Study of relationship between Primary Schools Teachers’ Knowledge and their socio demographic characteristics about First Aids in Al-Najaf City
Keywords:First Aids, Primary School, Teachers' knowledge, Socio-demographic characteristics
Background: First aid is the initial care of the ill or injured. The aims of first aid are to preserve and protect life, prevent further injury or deterioration of illness and help to promote recovery.
Aims of the study: The study aimed to identify the relationship between primary schools teachers’ knowledge at post-test and their demographic characteristics of gender, age, social status, level of education, and years of experience.
Methodology: The study used a quasi-experimental design to identify the relationship between primary schools teachers’ knowledge at post-test and their demographic characteristics at governmental primary schools in Al-Najaf City, Iraq, by using a convenient sample of 50 teachers that divided into two group (study and control), 25 teachers each group. Data were collected from ten from October 20th 2019 to Jun 9th 2021, and by using self by self-administered questionnaire.
Results: Results shows that a weak relationships are a proved between teachers' knowledge with socio-demographic variables at P>0.05.
Conclusion: Our findings shows that there is no statistical significant between demographic data of group study sample and their knowledge at (post-test) educational program follow up p-value > 0.05.
Recommendations: The study recommended that there is a need to application of first aid education and training programs in all primary schools in the city of. In addition, to enhance teachers' knowledge through the use of knowledge dissemination tools such as posters
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