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Delivery place preferences and its predictors among mothers who gave birth Last six months: A community based cross sectional study

Shabeza Aliye Ibrahime1 1Wachemo University, Department of Statistics Tilahun Beyene Handiso2* 2Wolaita Sodo University, Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics Markos selamu Jifar2 3Dembi Dolo University, Department of Public Health

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Background: Institutional delivery is a child birth at recommended safe and clean place where health care professionals attend the delivery but home delivery is childbirth in non- clinical setting that takes place in residence than in health institutions and attended by unskilled traditional birth attendants. Objective: this study was to assess delivery place preferences and its predictors. Methods: A community based cross sectional study was employed. Nine kebeles and study participants were selected using simple random sampling. A total sample of 276 was used. Data were analyzed using SPS version 20. Binary and multivariable logistic regression model was used. Adjusted odds ratio with 95% CI was also used to quantify association. Result: 136(50.7%) of the mothers delivered at health institution. Partners occupation being Government worker was AOR= 3.1,( 95% CI: 1.64, 21.22), place of previous institutional delivery AOR=2, (95%CI: 1.69, 8.26), counseled to deliver at health institution AOR=2.5, (95%CI: 1.13, 4.98) showed significant positive association with delivery place preference. Conclusion: Generally, institutional delivery preference in the study area was low than recommended by MoH. Factors found to be associated with institutional delivery preferences were husband occupation, Place of previous delivery, receiving Counseling service to deliver at health institution during pregnancy.

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“EFFECTIVENESS OF SELF INSTRUCTIONAL MODULE ON KNOWLEDGE OF MENSTRUALDISORDERS AMONG ADOLESCENT GIRLS IN A SELECTED COLLEGE OF JALANDHAR”

Dr Sharad Chand Gupta

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Adolescence is a period in a young girl’s life which heralds a change – not quite a little girl, not quite a young woman. Though WHO considers adolescence as period between 10 to 20 years, the physical and emotional changes that are supposed to take place at this time start much earlier and continue to a much later age. At this age, the girls may be confused, afraid to ask about the changes taking place, may wonder what is happening, and do not know where to turn to for correct information, guidance and advice, specially in India where cultural taboos are rooted in the very fabric of the society.

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“EFFECTIVENESS OF VIDEO-CLIP INTERVENTION RELATED TO BIRTHING PROCESS ON BEHAVIOURAL RESPONSES DURING FIRST STAGE OF LABOUR AMONG PRIMIGRAVID MOTHERS IN SELECTED HOSPITALS OF JALANDHAR.”

Dr Sharad Chand Gupta

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              Childbirth  is  a  sweet   miracle, which  is  experienced   by  majority  of  the women,  though  these   instances  do  leave  memories  never   to  forget.  The  anxiety,  the  nervousness  and  emotions  all  swells  up  as  the  time  advances  for  child  birth.  Delivering a baby comes with a lot of tension and stress.  This  is  true  for  the  mother  to be  as  well  for  the  father  and  at  times  for  the  whole  family  specially  when  they  are  expecting  their  first  baby1

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