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A Study on Behavioral Intention Prevention and Related Factors of Dengue Fever Among Community Epidemic Preventive Volunteers in Taipei City
community epidemic prevention volunteers
dengue fever prevention knowledge
dengue fever prevention attitude
dengue fever prevention self-efficacy
dengue fever prevention behavior intention
The purpose of this study was to investigate the behavioral intention and related factors of dengue fever prevention among community epidemic preventive volunteers in Taipei City. Research objects were the community epidemic prevention volunteers recruited in 2019 by Taipei City Health Bureau. Random sampling and self-compiled questionnaires were adapted. A total of 188 valid samples were obtained with the recovery rate of 94%. The results of this study are as follows: 1.Participants had an averaged score of 80.6% on dengue fever prevention and control knowledge, which is between intermediate to upper level. Research data showed their attitude towards dengue fever prevention and control was positive. 2.Participants with 3 to 5 years volunteer experience and joined the volunteers group through self-recommended showed significant differences in dengue prevention knowledge. 3.Participants' knowledge, attitude, self-efficacy of dengue fever prevention and control showed a significant positive correlation with their behavioral intentions. 4.Participants' dengue fever prevention knowledge, attitude, and self-efficacy can effectively predict their dengue prevention behavior intentions with an explanatory power (R2) of 71%. Among them, dengue prevention self-efficacy has the greatest influence.
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