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The study on relevant factors on the implementation of health promoting school by Section chiefs of hygiene in Taipei County and City Middle schools
health promotion schools(HPS)
Section Chiefs of Hygiene
ABSTRACT This research is mainly focused on the outcome and relevant influencing factors of the implementation of health promoting school (HPS) by Section Chiefs of Hygiene in Taipei County and City Middle Schools. The population of the study is Section Chiefs of Hygiene within Taipei County and City Middle Schools during academic year 97. Random samples were selected and mail-in self answering structured questionnaires were provided. The research tool is from the author's self-developed structured questionnaires. 97 effective samples received. Major findings from the research are: I. The factor that affects the cognition, attitude, self-efficiency and the outcome of the implementation from participants’ HPS indicates the best ranking is the environment of the school, followed by health services and community relations. There is a possible correlation between participants’ cognition, attitude, self-efficiency and the outcome of the implementation. Ranking from the highest to lowest is cognition, attitude, and self-efficiency. II. The factor influences the implementation of HPS participants are sex, the length of time since healthcare committee established, the number of academic years since the implementation in HPS, budget, the resource of manpower, the use of community resource, the understanding and the support from co-workers in the school, etc. III. Female participants have better outcome implementing health policy then male; The longer healthcare committee established the better outcome implementing community relations. Greater variety and numbers of manpower involved, better use of community resources, better understanding and support from school co-workers all leads to better implementation in HPS. IV. The best factors that predict implementation by participants in HPS are the cognition between participants and their HPS, self-efficiency, the structure and the operation of school healthcare committee, and the usage of community resource. These factors explain 60% of variance in HPS implementation.
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