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A Study on Nutrition Knowledge, Nutrition Attitude, Dietary Behavior, and Related Factors among Employees at A Medical Center in Taipei.
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This study is designed to investigate the nutrition knowledge, nutrition attitude, dietary behavior of employees at a medical center in Taipei and the differences of personal background factors on nutritional attitudes and dietary behavior, nutritional knowledge, and understanding of nutrition knowledge, nutrition attitude and dietary behavior between the three. The subjects of this study were the employees at a medical center in Taipei, and using the stratified cluster sampling method and self-made questionnaire survey, 359 valid samples were collected. The research data were analyzed by descriptive statistics, independent-samples T Test, one-way ANOVA, Pearson's correlation and multiple regression, results were as follows: 1.The nutrition knowledge of the subject was higher in the food, and thecorrect rate of the balanced diet was lower. The nutrition attitude is better in the balanced nutrition, but the Emotional eating attitude is poorer; the dietary behavior is better in the frequency and weight of food intake, while the balanced diet and eating skills are poorer. 2.Personal background factors with age, education and professional titles and other variables for nutritional attitude and dietary behavior were significantly different. 3.Although there was no significant correlation between nutrition knowledge and dietary behavior, nutritional knowledge and nutritional attitude（p< 0.001）, whereas nutritional attitude and dietary behaviors ware positively correlated（p< 0.001). 4.Personal background and nutritional knowledge can not predict of dietary behavior, and nutrition attitude can effectively predict the dietary behavior, and the predictive power is up to 19.6%. The findings of this study provide the evidence for further studies.
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