An Analysis of Blood Donating Rate in Australia, Influential Factors and Recommendations to Increase the Rate

Xinyuan Zheng


Based on the information from the research of the red cross, it can be known there is a low value for the average blood donating rate in Australia, which is around 3%, which means the population for the blood donating are more insufficiency, it may lack of the blood in the blood bank for the injured person use, especially in the emergency such as earthquake, traffic and so on. Consequently, there is no doubt that the quantity of blood and the amount of blood donor need be increased in Australian Red Cross (ARCBS).

The purpose of this group assignment is to analysis the survey data that provided, find the server relevant questions about the blood donating, using the SPSS software and reasonable test to examine them. For instance, find the relevant information about donating such as whether the male or female more frequency to donating blood, the possible reason of people choose to donating blood, the reason of the donators encourage their friends and family to donate blood, which publication are more effective, the personally or the media appeal and so on. Finally, it will provide several suitable solutions and reasonable recommendations to ARCBS based on the test results and answer of the questions, in order to help the ARCBS broaden the blood donor base.

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