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Selected questionnaires on knowledge, attitudes, and practice of family planning

Population Council

Selected questionnaires on knowledge, attitudes, and practice of family planning

by Population Council

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Published by Demographic Division, Population Council in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Birth control,
  • Family size

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14979079M

    the research indicate that the women in this study showed good attitude to family planning and have very high knowledge of family methods (%) which tilted towards condom (%), pills (%), and injectables (%) with relatively low contraceptive prevalence (%), thus indicating a wide gap between knowledgeFile Size: KB. Objective: To assess the knowledge, attitude regarding family planning and the practice of contraceptives among rural women. Study Design: A cross-sectional observational study. Place and Duration of Study: The gynaecological outpatient clinic of Fatima Hospital, Baqai Medical University, Karachi, from July to December

    Keywords: Knowledge, Attitudes, Practice, Contraceptives, Family Planning. Introduction Reproductive health occupies a central position in the nature of health as well as the development of a given population. However, the critical events of reproductive health are usually found in women who, due to their biological. It reveals that the mean knowledge score and attitude score related to family planning methods as % and %, which in turn indicate that the adults have good knowledge and attitude regarding family planning methods. Figure 3: Level of Knowledge and Attitude Score Related to family planning methods % % 20 40 60 80

      The GAP between the knowledge of contraception and its actual practice is well recognized in the literature of family welfare studies. The present study assessed the relation between the level of knowledge and practice of contraception among the women and sought to explore the reasons behind the Knowledge, Attitude, and Practice - GAP (KAP GAP) regarding contraceptive Cited by: 3. " Data are presented from the first survey of knowledge, attitudes, and practice of family planning in Ethiopia, conducted in The study included a total of 2, respondents from three sample areas: an urban, a Muslim, and a rural. The results revealed a lack of knowledge of family planning. Around 22 percent of the respondents indicated awareness of by: 7.


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Selected questionnaires on knowledge, attitudes, and practice of family planning by Population Council Download PDF EPUB FB2

This was a cross-sectional survey, carried out among married couples with female partner of childbearing age.

A study questionnaire was designed and pretested. Responses were obtained from conveniently selected married couples (females:males: 48), which reported to the government’s primary health care facilities for any by: 3.

The eligible women indicated: the appropriate age to marry is for women and for men; the ideal number of children is ; 69% approve of contraception; 98% have heard of at least one method of contraception, and 77% have at some time practiced contraception; 55% know that abortion is legal in Singapore, and 43% know where it can be obtained; 72% to 96% expressed Cited by: 7.

Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practice of Family Planning in Singapore WAN FOOK KEE and SAW SWEE-HOCK The Singapore Family Planning and Population Board was established in Duringaboutmarried women aged (about 83 percent of all married women aged in Singapore) were recorded as participants.

A survey was conducted to study the Knowledge, Attitude, and Practice (KAP) of family planning in a community located in Banteay Meanchey, where unmet contraceptive need is highest.

Structured interviews were performed with married women in rural Cambodia, selected through a simple random sampling Size: KB. questionnaire, information relating to knowledge, attitude and practice of contraceptive methods was collected from the wives.

Results and Discussion The paragraphs, which follow, describe the knowledge, attitude and practice of family planning among the fishermen as also the number of children ever born. Knowledge about family planning methodsCited by: 8.

There is body of evidence that partner communication about family planning is associated with and is often essential to increase levels of knowledge, improve attitudes, and enhance the use of family planning methods [13–15, 17, 18].

Consequently, it clearly appears of urgent need to broaden the scope of family planning programmes by including Cited by: 6. at finding out the knowledge, attitudes and practices regarding family planning among two groups of women residing in two different areas (urban and rural) in Erbil city, Iraqi Kurdi- stan region.

knowledge, attitudes and practices of family planning methods among reproductive age women attending Axim Government Hospital in Axim, Ghana. Secondary Objectives Determine availability and extent of access to family planning services Determine level of utilization of family planning servicesFile Size: KB.

