Evaluate the Level of Knowledge, Attitude and Repetition of Women on Hazards of Tobacco
Author(s): AR Bharathi*
In worldwide possibly the need of educating the nursing personnel through in services and unceasing education to update their knowledge and skill in identifying the difficulty of tobacco consumption and motivating them to do the instant management for the complication and by its causes of major health problems in rural and urban areas. The data indicates that the associate the selected demographic variables with knowledge, attitude and practice of women about hazards of tobacco consumption. Whereas in rural area the data shows that 30% were having Average knowledge and 65%were having better knowledge on hazards of tobacco consumption. Therefore the result shows that the rural and urban women have difference on knowledge on regarding hazards of tobacco consumption in both rural and urban areas. Because education, information and communication activities play an important role in hewing awareness regarding hazards of tobacco consumption in rural and urban areas. The present study highlights the importance of focusing attention on smoking cessation training, given the high prevalence of smokers among physicians specializing in unrestricted health, their key role both as listening problems, advisers behavioural, and the limited tobacco training offered in student nurses have different knowledge.