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The Effect of Knowledge, Attitudes and Prevention Behaviors for Tuberculosis Infection in Nursing Students
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The Effect of Knowledge, Attitudes and Prevention Behaviors for Tuberculosis Infection in Nursing Students
Lim, Seung Joo; Lee, Hyun Joo;
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Purpose: This study aimed to identify the relationship among knowledge, attitudes and prevention behaviors (PB) on tuberculosis (Tb) infection in nursing students. Methods: 268 subjects were recruited from two universities located in C D cities of Korea and data were collected utilizing self-reported questionnaires. Results: The mean scores of knowledge, attitudes and PB on Tb infection were 64.83, 3.18 and 2.97. The knowledge differed according to gender (t
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