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The Influence of Health Belief Model on the Parents' Adoption of Preventive Measures against Myopia for Their Elementary School Children�
The purpose of this research concerns the application of a "Health Belief Model in an investigation on the factors influencing the parents of Taipei city school children in adopting certain myopia preventative measures for their children." There are 525 participants. The conclusions and recommendations are as follows: 1. Generally speaking, the participants have taken a highly active role in. 2. Participants who answered "School children's Perceived susceptibility to myopia" were influenced by the following factors: the child's age, whether the child has myopia, whether the mother of the child suffers from myopia, and SES (The family's social/economic status) are emerged obviously difference. Participants' "School children's perceived barriers of taking action to myopia" and "Taking preventative for school children's myopia cue in action" and the participants' answer to "the source of information for myopic preventative measures". Participants' adoption myopic preventative measures for their children were influenced by factors such as the child's academic records, whether the mother of the child suffers from myopia, and SES. 3. Participants that: "School children's Perceived severity to myopia", "School children's perceived benefits of taking action to myopia", are highly "Taking preventative for school children's myopia cue in action", has encountered few "School children's perceived barriers of taking action to myopia", have a higher tendency to adopt myopic preventative measures for their children. Furthermore, the following factors: "Health belief in myopic prevention for school children", "Taking preventative for school children's myopia cue in action" and "the population change indices"; explain 21.5% of participants' decision to adopt myopic preventative measures.
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