Reported motivating factors for donating blood were one day off The results of socio-demographic characteristics are shown in Figure 1. The blood groups of respondent were A Rhesus Rh positive 25 Some participants also perceived that the lack of access to blood when needed hinder voluntary blood donation.
However, given our consistent past findings there is no reason to expect that overall knowledge, attitudes and concerns of Greek undergraduate health science students would be notably different at a national level. Afr J Pharm Pharmacol 6 11 3. Competing Interests The authors have declared that no competing interest exists.
A community-based cross-sectional study was conducted from July 1 to July 31, Participants' awareness of blood donation sites within the community The male participants felt that blood could be donated in the hospital, school, health post, open environment, or any safe place, while the female participants mentioned only hospital and laboratory as the possible blood donation sites.
Also statistical data on the prevalence of Transfusion Transmitted Infections TTIs in the donor population in the country and various reports on blood transfusion services during the last decade indicate that this population group provides blood donors during emergencies and disasters is accessible, educated, presents a high potential of becoming regular voluntary non remunerated blood donors.
National Assembly of Wales. Donated blood can be lifesaving for persons who have lost large amounts of blood because of serious accidents, new medical and surgical procedures, civil conflicts, and military wars as well as for patients who have become severely anemic because of serious hematological diseases or treatments such as cancer therapy.
The hospital has over 3, health workers nonphysicians in various departments. Even with an adequate knowledge about blood donation, a majority of medical students have not donated blood before.
Participants' experiences with blood donation Three out of the eight male participants had a history of blood donation. Most of the respondents were educated however the population education status is different in different areas of Copyright: Almost 73 percent of the population in the State is literate, with significant inter-district variations.
Financial support and sponsorship. Awareness about blood donation, source of knowledge about blood donation, reasons for not donating blood are particularly stressed. The strong association between possession of an organ donor card informed group and the willingness to donate organs has been shown in a German study among public officials [ 33 ].
In addition, government and nongovernmental organizations should embark on mass literacy and awareness programs to address the ignorance and misconceptions of blood donation among the rural dwellers.
People in the age group 31—50 years, males, higher education and military were more likely to donate blood as well as People who showed higher knowledge level and positive attitude towards blood donation. The majority of the respondents had a good knowledge on who should and who should not donate.
The major source of information has to shift from family and friends to authentic sources. Uttarakhand lies in the higher Himalayan region, which is highly dissected, undulating, rugged and earth quake prone with cold climate and poor quality soils.
It included questions covering 6 areas: Int J Nurs Educ Scholarsh. Practice This segment highlighted the current practices that could potentially be used as future information distribution. A total of staffs were recruited. Same is the case with ethnicity, the study showed a skewed representation of provincial population.
Information on a study of blood donors with hemochromatosis; Overview of a study on blood donors who have antibodies to hepatitis B. Knowledge on blood donation.
The use of these life saving products may be complicated by infectious and immunological diseases some of which could be life threatening. Strategies to compensate donors in such a way that they can have regular access to blood when needed should be developed.
The objective of this study was to determine the knowledge, attitude and practice about blood donation among medical students in two Medical schools of the Caribbean.
Knowledge of blood donation All participants have heard of blood donation. Reduction of hepatitis B seroprevalence in blood banking units by combined utilization of self-exclusion forms and clinical evaluation of blood donation candidates in Turkey. Materials and Methods Place of study Uttarakhand came into existence on the 9th of November and constituted the 27th state of the Republic of India.
Figure 4 Increased reticulin in marrow reticulin stain. The questionnaire was designed with 30 questions with closed ended multiple answers to measure the KAP about blood Figure 1: Efforts to include equal representation in a country wide study or a divided area wise undertaking of KAP and implementation of consequential effective directed measures is required for optimal results.
Attitudes to kidney donation among primary care patients in rural Crete, Greece. A total of. The study is carried out to find out the prevalence of blood donors and to explore the knowledge, attitude and practice on voluntary blood donation of medical students.
The current study was undertaken to understand the awareness of Medical undergraduate students of preliminary years on the voluntary blood donation service by assessing their knowledge, attitude and practice in blood donation.
Thus, the aim of this study was to assess community knowledge, attitude, and practice regarding voluntary blood donation among adults in Harar town, Ethiopia.
Materials and methods: A community-based cross-sectional study was conducted from July 1 to July 31, Knowledge of and Attitudes Toward Organ Donation PRHSJ Vol. 32 No. 4 • December, Marqués et al Results (23%), that cardiovascular disease or diabetes mellitus are not contraindications for organ donation (%), and that the.
Objective To explore the views and attitudes of Indians living in England on blood donation. Background In light of the predicted shortages in blood supply, it is vital to consider ways in which to maximise donation rates.
These include addressing the issue of lower donation rates among ethnic minorities, including Indians. However research specifically among minority ethnicities in UK is sparse. Keywords: Knowledge, Attitude, Blood donation, Medical and non-medical students INTRODUCTION “Every blood donor is hero” is the main theme of world blood donor day1.
In medical emergencies the only way to save individual’s life is the blood transfusion. A sufficient blood supply is.Knowledge and attitude on blood donation