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health promotion schools
director of health section
The purpose of study was to understand the person’s cognition, attitude and implementation of health promotion schools（HPS），who worked as a director of health section elementary school and junior high school in Chang-Hua County. The subjects were sampled by systematic sampling and the data were collected by self-administrated questionnaire. The valid samples were 141, and the major finding were as follows： I.The best of subject’s cognition about HPS was the physical environment, the social environment was secondary, and the school health policies were the worst. II.The subjects who had been participating the training activities about HPS,more support for HPS,While the longer the committee of school health had been founded , the subjects who had been used the social resource, and the extent of staff who understood and supported HPS program, were more related to higher score of cognition of HPS. III.The subjects attitude toward HPS was found that, the attitude of school health service was the most important, the physical environment was secondary, and the community relationship was the worst important. IV.Those who were supporting of HPS, the longer committee of school health had been founded, the extent of staff’s were the more positive attitude toward HPS. V.The implementation of HPS, the implementation of school health service was the best, and the physical environment was secondary, and the community relationship was the worst. VI.The subjects had been trained in HPS program were more supporting the work of HPS. In addition, the longer the committee of school health had been founded , the more extent of school of staff’s supporting, was higher related to score of the implementation of HPS.
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