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Title: A Model for the Promoting of Infectious Waste Management Behavior for the Prevention and Control of COVID-19 in Within Households of the Population in Phetchaburi Province
Other Titles: รูปแบบการส่งเสริมพฤติกรรมการจัดการมูลฝอยติดเชื้อจากการป้องกันและควบคุมโรคโควิด 19 ในครัวเรือนของประชาชนจังหวัดเพชรบุรี
Authors: Kulthokaew, Jarinya
Thianpongsri, Patthamawadee
Thongthai, Onuma
Keatchoopiput, Jarinya
Aunkhao, Phatsariya
Dopong, Chatrada
Nilnate, Nathakon
Keywords: Model
Infectious Waste
Infectious Waste Management Behavior
Covid-19 Prevention and Control
Issue Date: 8-Jul-2022
Publisher: The 14th NPRU National Academic Conference Nakhon Pathom Rajabhat University
Abstract: The primary purpose of this quasi-experimental study was to develop a model and evaluate the efficacy of a behavioral promotion of infectious waste management from COVID-19 prevention and control in Phetchaburi province households. The study was conducted on a sample of 35 people. The model was developed by applying the concept of the PRECEDE Model, consisting of four main activities: 1) survey and analysis of basic data, 2) motivation and positive attitude, 3) increasing knowledge, and 4) building skills by demonstrating and practicing the participatory practice of family members. The data was analyzed using the Pair Simple T-Test statistic and the Wilcoxon signed-rank test statistic. The results showed that the model for the management of infectious waste from the prevention and control of COVID-19 in the households of the people of the province of Phetchaburi was implemented over a period of six weeks and consisted of four main activities: 1) collecting and analyzing fundamental data 2) create motivation, 3) develop knowledge and a positive attitude, and 4) develop skills in infectious waste management from COVID-19 prevention and control in the home. It was found that the sample group had a level of knowledge Attitudes and behaviors associated with overall infectious waste management were significantly improved (p-vale < 0.05). Therefore, planning should be a priority for local authorities such as sub-district health-promoting hospitals, local administrative organizations in the area, etc. Using the concept of family participation in health promotion, the event will design and jointly develop policies for the management of infectious household waste. as a guideline for proper waste disposal Reduce the likelihood of breaking the COVID-19 infection cycle, lowering the morbidity rate, and preventing the spread of COVID-19 to the next area.
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