Journal of Blood Transfusion / 2016 / Article / Tab 3

Research Article

Knowledge, Attitude, and Practice of Adult Population towards Blood Donation in Gondar Town, Northwest Ethiopia: A Community Based Cross-Sectional Study

Table 3

Attitude towards blood donation among adult population living in Gondar town, 2015.

Attitude assessment itemsResponse
Correctly responded ( (%))Incorrectly responded ( (%))

What do you think about blood donation 741 (96.5)27 (3.5)
Do you think that donors will be exposed to infection during blood donation511 (66.5)257 (33.5)
Do you think donation is a moral duty397 (51.7)371 (48.3)
Do you think donation is harmful to donors 567 (73.8)201 (26.2)
Do you think donation leads to anemia 486 (63.3)282 (36.7)
Will you donate voluntarily for the future608 (79.2)160 (20.8)
Do you have a plan to donate voluntarily within the coming six months356 (46.4)412 (53.6)
Will you donate blood to an unknown person if you were asked542 (70.6)226 (29.4)
Will you ask for a monetary compensation for blood donation 719 (93.6)49 (6.4)
Will you discuss blood donation with your friends and your family599 (78)169 (22)
Will you motivate others to donate659 (85.8)109 (14.2)

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