New bornís physical and mental health is depends on care and management during perinatal period.
After birth health of child is depends on health care practices adopted by mother as well as family members
Methodology: objectives of the study were , To assess the pre test and post knowledge of postnatal mothers on
common minor neonatal problems and management among postnatal mothers. To evaluate the effectiveness of
planned teaching programme on common minor neonatal problems and its management among postnatal mothers,
and to find out an association between pre-test knowledge with selected socio demographic variables.
Ethical clearance was obtained from Ethics Committee of KIMS Deemed to be University Karad. Evaluative
approach was used. Research design for present study was pre Experimental one group pre test post test design
was adopted. Study setting used was maternity unit of Krishna Hospital Karad. 100 postnatal mothers selected by
convenient sampling technique as per inclusion and exclusion criteria. The tool consists of Socio-demographic
and obstetrical variables of the post natal mothers. Structured knowledge questionnaire. Data collected after
Written permission from the concerned authority and study participant. The obtained data was analyzed in the term
of objectives for the study using descriptive and inferential statistics.
common minor neonatal problems and its management, postnatal mothers, planned teaching
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