Knowledge, Attitude, and Motivation T oward Body Donation of Students at Kanchanabhishek Institute of Medical and Public Health Technology

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Jureeporn U-pathi
Karnchana Nimsuntorn

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The model of this study was descriptive research. The purpose of this research was to study the relationship among personal factors, knowledge, attitude and motivation toward body donation of students at Kanchanabhishek Institute of Medical and Public Health Technology. The sample consisted of 407 students of academic year 2017. The research instruments were questionnaires. The Data was analyzed by using mean, standard deviation, Independent sample t-test, One Way ANOVA, Pearson's correlation coefficient and Multiple regression analysis. The results of the relationship among students program and knowledge toward body donation were significant difference when p < 0.05 (p = 0.013). The correlation analysis show that the knowledge and attitude were significant difference when p < 0.01 (r =.197 and .605 respectively). The factors that motivate toward body donation of students in this study was their attitude and that could predict 37.10%.

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