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Abstract
The main purpose of this study was to explore the knowledge, attitude and behavior for renal health care in general population. People aged between 20-60 years in Taiwan were investigated in this cross-sectional study. Structural questionnaires were designed for data collection including: social/demographic data, medical situations, information channel, together with Questionnaire of Health Locus of Control, Questionnaire of TRA/TPB, Questionnaire of Renal Health Care KAP.
Re-sampling techniques were used in this study based on the completed subjects of the Population Health Survey in Taiwan. 13.5% of the completed subjects of the Population Health Survey in Taiwan were re-sampling and 1,906 eligible subjects were selected. There were total 1,066 subjects completed the interviews with a response rate of 55.9%, but there were only 924 valid questionnaires that the successful complete rate for analyses was 48.5%.
There were positive correlations between knowledge, attitude and behavior. Male, low education level and aborigine showed lower KAP. The main channels for renal health care were hospital/clinic, newpaper/magazine and TV/radio. There was space for more education on renal health care especially on the eating behaviours. TRA/TPB model accounted 20% of the variance on the intention of renal examination. The correlations between health locu control and intentsion of renal examination were weak.

Conduct surveys among the population about their knowledge, attitudes, and behavior towards kidney diseases.

Abstract
The main purpose of this study was to explore the knowledge, attitude and behavior for renal health care in general population. People aged between 20-60 years in Taiwan were investigated in this cross-sectional study. Structural questionnaires were designed for data collection including: social/demographic data, medical situations, information channel, together with Questionnaire of Health Locus of Control, Questionnaire of TRA/TPB, Questionnaire of Renal Health Care KAP.
Re-sampling techniques were used in this study based on the completed subjects of the Population Health Survey in Taiwan. 13.5% of the completed subjects of the Population Health Survey in Taiwan were re-sampling and 1,906 eligible subjects were selected. There were total 1,066 subjects completed the interviews with a response rate of 55.9%, but there were only 924 valid questionnaires that the successful complete rate for analyses was 48.5%.
There were positive correlations between knowledge, attitude and behavior. Male, low education level and aborigine showed lower KAP. The main channels for renal health care were hospital/clinic, newpaper/magazine and TV/radio. There was space for more education on renal health care especially on the eating behaviours. TRA/TPB model accounted 20% of the variance on the intention of renal examination. The correlations between health locu control and intentsion of renal examination were weak.
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