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Vol. 7, Issue 10 (2018)

Determinants of maternal & child health knowledge among agrarian women

Author(s):
Dr. Nasreen Banu and Dr. K Yashoda
Abstract:
Present study was taken up to find out the factors associated with Knowledge levels of the Agrarian women in the adopted villages of Maheshwaram mandal, RR district, Hyderabad with regard to Maternal & Child Health. 300 women at different phases of life formed the sample for the present study. Women at different phases of life comprised of Women without children, Women pregnant for the first time, women with children below 2 yrs and women with children between 2-5 yrs. Both correlation & Regression showed significant positive correlation and effect of personal demographic variables, Psychological wellbeing of the sample with Maternal health & Child care Knowledge levels. However Occupation had no effect & significant relationship with Reproductive health Knowledge levels of Agrarian women.
Pages: 676-684  |  236 Views  2 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Dr. Nasreen Banu, Dr. K Yashoda. Determinants of maternal & child health knowledge among agrarian women. Pharma Innovation 2018;7(10):676-684.
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