Paper Title
The Effects of Osteoporosis Prevention Training on Physical Activity of Women Aged Over 40 Years

Abstract
Osteoporosis is the most common metabolic bone disease which is currently recognized as a Public health Problem. This study aimed to evaluate the effect of educational osteoporosis prevention program on physical activity of women aged over 40 years. This quasi-experimental study used non-randomized convenient sampling method to select 67 women. The training program was carried out using pamphlets and posters, and also via answering participants’ questions. The data was collected using a questionnaire which was completed before and a month after the intervention. There was a significant and positive relation between knowledge and education (P=0.00, r=0.543). There was also a significant and negative relation between education and physical activity (P=0.05, r=0.379). Administration of training program via training posters and pamphlets had a positive effect on raising people’s knowledge and promoting osteoporosis preventive behaviors (Physical activity). Keywords: Osteoporosis, Training, Physical Activity, Women.