Further Analysis of Attitude of Last Year Nursing Students in Nam Dinh University of Nursing for Blood and Body Fluids Prevention

Pham Thi Bich Ngoc1, Hoang Thi Minh Thai2, Dinh TRan Ngoc Huy3

1Pham Thi Bich Ngoc, Nam Dinh University of Nursing, Vietnam.

2Hoang Thi Minh Thai, Nam Dinh Univerrsity of Nursing, Vietnam

3Dinh TRan Ngoc Huy, MBA, Banking University HCMC, Ho Chi MInh city Vietnam – International University of Japan, Japan.

Manuscript received on 12 April 2021 | Revised Manuscript received on 31 May 2021 | Manuscript Accepted on 15 June 2021 | Manuscript published on 30 June 2021 | PP: 11-15 | Volume-1 Issue-3, June 2021 | Retrieval Number: 100.1/ijamst.B3006061221 | DOI:10.54105/ijamst.B3006.061321

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Abstract: This study conducted at Nam Dinh University of Nursing based on concept that Positive attitude towards occupational exposure can help nursing students self-correct their behavior in the prevention of blood and body fluid exposure. This paper aims to describe final-year nursing students’ attitude of Nam Dinh University of Nursing towards preventing exposures to blood and body fluids. Related to research methods, Final year full-time nursing students were randomly selected to answer questionnaires. Research results show The mean score of the attitude towards the prevention of exposure to blood and body fluids was 3.69 ± 0.22 points. In which, mean scores of students’ attitude towards severity; the importance of preventive measures; the role of solving, reporting, treating and monitoring post-exposure; self confidence; barriers to the practice of preventive measures are in turn 4,00 ± 0,41 points; 4,23 ± 0,43 points; 3,84 ± 0,48 points;2,8 ± 0,47 points; 3,61 ± 0,43 points. Authors conclude that attitude of final-year nursing students of Nam Dinh University of Nursing towards preventing exposures to blood and body fluids is moderate with mean score is 3,69 ± 0,22 points/5 points. Final-year nursing students have positive attitude towards severity and the importance of preventive measures but have negative attitude towards self confidence to do prevention measures to blood and body fluid exposures.

Keywords: Attitude, Nursing Student, Exposure.
Scope of the Article: Blood and Body Fluids Prevention