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DOI :10.26650/jchild.2023.1344596   IUP :10.26650/jchild.2023.1344596    Tam Metin (PDF)

Ebeveynlerin Aşı Okuryazarlık Düzeyi ve Tutumlarının 5-11 Yaş Arası Çocuklarda COVID-19 Aşı Kararına Etkisi: Kesitsel Bir Çalışma

Özlem AkarsuMahmut Caner Us

Amaç: Bu araştırma 5-11 yaş arası çocuğu olan ebeveynlerin çocuklarına COVID-19 aşısını yaptırmaya yönelik kararının ve bu kararın aşı okuryazarlığı ve aşıya yönelik tutum düzeyleri arasındaki ilişkisinin belirlenmesi amacıyla yapılmıştır.

Gereç ve Yöntem: Araştırma, tanımlayıcı ve kesitsel tasarımdadır. Araştırmanın örneklemini 635 ebeveyn oluşturmuştur. Veriler COVID-19 Aşı Okuryazarlığı Ölçeği, COVID‐19 Aşısına Yönelik Tutum Ölçeği, Bilgi Formu kullanılarak Nisan 2022-Aralık 2022 tarihlerinde toplanmıştır.

Bulgular: Ebeveynlerin COVID-19 Aşı Okuryazarlığı Ölçeği ile COVID‐19 Aşısına Yönelik Tutum Ölçeği puanları arasında pozitif yönde ve anlamlı bir ilişki bulunmuştur. Çalışmada çocukluk çağı aşılarının tamamını yaptıran, çocuğuna COVID 19 aşısı çıkarsa yaptırmayı kabul eden, kendisine COVID 19 aşısı yaptıran, yetişkinler ve çocuklar için aşının zorunlu olması gerektiğini ifade eden ebeveynlerin COVID-19 Aşısına Yönelik Tutumlar Ölçeği toplam puan ortalamalarının anlamlı olarak daha yüksek olduğu belirlenmiştir.

Sonuç: Ebeveynlerin çocuklarını rutin çocukluk çağı aşılamaları konusundaki istekliliği ve COVID-19 aşısı hakkındaki yüksek aşı okuryazarlık düzeylerinin, çocuklarına COVID-19 aşısı yaptırma konusundaki tutum ve kararlarını olumlu yönde etkilediği sonucuna varılmıştır.

DOI :10.26650/jchild.2023.1344596   IUP :10.26650/jchild.2023.1344596    Tam Metin (PDF)

The Effect of Parental Vaccine Literacy Level and Attitudes on COVID19 Vaccination Decisions for Children Aged 5-11 Years: A Cross-sectional Study

Özlem AkarsuMahmut Caner Us

Objective: The aim of this study was to determine the decision of parents of children aged 5-11 years to vaccinate their children against COVID-19 and to investigate the relationship between this decision and their vaccine literacy and attitudes.

Materials and Methods: A descriptive and cross-sectional research design was implemented on 635 parents between April 2022 and December 2022. Data were collected using the COVID-19 Vaccine Literacy Scale, the Attitudes Towards the COVID-19 Vaccine Scale, and an Information Form.

Results: A positive and significant relationship was found between the scores of the parents on the COVID-19 Vaccine Literacy Scale and the Attitudes Towards the COVID-19 Vaccine Scale. In the study, it was determined that the total score averages of the Attitudes Towards the COVID-19 Vaccine Scale were significantly higher for the parents who had had all childhood vaccinations for their children, who agreed to have their child vaccinated for the COVID-19 vaccine, who had had the COVID-19 vaccine themselves, and who stated that the vaccine should be mandatory for both adults and children.

Conclusion: It was concluded that parents’ willingness to vaccinate their children routinely and their level of vaccine literacy about the COVID-19 vaccine positively influenced their attitude and decisions towards vaccinating their children against COVID-19. 


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Akarsu, Özlem, and Mahmut Caner Us. Ebeveynlerin Aşı Okuryazarlık Düzeyi ve Tutumlarının 5-11 Yaş Arası Çocuklarda COVID-19 Aşı Kararına Etkisi: Kesitsel Bir Çalışma.” Çocuk Dergisi, vol. 23, no. 3, 2023, pp. 243-250. [Database Container], https://doi.org/10.26650/jchild.2023.1344596


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Akarsu Ö, Us MC. Ebeveynlerin Aşı Okuryazarlık Düzeyi ve Tutumlarının 5-11 Yaş Arası Çocuklarda COVID-19 Aşı Kararına Etkisi: Kesitsel Bir Çalışma. Çocuk Dergisi [Internet]. 3 Mar. 2024 [cited 3 Mar. 2024];23(3):243-250. Available from: https://doi.org/10.26650/jchild.2023.1344596 doi: 10.26650/jchild.2023.1344596


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Akarsu, Özlem - Us, MahmutCaner. Ebeveynlerin Aşı Okuryazarlık Düzeyi ve Tutumlarının 5-11 Yaş Arası Çocuklarda COVID-19 Aşı Kararına Etkisi: Kesitsel Bir Çalışma”. Çocuk Dergisi 23/3 (Mar. 2024): 243-250. https://doi.org/10.26650/jchild.2023.1344596



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