The affects of Health education on Knowledge, Attitude and Health practice of diabetes patient in the community to reduce blood sugar levels.

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สาโรจน์ ประพรมมา

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Modifying health behaviors is one way to reduce blood sugar levels of diabetic patients through health education process. This study aims to reflect the effect of health education of primary health services in the year 2557 as a result of their knowledge, attitudes and practice of people with diabetes. Research conducted by questionnaire in patients with type2diabetes were 71 people in two Health promoting hospitaldistrict during the month of December 2557. Analysis resulted from the Structural Equation Modelingshowed that knowledge and attitude also contribute directly to health practices(Coeff. = 0.27; 95% CI: 0.14, 0.40, and Coeff. = 0.42; 95% CI: 0.15, 0.70, respectively), where knowledge and attitudes have no relationship to each other, and found that the practice of diabetic caused by knowledge and attitude are still low (33.8 percent).As a result, control of blood sugar level is ineffective. And the model is consistent with empirical data (p-value from = 0.294, RMSEA = 0.046, PCLOSE = 0.492, CFI = 0.980, TLI = 0.969). This study demonstrates that the health education of primary health services do not connect knowledge attitude leads to behave correctly. As a result, people with diabetes control their blood sugar does not work it should. Development of knowledge and skill including health education program that works adapted to suit the local context is one of the suggestions.


 

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ประพรมมาส. The affects of Health education on Knowledge, Attitude and Health practice of diabetes patient in the community to reduce blood sugar levels. jdpc7kk [Internet]. 2018Dec.27 [cited 2020Jun.7];23(3):46-5. Available from: https://he01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jdpc7kk/article/view/163344
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