Proportion of participants’ perceived responses on the attitudes pre-post test using Respondents’ Attitude to Assessment Strategies for Prevention of High Blood Pressure tool.
|Variable ||Percent (pre)||Percent (Post)|
|(1) Patient education intervention to reduce BP||85.7||100|
|(2) Disagreed that alcohol and tobacco consumption status is personal and should not be discussed with patient||85.7||42.9|
|(3) Regular documentation of HT patient medication a waste of time||71.4||14.3|
|(4) Weight reduction is rather tasking to be an effective strategy||71.4||14.3|
|(5) Overall attitude change from baseline||76%|
|Data extracted from primary source.|