R. Priyadharshini, M. Gandhimathi
Dr. R. Priyadharshini1, Dr. Mrs. M. Gandhimathi2
1Professor, Sri Manakula Vinayagar nursing College, Puducherry.
2Vice Principal, Rani Meyyammai College of Nursing, Faculty of Medicine, Annamalai University, Annamalai Nagar.
Volume - 2,
Issue - 2,
Year - 2023
Background: Child bearing in any society is a biological event and birth experience is socially constructed as it take place within a cultural context and gets shaped by the perceptions and practices. Objectives: The purpose of the study was to quantify the knowledge of primigravida mothers in labour ward. Materials and method: Quasi experimental design was adopted for the study with the independent variable being the child birth preparation and the dependent variable was level of knowledge of primi gravida mothers on child birth process and coping ability. The tool for data collection was prepared by the investigator and it was validated by experts. Results: In pre-test 75% of mothers were in experimental group and 50% in control group are had inadequate knowledge and 25% of mothers in experimental group and 50% in control group were moderately adequate knowledge where as in post-test the mean level is 29.2 compare to pre-test mean level 17.6 which showed that the structured teaching programme on child birth process was effective and coping ability was better in experimental group than control group. Conclusion: Fear associated with pregnancy and child-birth can have serious consequences. Women, who experience significant fear during the antenatal period, run an increased risk of suffering severe emotional imbalance after the baby is born, which can have negative impact on the relationship between the mother and the child. Child birth preparation, which deals with the information on pre-monitory signs, stages of labour, preparations for labor, relaxation techniques, bearing down techniques should be provided to the mothers for better coping during labour and to have a healthier labour experience.
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R. Priyadharshini, M. Gandhimathi. A Study to Assess the Effectiveness of Structured Teaching Programme on Childbirth Process Among Primi Gravida Mothers Admitted in Labour Ward, Rmmch. A and V Pub International Journal of Nursing and Medical Research. 2023; 2(2):30-4. doi: 10.52711/ijnmr.2023.09
R. Priyadharshini, M. Gandhimathi. A Study to Assess the Effectiveness of Structured Teaching Programme on Childbirth Process Among Primi Gravida Mothers Admitted in Labour Ward, Rmmch. A and V Pub International Journal of Nursing and Medical Research. 2023; 2(2):30-4. doi: 10.52711/ijnmr.2023.09 Available on: https://ijnmronline.com/AbstractView.aspx?PID=2023-2-2-3
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