Infection Control Behavior Factors to Prevent COVID-19 among Nursing Students: Cross-Sectional Online Survey
Author(s): Masaaod Sultan Hamood Al Rawahi, Akila Muthukrishnan, Nahla A Tayyib, Chinnasamy Lathamangeswari, Hariprasath Pandurangan, Naveena JH, Ibtesam Nomani, Badria A Elfaki, Hassanat E Mustafa, Sahar Mohammed Mohammed Aly, Mohammad S Alshmemri and Pushpamala Ramaiah*
Background: Coronavirus illness (COVID-19) reached the level of a significant public health emergency in 2019, with an estimated worldwide death toll of more than 1,00,000 people 2019. Coronavirus illness (COVID-19). This survey was conducted to identify the factors influencing COVID-19 practice among undergraduate nursing students at the University of Nizwa, Sultanate of Oman.
Methods: A quantitative cross-sectional online survey of sixty-four undergraduate nursing students chosen from the school of Nursing at the University of Nizwa in Sultanate of Oman took part from July 30 to August 5, 2021.
Results: Participants’ average age was 22.27 ± 1.04, and the male-to-female ratio was 31.8% (n=64). Nursing students had adequate knowledge (13.67 ± 3.46), a positive attitude (48.14 ± 12.29), an.. Read More»