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Title: 國中學生用藥素養教育介入成效研究
Effects of Medication Literacy Education Intervention for Middle School Students
Authors: 張鳳琴
張晏蓉
許嘉芬
Hsu, Chia-Fen
Keywords: 國中學生
用藥素養
教育介入
middle school students
medication literacy
educational intervention
Issue Date: 2019
Abstract: 本研究發展國中學生用藥素養教育課程,並評價教育介入對國中學生用藥知識、用藥態度、用藥效能、用藥素養之影響。採準實驗設計,以新北市某國中三年級學生共約450人為研究對象,實驗組約246人,對照組約204人。研究於108年2月至4月進行,實驗組進行前後測及2堂共90分鐘用藥素養教育課程教學,分別為「單元一:生活藥加分」、「單元二:我藥放好」,對照組只進行前後測,並利用廣義估計方程式(Generalized Estimating Equations)進行分析。 研究結果發現經由用藥素養教育課程教學介入後,能顯著提升學生用藥知識、態度、效能、素養。受試學生表示在遊戲中學習用藥知識是有趣的,願意將所學實際運用於生活中。建議未來可將此教材納入用藥教育課程中,提升學生用藥素養。
The present study developed a medication literacy educational intervention for middle school students and evaluated the effects of the intervention on students’ medication knowledge, attitude, efficacy, and literacy. This study was a quasi-experimental design. The participants were ninth grade students from a school in New Taipei City. In 2019, a total of 246 students in the experimental group and 204 students in the control group completed pre and post questionnaire. The experimental group participated in the medication literacy intervention, while the control group received routine curriculum. Generalized Estimating Equations method was used to examine the effects. The results showed that the medication literacy educational intervention had positive effects on improving students’ medication knowledge, attitude, efficacy and literacy. It was suggested that schools could implement this intervention to enhance students’ medication literacy.
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