Assessment of Knowledge And Attitude on Temporary Contraceptive Methods Among Reproductive Age Group Women
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 8, Pages 1494-1499
AbstractObjectives: To find out the knowledge, attitude and relationship towards temporary contraceptive methods among reproductive age group women. Methods: A co--relational research design with a quantitative research approach was used to conduct the current study. The study was conducted at Khurda, Odisha. For this study 100 samples were selected by randomization. After getting approval from the ethical committee, written formal consent was taken from each participant. The purposes and objectives were explained and the data were collected. The tool used for data collection was socio-demographic Performa, a self-structured knowledge assessment questionnaire and a self-structured 3point Likert’s attitude scale. Result: As per the statistical analysis, most of the reproductive age group women were having average knowledge (53%), (24%) good Knowledge and (23%) poor knowledge and result on attitude shows that most of the women (72%) were having a positive attitude and (28%) were having a negative attitude. From the co-relational statistical analysis between knowledge and attitude it was found a positive co-relationship as R-value was 0.55 which revealed as the knowledge increases attitude will be more positive. Conclusion: There is a positive relationship between knowledge and attitude among reproductive age group women towards temporary contraceptive methods.
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