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Knowledge and attitudes of grassroots family planning workers about contraceptive methods.
|Series||Asian population studies series -- no.86-A|
|Contributions||United Nations. Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||1631|
One of the main objectives of the programme is to space the knowledge of family planning methods and develop among the people an attitude favorable for adoption of contraceptive methods. The progress achieved in this sphere is normally assessed form the result of Knowledge, Attitude and Practice : J. Nagamala, P. Muthulakshmi, M. Kayalvizhi. Reversible contraceptive methods were the most prevalent; couples largely decided to utilize condoms and family planning services. Conclusions: The comprehensive intervention had positive effects on knowledge, attitudes, and practices (KAP) for SRH/family planning among the domestic migrant : Shuang-Fei Xu, Jun-Qing Wu, Chuan-Ning Yu, Yu-Yan Li, Rui Zhao, Yi-Ran Li, Ying Zhou.
Individuals’ attitudes for family planning methods are influenced by some characteristics, such as economic factors, sociocultural factors, environmental factors, location, age, educational, traditional beliefs, religion, family type and level of knowledge. It is known that these factors have effects on turning the attitudes into : Nazli Sensoy, Yasemin Korkut, Selcuk Akturan, Mehmet Yilmaz, Canan Tuz, Bilge Tuncel. Table Number of living children and practice of modern family planning methods by wives 49 Table Reported reasons by husbands for couples not using family planning. 51 Table The distribution of husbands by their awareness of family planning methods 52 Table Knowledge of mechanism of family planning methods by husbands 54File Size: KB.
Very little work has been done on men. The biological and social dependence of the couple on each other regarding their authority to decide family size, choice and frequency of use of contraceptive method makes it important to include men in this research area. attitude and use of family planning methods, household composition and education. A Knowledge, Attitude and Practices (KAP) survey is a quantitative method (predefined questions formatted in standardized questionnaires) that provides access to quantitative and qualitative information. KAP surveys reveal misconceptions or misunderstandings that may represent obstacles to the activities that we would like to implement and potential barriers to .
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Results: The study showed that a large percentage of the respondents had knowledge on family planning methods with pills being the most known, the most commonly used method of contraception was Author: Hamze ALI Abdillahi.
98% (/) of the students had knowledge about family planning and 86% (/) of them had heard about contraceptives.
Most of them knew about condoms (85%) and contraceptive pills (40%) but knowledge about permanent methods and Cu-T was poor (average 12%).Cited by: Assessment of Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practice on Contraceptive Use among Women At least million women want to use safe and effective family planning methods, but they are unable to do so because they lack access to influencing knowledge, attitudes, and determinant on contraceptive use, which isCited by: 1.
Out of 81 women, who had knowledge and awareness of family planning methods, about 52 (%) of women got information from mass media.
The importance and use of contraception had been explained by a health personnel to 17 (%) of respondents and 12 (%) heard it from their social circle. Healthy timing and spacing of pregnancy (HTSP) is a family planning intervention to help women and couples delay, time, space, or limit their pregnancies to achieve the healthiest outcomes for women, newborns, infants, and children regardless of the total number of children [ 13 ].Cited by: Globally, the use of modern contraception has marginally increased over the last two decades, from 54% in to % in (WHO, ).
The various programs aimed at promoting contraceptive use and awareness among young people reinforce a rights-based approach to SRH and family : Adriana Pereira. explored the prevalence of use and knowledge and attitudes towards family planning among rural Jordanian women. A descriptive study was conducted with ever-married women aged 15–49 years in a household survey of 29 villages in the southern region of Jordan.
The most common contraceptive methods ever used were oral contraceptive pills (%), intrauterine device. CONCLUSIONS: knowledge of contraceptive methods was low in both public and private school students. The study results show that both underprivileged as well as high socioeconomic adolescents need to have adequate information about family planning to improve their knowledge and change their behavior.
Keywords: Contraception. Contraception behavior. number of methods known, source of contraceptives, religion, place of residence, marital.
status, availability and supply of family planning services in a community, attitudes. towards family planning, and perceived problems associated with modern contraceptives.
Knowledge and attitudes of grassroots family planning workers about contraceptive methods. Country of Publication: Thailand Publisher: Bangkok, Thailand, United Nations, Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific [ESCAP], Objective: To assess the knowledge, attitude and practices of contraceptive among married reproductive females.
Material and method: The present cross sectional study was carried out at urban health training centre of tertiary care hospital from 16th March to 16th May Total married reproductive females were enrolled in the Size: KB.
Even after 63 years of national level family planning programme there exists a KAP- GAP i.e. a gap between the knowledge, attitude and practices regarding contraception. Author: Hamze ALI Abdillahi. Objectives: This research aimed to assess reproductive health knowledge, attitude, and practice on contraceptive use among women attending family planning services at Muhima district hospital.
Methods and Materials: The study was cross-sectional in nature involving randomly selected respondents among women attending family planning services Cited by: 1. Title(s): Knowledge and attitudes of grassroots family planning workers about contraceptive methods.
China/ Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific, Bangkok. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: New York: United Nations, Knowledge and attitudes of grassroots family planning workers about contraceptive methods/ Z.C.
Zablan. Country of Publication: Thailand Publisher: Bangkok, Thailand, United Nations, Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific [ESCAP], Contraceptive knowledge and attitudes among women seeking induced abortion in Kathmandu, Nepal most women and men had knowledge on some family planning methods but only about 29% of married.
Objectives: To determine the use of different methods of contraception by Egyptian women, and also to identify the factors affecting their choice of family planning methods.
This paper presents the findings of a qualitative assessment aimed at exploring knowledge, attitudes, and practices regarding family planning and factors that influence the need for and use of modern contraceptives.
A descriptive exploratory study was conducted with married women and men aged between 15 and Overall, 24 focus group discussions were Cited by: Successful community health worker models operate in Ethiopia, Ghana, Rwanda, Malawi, and Zimbabwe, and their effectiveness in providing family planning services has been systematically assessed (Scott et al.
Household visits are another means by which health workers can discuss family planning with by:. Methods: Facility based cross sectional quantitative study was conducted to assess knowledge, attitude and practice of family planning methods among laboring mothers in .Objective: To assess knowledge, attitude and practice towards emergency contraceptive methods among female students in Seto-Semero high school Jimma town, south west Ethiopia.
Methods: A descriptive cross-sectional study was conducted on female students in Seto-Semera high school Jimma town, south-western, Ethiopia from April /Knowledge about health services and family planning methods among older adults was significant, and adults in Belqees Club were more likely to have high empowerment scores for family planning methods.
Conclusion. The level of knowledge about health services for reproductive health and family planning and its methods was low to : Muhammed S. A. Masood, Nabila A.