Assessment of the Knowledge and Attitude of Eligible Couples towards Tubectomy and Vasectomy
Keywords:Knowledge, attitude, males, females.
Background: The populace is quickly expanding and has become a significant issue with the populace
developing at a yearly pace of 1.2%. India will have more than 1.53 billion people before the completion of
2030 with the masses improvement rate at 1.58%.
Materials and Method: A Non-Experimental Descriptive Survey Research Design was used. A sample was
comprised of 50 males and 50 females belongs to peer group of 20-45 years. Purposive sampling technique
was utilized to gather sample for additional investigation. The data was aggregated by applying selected
variables, Structured Knowledge Questionnaire and Attitude Rating Scale.
Results: The result showed a significant association of knowledge of males with their selected variables. The
calculated p value of males and females with selected variables of knowledge and attitude was nonsignificant
which showed that there was no association between the level of knowledge and attitude of males and
females towards tubectomy and vasectomy.
Conclusion: It was concluded that Knowledge of the males and females regarding tubectomy and vasectomy
was in average and Attitude was moderately favourable. There was not any relationship between knowledge
and attitude of males and females regarding tubectomy and vasectomy
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