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Abstract

A DESCRIPTIVE STUDY TO ASSESS THE KNOWLEDGE REGARDING NATIONAL IMMUNIZATION SCHEDULE AMONG MOTHERS IN NORTH INDIA

Hansmukh Jain*, Visanth V. S. and Fauzia Jawaid Kazi

ABSTRACT

Introduction: Immunization schedule is a series of vaccination including the timing of all doses which may be either recommended, or compulsory depending on the country of residence. Since last fifty years immunization has save the lives of many children. Vaccines are safe, simple and one of the most cost effective ways to save and improve the lives of children worldwide. However, many children in developing countries are reluctant to get immunized because of their living standards in community. Vaccines ensure that all children must be immunized, no matter what the circumstances are. In early years the mortality rate of child was high due to communicable diseases and that time immunization has saved three million lives worldwide. Methodology: The research project attempts to assess the level of knowledge regarding national immunization schedule for mothers attending OPD at AIIMS Patna. The objectives of the research project was to assess the level of knowledge regarding national immunization schedule for mother attending OPD, to find the association between the national immunization schedule and demographic variables, to provide health education to the mother about national immunization schedule. The research project was carried out in OPD at AIIMS Patna. The Sample comprised of all mothers who fulfilled the criteria of the research project. The sample was 100 in number. Pilot study was conducted on 10 samples and the tools were found to be feasible Data was collected by using a questionnaire and analyzed by descriptive and inferential statistics. The reliability of the questionnaire tool was 0.883. Results: The result of the research project shows that, 10% sample have excellent knowledge, 57% have very good knowledge, 28% have good knowledge and 5% having poor knowledge. A relationship between national immunization schedule and demographic variables like education level, religion, area of residence were assessed.

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