Effect of Education on a Group of University School for Health Sciences Students' Opinions and Knowledge Level about Organ Transplantation and DonationFadime Gök Özer*, Ayla Yavuz Karamanoğlu, Kerime Derya Beydağ, Hamza Fidancıoğlu, Egemen Akıncı, İlyas Şanlı, Havane Tembelo, Lale Bozkurt, Sibel Urak.
BACKGROUND: This research was conducted as a descriptive study for the purpose of determining the effect of education on a group of University School for Health Sciences students' opinions and knowledge level about organ transplantation and donation.
METHODS: The research population was the 65 students in the second year at Denizli School for Health Sciences Nursing and Health Officer Division. The sample was comprised of the entire population and 81.5% of the students (n=53) completed the survey. The research data were collected in May 2007 with a survey prepared by the researchers. Number, percentage calculation, and t test in dependent groups were used in the data analysis.
RESULTS: A statistically significant difference in the students' opinions about organ transplantation and donation was obtained before and after a seminar (p
Student, organ donation, organ transplantation
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