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Nhan đề: Knowledge and perceptions of influenza vaccinations among college students in vietnam and the united states.
Tác giả: Kamimura, Akiko
Trinh, Nguyen Ha
Weaver, Shannon
Assasnik, Nushean
Hanh, Nguyen
Nourian, Maziar M.
Chernenko, Alla
Từ khoá: Beliefs
Vaccination
Influenza
United States
Vietnam
Năm xuất bản: 2017
Tùng thư/Số báo cáo: Journal of Preventive Medicine & Public Health;Volume 50, Page 268-273
Tóm tắt: OBJECTIVES: Influenza is a significant worldwide public health issue. Knowledge and perceptions regarding the flu vaccination are associated with whether individuals obtain the vaccination. The purpose of this study was to examine how such perceptions were related to knowledge and self-efficacy regarding influenza and the flu vaccination in Vietnam and the US. METHODS: College students (n=932) in Vietnam (n=495) and the US (n=437) completed a self-administered survey regarding knowledge and perceptions of influenza vaccinations in September and October 2016. RESULTS: Vietnamese participants reported significantly lower levels of awareness about flu risk, higher levels of negative attitudes toward flu vaccination, lower levels of knowledge about the flu and vaccination, and lower levels of self-efficacy than US participants. Higher levels of flu and flu vaccination knowledge and self-efficacy regarding general responsible health practices were associated with lower levels of negative perceptions of flu risk and attitudes toward vaccination. At the same time, self-efficacy regarding responsible health practices was associated with higher levels of awareness of flu risk and lower levels of negative attitudes toward vaccination. Self-efficacy regarding exercise was associated with lower levels of perceptions of flu risk and higher levels of negative attitudes toward vaccination. CONCLUSIONS: Vietnam could benefit from influenza education based on this comparison with the US. In both countries, knowledge and self-efficacy were found to be important factors influencing perceptions of influenza risk and vaccination.
Định danh: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5541278/pdf/jpmph-50-4-268.pdf
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