The effects of basic life support learning program on knowledge attitude and skill in basic life support in primary school students, Watduangkhae School

Authors

  • Apirom Lienkrua Police Nursing College, Police General Hospital, Royal Thai Police
  • Araya Throrungruang Police Nursing College, Police General Hospital, Royal Thai Police
  • Punyarat Huttakee Police Nursing College, Police General Hospital, Royal Thai Police
  • Pranee Sanee Police Nursing College, Police General Hospital, Royal Thai Police
  • Parinya Kaewsongk Police Nursing College, Police General Hospital, Royal Thai Police
  • Udomsak Sirinongwa Watduangkhae school

Keywords:

basic life support learning program, basic life support, primary school students

Abstract

The purpose of this Quasi-Experimental Design was to study the effects of the basic life support learning program on knowledge, attitudes, and basic life support skills in primary school students. The eighty participants were studying in the 4th to 6th year of primary school at Watduangkhae School. These participants were recruited for the study using a purposive sampling method. The questionnaires consisted of data collection tools and experimental tools. Data collection tools included the basic life support knowledge test and the basic life support attitudes questionnaire. The experimental tools were the basic life support learning program, CPR training manikin, and documentation for teaching the basic life support. Data were analyzed by descriptive statistics, Wilcoxon Signed Ranks Test, and McNemar test.

Results revealed that 1) The basic life support knowledge scores in the participants after receiving the basic life support learning program (Mdn = 8, IQR = 1) were significantly higher than before receiving the intervention (Mdn = 6, IQR = 2) (p-value < 0.001), 2) The basic life support attitudes scores in the participants after receiving the basic life support learning program (Mdn = 15, IQR = 1) was significantly higher than before receiving the intervention (Mdn = 13, IQR = 3) (p-value < 0.001), and 3) The basic life support skills of the participants had significantly better after receiving the basic life support learning program (p-value < 0.001).

Findings suggest that this program should be integrated into the primary school curriculum for promoting the knowledge, right skills, and positive attitudes about basic life support.

   

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2022-09-24

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Lienkrua A, Throrungruang A, Huttakee P, Sanee P, Kaewsongk P, Sirinongwa U. The effects of basic life support learning program on knowledge attitude and skill in basic life support in primary school students, Watduangkhae School. Thai J Cardio-Thorac Nurs. [Internet]. 2022 Sep. 24 [cited 2024 Jun. 13];33(1):149-66. Available from: https://he02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/journalthaicvtnurse/article/view/255744

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