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The aim of this study was to investigate the knowledge, belief, self-efficacy, action and evaluation on health promoting city in Sijhih city. Method: A survey was conducted by the structured questionnaire. We collected data from participants through Sijhih Health City workshops and related health promotion activities. A total of 225 citizens finished the questionnaire. Result: Results showed that participants correctly answer knowledge items regarding health city ranged from 36.7% to 80.6%. Participants indicated a high degree of belief, self-efficacy, action and evaluation on health city in Sijhih city. The path analysis results showed that the pathway among knowledge, belief, self-efficiency, and evaluation on health city had significantly positive direction, but the pathway between knowledge and action was significantly negative direction. In addition, a path coefficient between knowledge and action was the negative value, and action and evaluation, too. Conclusion: There have positive relationships among knowledge, belief, self-efficiency, and evaluation for promoting Sijhih city among participants to become health city. However, participants hesitated to take actions that supports health promoting city will be a challenge to future practitioner.
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