Predicting Factors of Parents Caring Behavior for Exacerbation Prevention in School- Age Children with Allergic Rhinitis

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อุไรวรรณ เที่ยงสมบูรณ์ สุรศักดิ์ ตรีนัย

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The purpose of this study were to determine the factors that predictors of parents caring behavior for exacerbation in school-age children with allergic rhinitis. This study sample included 213 parents of school-age children with allergic rhinitis. From using of multi-stage random sampling. Data were analyzed using descriptive statistic pearson’s product moment correlation coefficient and stepwise multiple regression. The major finding were as follows: 1) Parents caring behavior for exacerbation prevention in school-age children with allergic rhinitis was at appropriate high level (gif.latex?\bar{X} = 150.87, S.D. = 3.21) 2) Perceived self-efficacy, Perceived benefit, emotional support, appraisal support, instrumental support, income and information support were positively significantly correlated with parents caring behavior for exacerbation prevention in school-age children with allergic rhinitis. (r= .497, .403, .306, .279, .263, .237 and .227, p < .01 at respectively) and perceived barrier were negatively significantly correlated with parents caring behavior for exacerbation prevention in school-age children with allergic rhinitis. (r = -.361, p < .01) and 3) Perceived self-efficacy (β = .351), perceived benefit (β = .311), income (β = .150) and perceived barrier (β = -.133) were significant predictors and together account for 36.7 percent of the parents caring behavior for exacerbation prevention in school-age children with allergic rhinitis (R2 = .367, p < .05)

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เที่ยงสมบูรณ์อ, ตรีนัยส. Predicting Factors of Parents Caring Behavior for Exacerbation Prevention in School- Age Children with Allergic Rhinitis. Journal of The Royal Thai Army Nurses [Internet]. 21Aug.2019 [cited 18Nov.2019];20(2):370-9. Available from: https://www.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/JRTAN/article/view/210488
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