The knowledge on family planning methods in Nepal is nearly universal and attitude towards the methods of family planning is positive in-spite of this only 48% is using the family planning methods [4].

Similarly, contraceptive Prevalence Rate (CPR) of Nuwakot district is 42% only which is very low with National Level (50%) [7].File Size: 82KB. Family Planning and Reproductive Health Survey [OD11] Author: Population and Family Planning Project, Ministry of Health and Population, Lilongwe, Malawi Subject: Family Planning, Reproductive Health Keywords: USAID, ICF Macro, Malawi, Health Survey Created Date: File Size: KB.

Materials and methods: A cross-sectional descriptive study of nursing staff using a structured questionnaire on knowledge, attitude scale, and practice and preference were done at AIIMS. Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practice of Family Planning in Ethiopia WEN PIN CHANG Inthe Ethiopian population was estimated at 25 million and the growth rate at percent.

Although popula-tion problems are suspected to have contributed to the health and economic problems of. was to assess knowledge, attitudes and practices on family planning services among adolescents in secondary schools in Hai District in northern Tanzania.

A cross sectional study was conducted between April and June among randomly selected students in 10 secondary schools using a. Get this from a library. Selected questionnaires on knowledge, attitudes, and practice of family planning.

[Population Council.]. Background: Comprehensive studies of family planning (FP) in displaced camps are relatively uncommon. This paper examines family planning knowledge, attitudes, and practices among in earth quake displaced population of Sindupalchok district of Nepal.

Objective: To assess knowledge, attitude and practice of family planning and affecting factors for used of FP. Methodology: From Cited by: 1. There is body of evidence that partner communication about family planning is associated with and is often essential to increase levels of knowledge, improve attitudes, and enhance the use of family planning methods [13–15, 17, 18].

Consequently, it clearly appears of urgent need to broaden the scope of family planning programmes by including family planning messages. The findings are supported by a study conducted by Julie on ‘A comparative study to determine the knowledge, attitude and practice of married women regarding family welfare in selected urban and rural areas of Udupi district’, Karnataka in where education was found to be significantly associated with knowledge scores (χ 2 =, p Cited by: 3.

Soc. Sci. Med. Vol. 18, No. 10, pp.Printed in Great Britain KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDE AND PRACTICE OF FAMILY PLANNING IN HAUSA WOMEN NAGHMA REHAN Medical Superintendent In-Charge, Public Health Research Unit, Ministry of Health, P.M.

BagKatsina, Kaduna State, Nigeria Abstract-A KAP (knowledge, attitude and practice) survey was conducted Cited by: 9. 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. Knowledge, Attitude and Practice of Family Planning among Health care Providers in Two Selected Health Centres in Osogbo Local Government, Osun State.

Women’s Health Gynecol. ;4: 12 – [Google Scholar] Adekunle AO, Arowojolu A, Adedimeji AA, et al. Adolescent contraceptive: survey of attitudes and practice of health : Stephane Tshitenge, K Nlisi, V Setlhare, R Ogundipe.

Knowledge, Attitude and Practice of Family Planning among Women in a Rural Community in Southern Nigeria Article (PDF Available) January with 7, Reads How we measure 'reads'.Knowledge, attitudes and practices towards family planning among women in the rural southern region of Jordan A.I.

Mahadeen, 1 A.O. Khalil, A.M. Hamdan-Mansour,2 T. Sato 3 and A. Imoto 3 ABSTRACT Data about family planning among women in rural and remote areas of Jordan are lacking. This study explored the prevalence of use and knowledge and. This study therefore sought to assess the knowledge, attitude and practice of family planning among women of child-bearing age attending selected hospitals in Osogbo, Osun State, Nigeria.

A structured questionnaire was administered to purposively selected women of child-bearing age attending the two largest infant welfare clinics in : Eyitayo Omolara Owolabi, Daniel Ter Goon, Eunice Seekoe.