Impacts of Prenatal Teaching on Mothers? Breastfeeding Self-Efficacy: Reliability and Validity Assessment
Author(s): Jeyarekka and AR Bharathi*
This study investigates the efficacy of video assisted teaching programme on warning signs of pregnancy surrounded by primi gravid women attending outpatient department at primary health Guduvancherry. To assess the knowledge on warning signs of pregnancy among primi gravid women during pretest. To evaluate the effectiveness of video assisted teaching programme by Comparing Pre & Post test score. Research design used for the study was a pre-experimental design. This study was conducted in primary health Guduvancherry. The population for the present study consisted of 60 antenatal women. Simple random sampling technique was used to select the sample. This understood that the proper video assisted teaching programme on warning signs of pregnancy surely improve the knowledge on warning signs of pregnancy which will prevent the early complications among primi gravid women.