Evaluation of Nursing Students' Concept Concerning Premarital Counseling and Examinationfathy, amal ; Mossa Soliman, Sahar ; Hebatallah J
Abstract1- This study was aimed to assess nursing student's perception regarding premarital counseling and examinations. Study setting: The study was conducted at Faculty of Nursing Ain-Shams University. Study design: A descriptive study design was used. Sample subjects and size: The study was conducted among students at third academic year at faculty of nursing 210 students. Study sample: A convenience sample. Study Tools: Self administrated structured questionnaire sheet, and Likert scale were developed to collect data. Results: The study findings revealed that, 74.6%, 75.7% of students had correct knowledge & positive attitude respectively regarding premarital counseling and examinations. There was highly statistically significant difference (p<0.001) between students' total score of knowledge & total score of their attitude. Conclusion: The present study findings revealed that, three quarters of the studied sample had correct knowledge & positive attitude regarding premarital counseling and examination. Recommendation: Integrating the concept of the premarital counseling and examination into the under graduating students. .
|Keywords||perception, premarital, counseling & examinations (PMCEs)||Issue Date||5-Jan-2017||Publisher||المجلة المصرية للرعاية الصحية||Journal||Egyptian journal of health care||Series/Report no.||1;1||URI||http://research.asu.edu.eg/handle/123456789/2079|
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