Title

Level of awareness of selected fourth year high school students in the first district of Cavite on radiologic technology as an allied health profession/program

Date of Completion

2007

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology

Keywords

High School Students, Radiologic Technology, Career Choice

Abstract

The study utilized the descriptive research method using survey to gather data. There were 405 respondents selected from selected secondary schools using purposive sampling method. The researchers adapted the instrument of Dabuet et al. (2006). Statistical techniques used were frequency, mean, standard deviation, T-test and F-test. Based on the findings, the following conclusions were drawn: (1) Majority of the selected fourth year high school students in 1st District of Cavite were female, came from public or government-owned high schools and with family income of P10,000 and below; (2) The respondents were highly aware that radiologic technology is an allied health profession/program; (3) The level of awareness of the respondents on radiologic technology as an allied health profession/program had a significant difference when grouped by gender. Female high school students have higher level of awareness on radiologic technology as an allied health profession/program than male high school students; (4) The level of awareness of the respondents on radiologic technology as an allied health profession/program had a significant difference when grouped by type of school. High school students from public or government-owned schools have higher level of awareness on radiologic technology as an allied health profession/program than high school students from private schools; (5) The level of awareness of the respondents on radiologic technology as an allied health profession/program had a significant difference when grouped by monthly family income. High school students from the lowest income group have higher level of awareness than high school students from the higher income groups.

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