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A Study of Pregnancy healthcare Behavior of Vietnamese Spouses in Taipei Area of Taiwan
Cognition of Pregnancy Healthcare
Pregnancy Healthcare Behavior
Doing the Month
The study attempts to investigate the relationships between the socio-demographic characteristics, the cognition of pregnancy healthcare, cues to action and the behavior of pregnancy healthcare among Vietnamese spouses in Taiwan. It is cross-sectional with questionnaires designed by the survey of focus groups interview and references. Purposive sampling design was adopted and the population of the study is the Vietnamese female spouses attending elementary supplement schools within Taipei area. In all questionnaires received, 154 are valid and the data were analyzed by using descriptive statistics, independent t-test, one-way ANOVA, Pearson correlation and multiple regression. The major findings of this study are summarized as follows: 1.As for the cognition, most spouses can identify with the Taiwanese convention of tonic-eating when to be in confinement. About sixty percent spouses think of the experience of to be in confinement as pleasure；As for the cues to action, the knowledge about pregnancy mainly comes from hospitals, however, the knowledge about to be in confinement mainly comes from their mothers；As for the behavior, most spouses in Taiwan have eaten sesame chicken and Shen-Hua-Tang. Less than ten percent spouses in Taiwan have followed the particular practice of Vietnam when to be in confinement such as putting afire charcoal under the bed, wrapping the head with towel and choking external auditory meatus with cotton. 2.Among all socio-demographic characteristics, "The communication ability" would influence the cognition of pregnancy healthcare. Spouses with better communication ability would have better cognition；"The communication ability" and "whether the spouses are pregnant" affect the cues to action significantly. Spouses with better communication ability or be pregnant are more influenced by cues to action. "The education level of the husband" would affect the pregnancy healthcare behavior of spouses. Spouses whose husband has higher education level would has better pregnancy healthcare behavior. 3.The cognition of pregnancy healthcare, the cues to action and the behavior of pregnancy healthcare are positive correlation. 4.The socio-demographic characteristics, the cognition of pregnancy healthcare and the cues to action account for 49.4% of the variance in the behavior of Vietnamese spouses. The cognition of pregnancy healthcare can predict the behavior most significantly.
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