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A study on behavioral intention of enterovirus prevention and related factors among parents of a kindergarten in Taipei city
enterovirus prevention knowledge
enterovirus prevention attitude
enterovirus prevention behavior intention
The purpose of this study was to investigate the intentions of enterovirus prevention and its related factors in parents of a public kindergarten in Taipei. Taking samples for sampling, the parents of kindergartens attending a public kindergarten in Taipei City in the 107th academic year were selected as research objects. The research tools were collected and structured questionnaires. A total of 128 valid questionnaires were collected, and the recovery rate was 85.3%. The research results were summarized as follows: 1. In the research topic of enterovirus prevention and treatment, the average answer rate is 83.8%, which is moderate to upper level, but the cognition method and the proportion of bleaching water bubble ratio are poor. The overall attitude of enterovirus prevention tends to be positive, but for the government It does not agree with the part of the kindergarten for the prevention and treatment of enterovirus; the intention of prevention and treatment of enterovirus prevention tends to be positive, but it does not show the intention of preventing the transmission of enterovirus to children and the disinfection of the home environment. positive. 2. Among the background variables of the study subjects, only the "educational level" and the knowledge of enterovirus prevention and treatment were significantly different. The other background variables and the knowledge, attitudes and prevention behaviors of enterovirus prevention were not significantly different from each other. 3. The attitude of enterovirus prevention and treatment in the study subjects showed a significant positive correlation with the intention of enterovirus prevention behavior. 4. The "intestinal virus prevention and treatment attitude" of the study subjects has predictive power for the prevention of behavioral behavior of enterovirus, and the explanatory power (R2) is 3.4%.
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