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The Status of First-Aid Education and its Perception among Teachers at Elementary, Middle, and High Schools

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  • Department of Health Care, Hanseo University, Choongnam, Seosan, 31962, Korea;

Abstract


Background/Objectives: It is a necessity for anyone to learn and to become aware of first aid; especially, learning and repeated training is important during school life. The purpose of this study was to explore the perception of first-aid education, as well as the accident and first-aid education status of teachers in order to improve their response abilities during emergency situations that occur in educational settings. Methods/Statistical Analysis: Structured surveys of 203 teachers in Korea were analyzed.Contents included 30 questions about the necessity and awareness of first-aid education. The collected data were analyzed using SPSS Version 23.0 for Windows and the statistical significance level was set atp<.05. Findings: 87 (43%) of the elementary, middle school, and high school teachers reported an experience of safety accidents, while 116 (57%) did not. There was high interest about first aid in 83% of the teachers. 88% of them with first-aid education were satisfied and 92% of teachers without such displayed strong intentions to get such a kind of training. 94% of teachers responded that students would also need first-aid education.Improvements/Applications: Because interest about first aid in teachers was very high, an execution plan of first aid education for all teachers ought to be established. Also, effective first-aid education programs with high participation rates need to be developed.

Keywords

Elementary, First-Aid Method, Middle and High School, Precaution, Safety, Teacher.

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