abdeldayem

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 3, Pages 352-367

The purpose of this study is to develop a planned intervention in the health care sector in Bahrain to improve the self-control of healthcare employees by using the Behavioral Change Wheel (BCW) anew method for characterizing and designing behavior change. Hence, the study applies a longitudinal methodology to the healthcare sector in the Kingdom of Bahrain for a sample of 64 participants from November 2019 to January 2020. The procedures of this planned change task occupy three stages, based on Kurt Lewin change field theory: Stage 1 (pre-assessment of employees’self-control using the Brief Self Control Scale (BSCS) questionnaire);Stage 2: planned intervention employing the BCW as a new method of change): and Stage 3 (post assessment by repeating the self-control measurement, and comparing the new results with the previous ones). The findings reveal that the 13Items of the Brief Self-Control Scale (BSCS) provided different results over the three stages of the study. In Stage 1 (pre-assessment) the level of self-control level was low, but had improved in stage 3 (post-assessment). This is original research that adds to the body of knowledge by developing and validating a new model in changing human behavior, i.e. the change behavior stages(CBS) model. Practically, this study is the only one of its kind to apply the Brief Self Control Scale (BSCS) and the BCW in the health sector. The BCW has been alsoconfirmed as a “valid” and “reliable” instrument that can be used by future researchers to improve human behavior in organizations.

Exploring The Management Of Spiritual Inteliigance Development In 21st Century: A Case Of Islamic Boarding House Of Muhammad Al-Fatih Sukoharjo Indonesia

Mohammad Ilyas; Nashrudin Baidan; Rohmat Budi

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 6482-6489

This research concerns with the Islamic Borading House (pesantren) as the basis for the cultivation of religious values greatly affects the spiritual intelligence of the students. It cannot be separated from the education system and teaching of the pesantren itself. This research aims to explore the role; (1) pesantren curriculum, (2) teaching methods, (3) internal environment in pesantren, in developing spiritual intelligence. This research uses a qualitative approach. The research subjects are caregivers, administrators, teachers and students. Data collection methods used interviews, questionnaires, observation and documentation. The testing the validity of the data is through triangulation of sources and methods. Data analysis used qualitative analysis. The results of this study indicate that spiritual intelligence develops through: (1) School curriculum which implies minor curriculum like tauhid curriculum, and fiqh curriculum, (2) the teaching methods of the pesantren which plays a role to build a peaceful, safe, peaceful atmosphere for students, mutual understanding and respect, (3) the internal environment of the pesantren plays a role in togetherness and religious activities, the quality of the intellectual intelligence of the students also increases with religious activities, and the spiritual level of the students is good.