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The Relationship between Knowledge Sharing, Health Literacy, Social Support and Health Promoting–An Example of Infertile Women Community
With a growing body of research focusing on the influence of knowledge sharing among patient community on individual health promoting, this study attempts to shed a light on the mechanism by exploring the roles of health literacy and social support in the relationship between knowledge sharing and health promoting. A self-administrated questionnaire has been used for the study. Data were collected from 400 infertile women selecting from 3 different patient communities. This study investigated the relationship between knowledge sharing among infertile women community, health literacy, social support, and health promoting. The results indicate that knowledge sharing hold predictive power for health literacy and health promoting. Furthermore, health literacy mediates the relationship between knowledge sharing and health promoting. Although the moderating effect of social support is not significant in this study, social support still has a positive influence on health promoting. Based on these findings, the practical implications and suggestions are discussed as well.
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