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From: Development and psychometric testing of the Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices (KAP) questionnaire among student Tuberculosis (TB) Patients (STBP-KAPQ) in China

Item Factors
F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 F7
Factor 1(F1): adverse drug reaction(3 items)        
K6 Common adverse reactions of anti-TB drugs .858       
K7 What should be done due to adverse reaction of drugs .851       
P8 Will you reduce or stop taking the medicine when feeling unwell .831       
Factor 2(F2): standard medication(4 items)        
K10 the most critical measure of curing TB   .844      
K5 How long will TB patients need to take the medicine to heal   .822      
K8 the consequences of self-stopping taking the medicine   .705      
K9 Whether can TB be cured   .493      
Factor 3(F3): active notification (2 items)        
A4 You should remind people of TB relevant checks who are in close contact with you    .924     
A3 You should tell counselor that you are suffering from TB    .787     
Factor 4(F4): positive behavior (5 items)        
P2 Will you wear a mask when going to public during sickness     .905    
P5 How do you handle the sputum during sickness     .802    
P3 Will you cover mouth and nose when speaking,coughing, sneezing during sickness     .786    
P10 Which have you done according to the recovery behaviors     .744    
P4 Would you go to the hospital to review regularly     .711    
Factor 5(F5): regular medication (3 items)        
P7 Have you ever missed a drug during the treatment      .799   
P6 Would you need someone to supervise your medication      −.675   
P9 Will you stop taking the medicine yourself if the condition is controlled but not at a full course of treatment      −.568   
Factor 6(F6): active prevention (2 items)        
P1 Have you actively learned about TB       .806  
A5 Are you willing to be a TB volunteer to promote TB knowledge       .454  
Factor 7(F7): core knowledge (4 items)        
K4 The accessory examinations of TB        .690
K3 The main symptoms of TB        .589
K2 Students who are susceptible to TB        .551
K1 The primary transmission route of TB        .428