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A Study to assess the effectiveness of Planned teaching program on the knowledge of Immunization among Migrant mothers of under five children in selected Construction Sites at Bangalore urban

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Juliet Tharani, Deepa S. Nair and Karthika, S.
Subject Area: 
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Abstract: 

Prevention of disease is one of the most important goals in child care. For this reason a national effort is being made towards improving the immunization of all the children. Migrant laborers themselves avail the curative care but they fall outside the coverage of preventive care largely due to their movement of work caused by uncertainty of employment. The immunization status of migrant children is poorly understood, as they have less access to health care services. The researcher felt that assessing the knowledge on immunization and teaching them on the importance of immunization would bring about a positive attitudinal change among the migrant mothers to immunize their children regularly. Objectives: To assess the knowledge and effectiveness of planned teaching programme regarding Knowledge on immunization. To determine the association of pre and post test level of knowledge with the selected demographic variables among migrant mothers. Research design: Experimental, one group pretest- post test design. Sample size: The participants were 60 from selected Construction Sites at Bangalore Urban. Sampling method: A purposive sampling technique was used. Data collection tool: Structured interview schedule was used to collect the data. Results: Major findings showed that 55.0% were between 20-23 years of age, 38.3% had only one child, 45% of children belonged to the ages below 1 year, 91.7% had no formal education, 68.3% of migrant mothers speak Kannada. 71.7% of them had inadequate knowledge, whereas 28.3% of them had moderate knowledge while 0% of them had adequate knowledge. There is a significant increase in the post test knowledge scores (76.9%) among migrant mothers after administering planned teaching programme on immunization. There is a significant association between knowledge scores and selected demographic variables such as age group, age of children, educational status and frequency of migration

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