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|Series||CADU Publication ;, no. 38|
|LC Classifications||RG966.E82 G643|
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The study aimed at assessing the Knowledge, Attitude, and Practice (KAP) regarding dietary practices in prevention of malnutrition among mothers of under - five children. Materials and Methods: A descriptive survey using interview method was carried out to collect data among mothers of under-five children.
Information regarding demographic File KAP Study of mothers in Golja book KB. The purpose of this study is to assess the knowledge, attitude, and practices (KAP) among mothers about newborns’ care and its related factors in district Badin Sindh province of Pakistan.
A community-based cross-sectional study was conducted from July to August to assess the Knowledge, Attitude, and Practices (KAP) in mothers Author: Javed Memon, Kourosh Holakouie-Naieni, Reza Majdzadeh, Mir Saeed Yekaninejad, Gholamreza Garmaroudi.
The study determined the knowledge, attitudes and practices (KAP) of nursing mothers in Osogbo, Nigeria. The study design was cross sectional. A total of nursing mothers attending infant welfare clinics were recruited from selected four health centres in Osogbo Local Government Area by convenience sampling method.
A study was conducted with the objective to determine the knowledge and existing practice of the postnatal mothers regarding personal hygiene and newborn care and.
Aim To study the knowledge, attitude, and practices of antenatal women regarding nutrition and drug compliance in a maternal and child health center in Navi Mumbai.
Material and Methods This study was carried out on pregnant females visiting a maternal and child health center over a period of 4 months from November to Feb-ruary The aim of this study was to assess the level and associated factors of nutritional knowledge during pregnancy among antenatal mothers in a tertiary teaching hospital in northeast Malaysia.
In addition, a study conducted in Tanzania reported that more than 91% of mothers received healthcare in the antenatal period. However, only 39% of pregnant women and 25% of postpartum mothers reported having received breastfeeding counseling , and many women perceived that the quantity of mothers’ breast milk is low for a child’s growth.
MOTHER'S KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDES AND PRACTICES (KAPs) ON THE CARE OF NEWBORN IN MARIDI PAYAM, MARIDI COUNTY, WESTERN EQUATORIA STATE, SOUTH SUDAN. Brief Description: A Knowledge, Attitude and Practices (KAP) survey is a quantitative method (predefined questions formatted in standardized questionnaires) that provides access to quantitative and qualitative surveys reveal misconceptions or misunderstandings that may represent obstacles to the activities that we would like to implement and potential barriers to behavior change.
Ethiopia, which governs the study area. Low level of education of the mothers, poor decision-making, low economic status of the mother, poor perception of the affected women. On the other hand, the mother's experience of abortion and stillbirth increased the probability of using antenatal care (Dulla.
researcher to study on definite topic. The goal of the study was to provide knowledge for nurses and professional teams to comprehend the reasons behind early cessation of exclusive breastfeeding by new mothers, hence revising a new most competent course to.
Parents are the main decision makers for their children vaccinations. This fact makes parents’ immunization knowledge and practices as predictor factors for immunization uptake and timeliness. The aim of this pilot study was to develop a reliable and valid instrument in Malaysian language to measure immunization knowledge and practice (KP) of Malaysian parents.
Background: In Ethiopia, a considerable proportion of childhood morbidity and mortality is due to vaccine preventable diseases. According to EDHSonly 24% of children were fully vaccinated nationally. Mothers’ knowledge, attitude and practice are key tools to decrease dropout rates and to prevent or control infectious diseases.
Thus, this study was aimed to assess Knowledge. of mothers age and that exhibit chronic energy deficiencies (CED). A local study in Ethiopia also showed that women in the youngest age group () and women in the oldest age group surveyed () are the most affected by undernutrition (Teller and Yimar, ).
Marital status of women. mother and newborn as well. A descriptive research design was used in this study. Non probability purposive sampling technique was used to select the postnatal mothers.
One hundred ninety six postnatal mothers were interviewed face to face using structured questionnaires. Most of the respondents 79(%) belongs to age groups and the.
Type 2 diabetes mellitus (DM) has become a global epidemic with significant disability and premature death. Identification of the level of knowledge, attitude and practice (KAP) related to diabetes among the general public is important in strategies for prevention of diabetes mellitus.
This study was conducted as a community based cross sectional study in three Medical Officers of Health (MOH. Methods: KAP surveys were conducted in 12 randomly selected counties from high and low quality immunization service delivery area in Guangxi and Gansu Provinces.
Caretakers of children born in and immunization providers were selected by probability proportional to size sampling. Results Pregnant Women’s KAP on Breastfeeding and Breast milk.
The results in Table 1 clearly demonstrate the lack of knowledge on the nutritional value of both breast milk and colostrum. This is highlighted by the fact that just over 80% and just fewer than 40% of expectant mothers who participated in this study stated that colostrum and expressed milk respectively were stale.
The study finding reveled that % of mothers answered that they follow breast feeding, since the other women do, 12% of mother undertook it on the advice of elder women, 12% undertook on medical advice and remaining considered breast milk to be pure food for babies. Exclusive breastfeeding (EBF) is recommended for the first six months of age by the World Health Organization.
Mothers’ good knowledge and positive attitude play key roles in the process of exclusive breastfeeding practices. In this study, we report on a systematic review of the literature that aimed to examine the status of mothers’ knowledge, attitude, and practices related to exclusive.
This study was set to assess the knowledge, attitude and practice of mothers as regards immunization and the influence of socio demographic characteristics on immunizable children. Method: A household multi-stage sampling item questionnaire study design was modified and adopted.
