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Research Paper | Nursing | India | Volume 8 Issue 5, May 2019
Effectiveness of Self -Instructional Module on Utilization of Contraceptive Devices in Terms of Knowledge and Attitude among Married Women at Selected Community Area Meerut
Nisha Yadav  | Ex. Capt Geeta Parwanda
Abstract: According to WHO (2013), family planning has been defined as: a way of thinking that is adopted voluntarily, upon the basis of knowledge, attitudes, and responsible decision by individuals and couples, in order to promote the health and family welfare of the group and thus contribute effectively to the social development of a country. The study revealed that the mean posttest knowledge score was increased (27.36+ 2.562) than mean pre-test knowledge score (19.18+ 4.587) with mean difference (8.3) and the study revealed that the mean posttest attitude score was increased (76.4+ 5.01) than mean pre-test attitude score (67.06+ 5.26) with mean difference (11.1). The study also found that the mean difference knowledge scores of the married women was significant (t-11.8, p< 0.05, df -49) and the mean difference attitude scores of the married women was significant (t-10.37, p< 0.05, df- 49). Moreover a near to significant association was found between knowledge score the monthly income and education status. And moreover a near the significant association between attitude score was Age in year of the married women. Knowledge and attitude had inverse relationship.
Keywords: Evaluate Effectiveness, Knowledge, Attitude, contraceptive devices, Self-instructional module, and married women
Edition: Volume 8 Issue 5, May 2019,
Pages: 601 - 603