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NNJ. 2015; 4(4): 15-17


Effectiveness of planned baby care education on maternal attachment and self confidence levels among primi mothers

'Ch. Beaula Rani', 'Indira.S'..

Abstract
Motherhood is a rewarding, but challenging experience. Mothers are expected to balance parenting with multiple roles.To assess the effectiveness of planned baby care education on maternal attachment. Quantitative research approach and o ne group pre-test- post test
design was used to select 30 Primi mothers in NMCH, Nellore selected by non probability- purposive sampling technique. Data was collected using questionnaire related to maternal fetal attachment and baby care.Among 30 primi mothers, in pre-test shows that 07% have below
average, 63% average and 30% above average levels of maternal confidence. The post-test shows that 07% have average and 93% have above average levels of maternal attachment and self confidence. So, the planned baby care education has proved to promote the maternal attachment and self confidence levels.

Key words: Motherhood, Baby, Maternal attachment.


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