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Knowledge,attitude and practice of blood donation among students in an university in Taipei
The purpose of this study was to examine the correlation between knowledge, attitudes, and practice of blood donation among undergraduate students. The subjects of this cross-sectional study were undergraduate students over 20-year-old in a school in Taipei. The self-administered questionnaire was given to 372 participants. The results of the study are as follows: 1. Among study participants, 12.6% had ever donated blood during the past year. 2. Overall, the rate of correctly answering to the questionnaire of knowledge on blood donation was 62.3%. Female participants had a higher score on knowledge questionnaire (63.8%) than male participants (58.9%). 3. Participants had a positive attitude toward blood donation (the average score was 3.78 points out of 5.0 points). 4. Participants who reported a higher score on blood donation knowledge questionnaire were more likely to donate blood in the past year. (OR: 1.04; 95% CI: 1.02-1.06). 5. Participants who reported a higher score on the blood donation attitude questionnaire (with more positive attitude) were more likely to donate blood in the past year. (OR: 7.87; 95% CI: 3.42-18.10).
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