Awareness about basic life support among health science students at Duy Tan University

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Duong, T. N. B., & Ha, T. T. (2024). Awareness about basic life support among health science students at Duy Tan University. Tạp Chí Khoa học Điều dưỡng, 7(02), 42–51.

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Objectives: To evaluate the level of awareness about basic life support among health science students at Duy Tan University and to identify associated factors with this awareness.

Methods: A cross-sectional descriptive study was conducted on 244 2nd, 3rd, and 4th-year healthcare students at Duy Tan University from January to May 2023. A self- administered questionnaire was used to measure basic life support awareness.

Results: The study found that 68.9% of students had a low level of basic life support awareness, 29.5% had an average level, and only 1.6% had a high level. Medical students exhibited a significantly higher mean basic life support awareness score compared to odonto-stomatology and nursing students (p < 0.05). Factors such as faculty of study, grade point average, previous basic life support participation, training organization, and voluntary basic life support implementation were significantly associated with basic life support awareness (p < 0.05).

Conclusion: The awareness of basic life support among students at Duy Tan university is still low. There is a clear need to improve both knowledge and practical skill in basic life support for health science students.

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