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A Study of Vision Care Knowledge, Attitude, Behavior and Related Factors among Junior High School Students in Jianxi District, Luoyang City
middle school students
vision care knowledge
vision care attitude
vision care behavior
the main purpose of this study was to explore the knowledge,attitude and behavior of vision care and their related factors among the senior high school students in Luoyang City by cross-sectional survey.We selected 8th graders from 5 senior high school as the population in this research.These students wew studied during the second semester of 2018.There were 500 samples in this study.Using a self-desighed structured questionnaire, and 432 validated questionnaires were retrieved,which is 86.4% of the total questionnaires.The key points are summarized as follows: 1. The students' knowledge of vision care was above the average. The attitude towards visual health care tends to be positive on the whole. Poor eye care behavior, with nearly 90 percent of the subjects unable to get enough sleep, 80 percent unable to use 3C for 10 minutes every 30-40 minutes and for less than an hour a day. 2. The knowledge of vision care of the subjects varies with gender, myopia. There were significant differences in the vision care attitudes of the students due to the differences in "use-of-3C hours" and " outdoor-activity hours". The vision care behaviors of the study students were significantly different due to the differences in gender, "use-of-3C hours" and " outdoor activity hours". 3. There was a significant positive correlation among the vision care’s knowledge, attitude and behavior of the subjects. 4.Background variables, knowledge and attitudes related to vision care could effectively predict the subjects' optical care related behaviors and explain 21.3% of their total variation. Among them, the study subjects were male students, the less use of 3C products, the more outdoor activities, the more correct knowledge related to vision care, and the more positive attitude related to vision care, the better their vision care-related behaviors were.
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