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|Other Titles:||A Study of the Fifth and Sixth Grade Students' Knowledge, Attitude, Behavior Intention, and Educational Need of CPR in Taipei City|
Department of Health Promotion and Health Education National Taiwan Normal University
|Abstract:||本研究之目的在瞭解台北市國小高年級學生心肺復甦術知識、態度、行爲意圖及教育需求之 現況，並探討心肺復甦術知識、態度與行爲意圖、教育需求間的關係。研究母群體爲台北市國小五﹑六年級學生，採分層集束選樣抽取八個行政區16班447名爲 樣本，再以自編結構式問卷爲工具，共得有效樣本442人(98.9%)。資料以獨立樣本t檢定、皮爾森積差相關和複迴歸等方式加以統計，主要發現如下： （一）研究對象心肺復甦術知識答對率49.0%；態度偏正向；行爲意圖中間偏高；教育需求偏高。（二）六年級、曾學過心肺復甦術、有急救處理經驗的學生， 心肺復甦術的教育需求較高。（三）態度愈正向，行爲意圖愈強；知識愈佳、態度愈正向，則教育需求愈高。（四）個人背景、心肺復甦術知識和態度可解釋行爲意 圖20.4%及教育需求33.8%的變異量，而對心肺復甦術的態度、急救處理經驗是重要預測變項。|
The purpose of this study was to assess students' knowledge, attitude, behavior intention, and educational need of CPR; moreover, explore their relationships. Using stratified cluster sampling, 447 fifth and sixth grade students were selected from a basal group of students in Taipei. A self-administered questionnaire was used and data of 445 (98.9%) valid samples were collected. Student t-test, Pearson product moment correlation, and multiple regression were used to analyze the data. The major findings of this study were as follows: 1. The subjects' CPR knowledge was 49.0%, attitude toward CPR was positive, and subjects' behavior intention toward CPR and educational need of CPR curriculum were both high. 2. Educational need of CPR of those who were the sixth grade students, had learned CPR, and had done first aid for others was higher than their countyparty. 3. The more positive attitude towards CPR, the higher behavior intention. The more positive attitude towards CPR, the better the CPR knowledge, the higher the educational need of CPR. 4. Personal factors, knowledge of CPR, and attitude toward CPR could explain 20.4% variance of behvaior intention of CPRand30.8% variance of CPR educational need. CPR attitude and first aid experience were the important predictors of behvaior intention of CPR and CPR educational need.
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