Methods: The cross-sectional KAP study was conducted from January to September Only participants were included in the study who complete the given form. Additionally, the questionnaire was also translated in Urdu for the ease of parents.
A pilot study. To assess the knowledge and attitude regarding family planning and the practice of family planning among the women of reproductive age group in South Achefer District, Northwest Ethiopia, The study showed that the overall proper knowledge, attitude and practice of women towards family planning (FP) was %, %, and % respectively.
Factors associated with the practice. The Prenatal and Postpartum Diet History Questionnaires collected information from a subsample of mothers about their food consumption and intake of nutrients from foods and dietary supplements. Using identical questionnaires mailed near the end of pregnancy and about 4 months postpartum, this part of the study provided information on the mother’s consumption of certain.
A response to the real-life death of Amy Biehl, Sindiwe Magona's Mother to Mother is an epistolary historical fiction novel written from the point of view of the mother of the boy who killed Amy Biehl (in real life, this was Magona's own neighbor in Capetown).
The recipient of the letter is Amy Biehl's mother, which explains the title: The novel is the explanation of why such violence existed.
In this study, we investigated how Ethiopian mothers perceive the early initiation question and whether their responses of time refer to their first attempt to initiate breastfeeding either by putting the baby to the breast or placing baby on mother’s chest with skin-to-skin contact even if.
In this study midwives attitudes towards AMSTL was positive, (%) stated that AMTSL should be used and advantageous to all laboring mothers to prevent PPH this finding is higher than the. A descriptive study, using a pre-tested, self administered semi-structured questionnaires developed by the research team was chosen to assess the knowledge, attitude and practice of contraception among male and female public secondary school students in Ekpoma.
The study population consisted of male and female junior secondary III (JS. Gunnar Arhammar, född 18 september i Köpenhamn, död 13 november   i Stockholm, var en svensk barnläkare.
Gunnar Arhammar var son  till folkskollärarinnan Judit Arhammar, ogift Eriksson och Barning, och musikdirektör Herman Åkerberg. Gunnar Arhammar avlade läkarexamen Han arbetade som läkare i NNSC , (Neutral Nations Supervisory Commission) Korea Based on a study conducted in Indonesia the Ratio of mothers who received at least four anti-natal care (ANC) had 11 % difference between those received MCH HB and those not received.
Also, a knowledge attitude and practice (KAP) study results in Palestine indicates that the knowledge of mothers about danger signs of pregnancy improved from 26%. Kenya is undergoing rapid urbanization resulting in changing lifestyles. Childhood dietary habits are changing and might result in childhood obesity and related health risks.
Dietary habits learnt in early life are likely to be carried to adulthood. Nutrition knowledge and positive attitude are known to influence dietary practices.
There is paucity of information on nutrition knowledge. A descriptive study to assess the knowledge, attitude and practice of primipara mothers regarding breastfeeding in a selected hospital, Thrissur.
Objectives a) Assess the knowledge of breastfeeding among primipara mothers. b) Assess the attitude of primipara mothers towards breastfeeding. The pilot study revealed that the involvement of mentor mothers in education and support for HIV-positive women was associated with a higher HIV knowledge score six months postdelivery, with the intervention group scoring points higher than the control group on a point scale (p.
mother and child. Objectives: To assess knowledge, attitude and practice of mothers in child bearing age towards institutional delivery in Adaba town, southeast Ethiopia. Methods and materials: A Community based Cross Sectional Study was conducted from March 15 to March All women of reproductive age group (yrs) were considered as.
The knowledge gained from this study has importance in enabling healthcare professionals, as well as other professionals, dealing with pregnant teenagers to understand the key aspects of becoming and being a teenage mother, thus offering the teenage mothers.
Methods: A cross-sectional survey of purposefully selected University Preparatory Program (UPP) students (n=) for health specialties and their mothers (n=61) was conducted to examine their KAP of TM and MM at the University of Tabuk and mothers' homes.
A self-designed, self-administered questionnaire with item to be answered mostly by. In the case of Motherhood Studies, the study has been constructed around the word: motherhood.
But, we have three words available to us: mother, mothering, and motherhood. Each word connotes something different. However, for the purposes of this thesis and for any scholar who wishes to study mothers, mothering, or motherhood in the academy.
From novels of the nineteenth century to films of the s, American culture, abounds with images of white, middle-class mothers. In Motherhood and Representation, E. Ann Kaplan considers how the mother appears in three related spheres: the historical, in which she charts changing representations of the mother from to the postmodernist present; the psychoanalytic, which discusses.
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Mothers' Images of Motherhood: Case Studies of Twelve Mothers. Neonatal mortality rate is 24 deaths per 1, live births in Bangladesh and most of them die during early neonatal period. The purpose of this paper is to assess the knowledge and attitude of neonatal care practices among postnatal mothers in a tertiary care hospital in order to provide a basis for the development of strategies to improve further.,A cross-sectional study was carried out in.Case-Control Study of Adolescent Pregnancy (Example in Chapter 2: Developing a Research Proposal), for instance, respon dent knowledge of fertility control practices, a factor that may be predictive of teen pregnancy, can be ascertained only from the cou ples participating in the study.
Moreover, this kind of information.Study Guide. Jellicoe Road Summary. Jellicoe Road Summary. Taylor Markham's had a hard knock life. When she was eleven years old, her mother abandoned her at a gas station on the Jellicoe Road.
A few minutes later, Hannah, a housemother at the Jellicoe School, drove up and took Taylor back to the school with her, which would be her home for.