The Development of Social Media to Health Education For Personnel in Science and Technology, Pibulsongkram Rajabhat University
Keywords:Social Media, health education, personnel
This research is quasi-experimental. One study group was measured before and after the experiment (one group pretest-posttest design). The objective is to develop online media for health education for personnel and study the effectiveness of online media for health education for personnel Faculty of Science and Technology at Phibunsongkhram Rajabhat University. The sample group is the personnel of the Faculty of Science and Technology at Phibunsongkhram Rajabhat University, consisting of 98 people using simple random sampling. The tools were questionnaires and the media. The instrument used was a questionnaire. The data were analyzed by descriptive statistics such as frequency distribution, percentage, mean, standard deviation, and statistics paired sample t-test. The results revealed that satisfaction with health education of content had a high level, media quality had the highest level, and publicity had a high level. After the experiment, the average scores were higher than before the experiment significantly at the statistical level of .001. The results can be applied to online media for health education in the organization.
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