Prevention of Hand Foot and Mouth Disease Through Participation in Child care center And Primary School PhuKraDueng District Loei Province

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บุญเทียน อาสารินทร์
นรา เทียมคลี
สมพร อุ่นคำ

Abstract

This action research aimed to study the prevention of hand food and mouth disease  through participation. Fifty-nine participants were appreciated to join with this study. They were composed of child care teacher and health worker in the Phukradueng district. Take action on during August,1 2014 thru July,31 2015. The data were analyzed by descriptive statistics and t-test.


          The results revealed that the participants were female as 91.1%, an average age was 42.9 (S.D.=12.1), the marital status were married as 75%, the subjects completed bachelor level as 89.3%, an average child care work was 13.5%(S.D.=13.4), the subjects receive health examination every year as 78.6%, the ever training of disease as 78.6%, an average of child care teacher member as 3.2 person and child member as 48.5 person. The results of prevention hand food and mouth disease  were 1) There were four projects obtaining from the participatory planning, such as participant without hand food and mouth disease project, child care and primary school cleanly project, children attend for cleaning project, and detection for catching hand food and mouth disease project.  2) The comparison of knowledge and practice between before and after development program was significance at high level (p-value<0.001), 3)The comparison of hand food and mouth disease before development program  participation was 92 case (rate 257.07/100,000 population), after was 44 case (rate 151.79/100,000 population). become lower as 40.95%.

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อาสารินทร์บ, เทียมคลีน, อุ่นคำส. Prevention of Hand Foot and Mouth Disease Through Participation in Child care center And Primary School PhuKraDueng District Loei Province. jdpc7kk [Internet]. 2018Dec.28 [cited 2020Jun.7];23(3):67-6. Available from: https://he01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jdpc7kk/article/view/163604
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