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Research Paper | Community Medicine | India | Volume 11 Issue 5, May 2022


A Study Regarding Extent of Utilization of Services in Adolescent Friendly Health Services Clinics among Adolescents of Bareilly District, Uttar Pradesh

Dr. Rakshita Ojha | Dr. Rajan Pathak | Dr. Navin Kumar [2] | Dr. Animesh Gupta | Dr. Hari Shanker Joshi | Dr. Arun Singh [2]


Abstract: Introduction: Adolescents aged between 10-19 years constitute 18% of the world population, i. e., about 1.2 billion. About 88% of them live in developing world. India has the largest (243 million) number of adolescents comprising one-fourth of the country?s population. Adolescent health and nutrition status has an intergenerational effect; hence it is one of the important stages of the life cycle in terms of health interventions. Aim & Objectives: Aim: To assess the extent of utilization of services in adolescent friendly health services (AFHS) clinics among adolescents in Bareilly district, Uttar Pradesh. Objective: To assess the extent of utilization of services among adolescents in adolescent friendly health services clinics. Material & Method: A cross sectional study was conducted in Bareilly district using multi stage sampling technique. Pre tested & pre validated schedule was used for data collection that has been compiled & analysed using Epi-Info software v7.2 Results: A total of 426 adolescents aged 10-19 years were interviewed in Bareilly district regarding the extent of utilization of services in AFHS clinics running in the district. Out of total, majority (56.1%) were outreach of Youth Information Center. Among those who were aware of services for majority (91.27%) source of information was ASHA. Majority (56.1%) were outreach of Youth Information Center. Among those who were aware of services for all source of information was ANM. Majority (56.1%) were outreach of Youth Information Center. Among those who were aware of services for majority (80.32%) source of information was Doctor. Majority (56.1%) were outreach of Youth Information Center. Among those who were aware of services for all source of information was Relatives. Conclusion: Emphasis must be laid to create awareness & utilization of services among adolescents & their wards regarding AFHS.


Keywords: Awareness, Utilization, Youth Information Center, Adolescent, AFHS, Clinics


Edition: Volume 11 Issue 5, May 2022,


Pages: 61 - 64

A Study Regarding Extent of Utilization of Services in Adolescent Friendly Health Services Clinics among Adolescents of Bareilly District, Uttar Pradesh


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Dr. Rakshita Ojha, Dr. Rajan Pathak, Dr. Navin Kumar, Dr. Animesh Gupta, Dr. Hari Shanker Joshi, Dr. Arun Singh, "A Study Regarding Extent of Utilization of Services in Adolescent Friendly Health Services Clinics among Adolescents of Bareilly District, Uttar Pradesh", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/get_abstract.php?paper_id=SR22429215815, Volume 11 Issue 5, May 2022, 61 - 64, #ijsrnet

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