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A study on vision prevention behavior and it’s related factors among the school children’s primary caregivers in Shulin District, New Taipei City
vision prevention knowledge
vision prevention attitude
vision prevention behavior
The main purpose of this study was to explore vision prevention knowledge, attitude, behavior, and related factors among school children’s primary caregivers of a public kindergarten in Shulin District, New Taipei City. We purposive selected a public kindergarten and used the school children’s primary caregivers as the research subjects. A self-designed structured questionnaire was used and a total of 117 validated questionnaire was collected with 92.86 % of effective rate. Research results are summarized as follows： 1.The averaged vision prevention knowledge score was 88％,which is in the high score level. Most of the primary caregivers did not know the causes of myopia and was suffering from complications of high myopia. The primary caregivers have a vision prevention attitude but most of them find it difficult to learn how to protect their children's eyes and to bring their children for regular eyes check. The vision prevention behavior of the subjects was good. However, the lack of planning for outdoor activities in daily life led many preschool children to fail to enjoy outdoor activities on weekdays or holidays. 2.Among the variables of background in the study, there were three items related to vision prevention knowledge which are age, occupation, and family social status. Background variables related to vision prevention attitude are education level and family social status. Background variables related to vision prevention behavior are education level, occupation, and family social status. 3. Family social status index, vision prevention knowledge, and vision prevention attitude can effectively predict subjects' vision prevention behavior and explained 33.5% of the total variation. Among them, the vision prevention attitude has the greatest impact on predicting vision prevention behavior, followed by vision prevention knowledge, and family social status index. Key Words: preschool children, primary caregivers, vision prevention knowledge, vision prevention attitude, vision prevention behavior
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