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This dissertation, “The Opinions and Attitude of the Re-entry of Schools of Young Patients by the Teachers” by Pui-yi, Vivienne, Leung, 梁佩兒, was obtained from The University of Hong Kong (Pokfulam, Hong Kong) and is being sold pursuant to Creative Commons: Attribution 3.0 Hong Kong License. The content of this dissertation has not been altered in any way. We have altered the formatting in order to facilitate the ease of printing and reading of the dissertation. All rights not granted by the above license are retained by the author.
54 local secondary school teachers from two different secondary schools at same district were invited to participate in the study. A 67-item self-reported Chinese questionnaire was filled in by the 54 participants in order to test their knowledge about early psychosis, attitude towards students with early psychosis and also the school re-entry of young patients.
It was found that there was no statistical significance correlation between the years of teaching experience of teachers and their attitude towards students with early psychosis and school re-entry of young patients. There was no significance gender difference in the attitude towards young patients and their school re-entry. Plus, a one-way ANOVA was used to further examined the significant difference across teachers had no religion, Christian teachers, Buddhist teachers and also Catholic teachers, F (3, 50) =4.628, p= .009, n DEGREES2=.042. Tukey’s post hoc procedure indicated that Christian teachers (M=95.7, SD=18.26) hold significance less negative attitude towards young patients than those who were Buddhist (M=92.6, SD=18.60), Catholic (M=80.25, SD=5.80) and those teachers who had no religion (M=74.71, SD=18.76).
The feelings and attitude of participants towards psychosis was quite negative such as unpredictable (21%), violence and dangerous (16.7%), abnormal (13.6%), uncontrollable (14.2%) and madness (11.1%). Participants also were found that they were lack of enough basic knowledge on the average age of onset as most of them chose middle age is the age of onset of psychosis in Hong Kong.
It was suggested that more structured mental health trainings session should be provided to educational professionals including teaching assistants.
Psychoses – Patients – Education (Secondary)
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|Author||Pui-Yi Vivienne Leung|
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|Publisher||Open Dissertation Press|
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|Title||The Opinions and Attitude of the Re-Entry of Schools of Young Patients by the Teachers|