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“Knowledge, Attitude and practice (KAP) study on Dengue fever among 1st and 2nd year biomedical sciences students in ukm 2009”


Group members
Group members fever

  • Ho Sie Hong A114542

  • Kam Han Nee A110930

  • Heng Kai Yen A114169

  • LohJaik Pei A111157

  • Jocelyn Chan YunnNing A110755

  • Sharon Gwee Sian Khee A110782

  • NurAfrizaMohdFaizalOng A114632

  • NurNabilahNajib A115321

  • NorulHidayuMohdNorapi A114419

  • Nur ‘AmiraHarun A115049

  • Wan NurLiyana Wan MohdKamil A114534

  • SitiNoorhalizIlias A114912

  • TohSiew Yean A114085

  • Mas Ida Norani Mat Akhir A114707

  • Parameswary A/P Velupillai A110742


Research justification
Research justification fever

  • Due to the high prevalence of dengue fever in Malaysia.

  • To find out how far the respondents concern about this issue

  • To create awareness towards this issue among the respondents


Literature review
LITERATURE REVIEW fever

  • Definition

  • Dengue is a viral infection transmitted by mosquitoes, mainly the Aedesaegyptispecies.

  • There are four strains or serotypes of dengue virus namely DEN-1, DEN-2, DEN-3 and DEN-4.


  • Epidemiology fever

  • Dengue viruses occur in most tropical areas of the world.

  • Common in Africa, Asia, the Pacific, Australia, and the Americas.

  • In Malaysia:

    1902 -> Earliest recorded case of dengue fever in Penang.

    1962 -> First major dengue outbreak in Penang.

    1973-> Nationwide outbreak in Kuala Lumpur


Dengue cases in malaysia from 1998 2008
Dengue Cases In Malaysia From 1998-2008 fever

Source from Ministry of Health Malaysia

**28.12.2008 – 03/01/2009 ,1157 cases with 4 fatality cases have been reported!**


Conceptual framework
Conceptual framework fever

  • location

gender

year

race

knowledge

attitude

practice


Research question research hypothesis
Research question & research hypothesis fever

  • Research Question

    - Is the level of KAP among 1st and 2nd year Biomedical Sciences students high?

  • Research Hypothesis

    - The level of KAP among 1st and 2nd year Biomedical Sciences students is high.


General objective
GENERAL OBJECTIVE fever

  • To study the current level of knowledge, attitude and practice among 1st and 2nd year Biomedical Sciences students in UKM 2009 about Dengue fever


Specific objectives
Specific Objectives fever

  • To calculate the number of students by gender and race

  • To determine the KAP about Dengue Fever among 1st and 2nd year Biomedical Sciences students

  • To compare the KAP level on Dengue fever by year of study, gender and race


Background
BACKGROUND fever

  • The respondents are 1st and 2nd year UKM Biomedical Sciences students in 2009.

  • They are from the Faculty of Allied Health Sciences in University Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM), Campus Kuala Lumpur.


Research design
RESEARCH DESIGN fever

  • Cross-sectional studies

  • This study allows the assessment of the respondent’s current level of KAP towards dengue fever at one time only.


Sampling method
Sampling method fever

  • Stratified Random Sampling

  • Target Population

    - All Biomedical Sciences students in UKM KKL.

  • Study population

    - A group of 1st and 2nd year Biomedical Sciences students in UKM KKL.


  • Sample Frame fever

    - The list of 1st and 2nd year Biomedical Sciences students in 2009

  • Sample unit

    - students

  • Sample size

    ~ total 1st year students = 84 students

    ~ total 2nd year students = 97 students


  • This is the formula that being use to calculate the sample size

    n = λ2 NP (1-P)

    ∆2 (N-1) + λ2P (1-P)

  • From the formula,

    - sample size for 1st year students = 78

    - sample size for 2nd year students = 83

    - total sample size = 161

  • But in this study, we employ universal sampling method

  • For each stratum, we employ simple random sampling method.


Materials methods being used
MATERIALs/METHODs BEING USED size

  • Questionnaire

    - Indirect Method

    - Closed Ended Question

    - Likert scale


Research analysis
Research analysis size

  • by using SPSS version 15.0, we employ these statistical tests

    - Independent t-test

    - One way ANOVA

    - One Way Chi square


Defining variables
Defining variables size

  • Dependent Variables:

    - Knowledge

    - Attitude

    - Practice


  • Independent Variables: size

    - Gender

    - Race – Chinese, Malays, Indians or Others

    - Year of study – 1st or 2nd year UKM Biomedical Sciences students of session 2008-2009


Inclusion criteria
INCLUSION Criteria size

  • Inclusion Criteria

  • All 1st and 2nd year Biomedical Sciences students in UKM KKL



References
REFERENCES size

  • http://www.sdnbd.org/dengue_fever.htm

  • http://www.geocities.com/prevent_dengue/informat.html

  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dengue_fever

  • http://www.lawestvector.org/Dengue.htm

  • http://www.infosihat.gov.my/isusemasa.php?id=17

  • http://www.myhealth.gov.my/myhealth/bm/template.jsp?showMe=28&storyid=1231474221719

  • Utusan Malaysia.Jumaat.9 January 2009



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