EjSBS - The European Journal of Social & Behavioural Sciences

The European Journal of Social & Behavioural Sciences

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Knowledge, Attitude and Perceptions towards Basic Life Support Training among Student Teachers in a Malaysian University

Table 3:

Variables Descriptions N (%)
Ever received formal CPR training YesNo 45 (40.5)66 (59.5)
Reasons for not receiving any CPR training Not a healthcare professionalI never thought of itCostlyNo information or resources to join 9 (8.1)10 (9.0)1 (0.9)91 (82.0)
I would like to join CPR training as part of teachers' training YesNo 109 (98.2)2 (1.8)
Rendered medical emergencies YesNo 18 (16.2)93 (83.8)
Willingness to provide CPR before training YesNo 29 (26.1)82 (73.9)
Willingness to provide CPR after training YesNo 90 (81.1)21 (18.9)
Need to make CPR training mandatory for school teachers YesNo 105 (94.6)6 (5.4)
CPR training would create extra demand for curriculum YesNo 62 (55.9)49 (44.1)
Fear of being sued as a barrier to performing CPR YesNo 107 (96.4)4 (3.6)
Fear of body fluids being passed as a barrier for performing CPR YesNo 95 (85.6)16 (14.4)
Fear of causing injury as a barrier for performing CPR YesNo 104 (93.7)7 (6.3)
Contracting diseases as a barrier for performing CPR YesNo 95 (85.6)16 (14.4)
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