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Parental knowledge, attitudes and practices in relation to thalassaemia in Northern Jordan.
Huda Falah Gharaibeh
Thesis (Ph. D. ) - University of Ulster, 2001.
A survey study (response rate n = , %) was conducted of professional custody evaluators to assess their beliefs and attitudes about the parental alienation syndrome (PAS). Three overarching research questions were addressed: (1) To what extent do custody evaluators endorse the concept of PAS (2) How, if at all, do custody evaluators assess PAS and aspects of it (including general. Stevens JH. Child development knowledge and parenting skills. Family Relations ;33(2) Dichtelmiller M, Meisels SJ, Plunkett JW, Bozynski MEA, Claflin C, Mangelsdorf SC. The relationship of parental knowledge to the development of extremely low birth weight infants. Journal of Early Intervention ;16(3)
aim of this study was investigation of knowledge, attitude and behavior of marrying partners who were thalassemia genetic carriers in prevention of the birth of the children with major thalassemia Methods: This study was a descriptive-analytic study. Data collection tool was a self-administered questionnaire that included 43 items. The aim of this study was to examine the knowledge, attitudes and beliefs of parents around fever in children under five years of age. Methods Between July and August , a convenience sample of parents was invited to participate in this study in Copenhagen, Denmark.
These findings indicate a different relationship between parent discipline, and the development of externalizing behaviors in preschool children STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM A Study to “Assess the knowledge and attitude on behavioral problems of preschool children among parents” in selected areas of Madhugiri with a view to develop. This report provides the initial findings of a Child Protection Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices (KAP) Study commissioned by Save the Children (SC) as part of the project “Educating and Protecting Vulnerable Children in Family Settings in Liberia” ().
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Parental knowledge, attitudes and practices in relation to thalassaemia in northern Jordan Author: Gharaibeh, Huda Falah. ISNI: Awarding Body: University of Ulster Current Institution: Ulster University Date of Award: Parental knowledge, attitudes and practices in relation to thalassaemia in northern Jordan.
By Huda Falah Gharaibeh. Abstract. SIGLEAvailable from British Library Document Supply Centre- DSC:DXN / BLDSC - British Library Document Supply CentreGBUnited KingdoAuthor: Huda Falah Gharaibeh. Influence of parent knowledge and attitudes on practices. Table Table1 1 shows that parent asthma-related knowledge (dichotomized by cut-off score of 8) was associated with eight aspects of pulmonary function testing, regular physician visits, asthma monitoring with a peak flow meter and the C-CAT questionnaire, avoidance of asthma triggers Cited by: Greater parental knowledge of epilepsy was found to be correlated with the parental education level (pattitudes and behaviors towards epilepsy were found to be correlated with a.
Introduction. Public awareness and attitudes towards epilepsy differ across cultures.It has been noted that traditional beliefs and lack of knowledge strongly influence attitudes towards epilepsy.Keeping in mind that this chronic neurological disorder occurs in to % of children under the age of 16, we have found that the burden of epilepsy most commonly involves Cited by: Mausumi Basu A Study on Knowledge, Attitude and Practice About Thalassemia Among General Population Journal of Preventive Medicine and Holistic Health, Jan – June ;1(1) 12 1.
Introduction. Over the last few years, there has been increasing awareness regarding the effect having a child with epilepsy has on parents, and the reciprocal effect of parental knowledge and attitudes about epilepsy on the affected child.Furthermore, parental attitudes about epilepsy were as significantly related to child outcome as seizure history and epilepsy duration.
Like Bangladesh studies on knowledge, attitudes and practices related to thalassaemia are relatively scarce in Malaysian too. Thalassemia is endemic in Cyprus with a frequency of 1 in 6 persons being a heterozygote and about 1 in 1, a homozygous thalassemia major patient.
knowledge helps in transforming the community practices. Aims and objectives: To assess the knowledge, attitude and practice of menstrual hygiene among first year medical students in north India. Materials and Method: A cross sectional study was conducted among 50 girls of first year MBBS of Sri Aurobindo Institute of Medical Sciences, Indore.
The present study was designed to assess the Knowledge, Attitude and Practices (KAP) of the parents of b-thalassaemia children () selected from public (%) and private (%) thalassaemia centers of Rawalpindi-Islamabad.
Qualitative and quantitative approaches were used to collect the data, which was analyzed by using SPSS. - Those relating to the attitude of parents to a vaso-occlusive crisis: the first-line appeal structure; - Those relating to the quality of the parents’ home practices in the face of a vaso-occlusive crisis.
Criteria for Judgment In order to assess parental knowledge of vaso-occlusive crises, a grid was l-deve. The relationship between socio-demographic characteristics and dental health knowledge and attitudes of parents with young children N. Williams, J. Whittle and A.
Gatrell Br Dent J survey based on a comprehensive review of the subject. Questionnaires were scored on 30 items regarding parent asthma-related KAP, with one point for every correct response and a possible range of 0–13 for knowledge, 0–7 for attitudes and 0–10 for practices.
Higher scores indicated better KAP. Chi-squared tests and logistic regression were. International Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences ISSN- Vol 9, Issue 3, Original Article PARENTAL KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDES AND PRACTICES (KAPs) ON THE USE OF ANTIBIOTICS IN CHILDREN FOR UPPER RESPIRATORY TRACT INFECTIONS (URTIs) NORAIDA MOHAMED SHAH*, MASTURA ABDUL RAHIM Faculty of Pharmacy, Universiti Kebangsaan.
Kenya is undergoing rapid urbanization resulting in changing lifestyles. Childhood dietary habits are changing and might result in childhood obesity and related health risks. Dietary habits learnt in early life are likely to be carried to adulthood. Nutrition knowledge and positive attitude are known to influence dietary practices.
There is paucity of information on nutrition knowledge. Taylor P, Chandiwana SK, Govere JM, Chombo F. Knowledge attitudes and practices in relation to schistosomiasis in a rural community. Soc Sci Med. ; 24 (7)– doi: /(87) However knowledge, attitudes and practices (KAP) of this target age group ( years) in relation to schistosomiasis, soil transmitted helminthiasis (STHs) and malaria is not known at a time when integrated plasmodium - helminth control strategies are being advocated.
CONSANGUINITY IN QATAR: KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDE AND PRACTICE IN A POPULATION BORN BETWEEN AND - Volume 42 Issue 1 - A. SANDRIDGE, J. TAKEDDIN, E.
AL-KAABI, Y. was to assess knowledge, attitudes and practices on family planning services among adolescents in secondary schools in Hai District in northern Tanzania. A cross sectional study was conducted between April and June among randomly selected students in 10 secondary schools using a self.
Impoverished children suffer disproportionately from asthma and are more likely than other children to be exposed to secondhand smoke (SHS). We conducted a case-control study to describe and compare knowledge, attitudes, and household practices regarding SHS exposure among parents of young urban children with and without asthma (response rate, 76%).
As mediators of the relationship between knowledge and practice, parental attitudes about the roles of parents and others in the raising of young children, as well as about specific practices (e.g., breastfeeding, immunization), can contribute to some variation in practices and in the uptake of services among individuals and subpopulations.related to knowledge regarding thalassaemia were included.
Finally the questionnaires from different parents were analyzed and the result was interpreted. The data was analyzed by SPSS version Results: Sixty percent parents were unaware about the disease, 25% had a little knowledge about the.Zyoud et al. BMC Pediatrics () DOI /s RESEARCH ARTICLE Open Access Parental knowledge, attitudes and practices regarding antibiotic use for acute upper respiratory tract infections in children: a cross-sectional study in Palestine Sa’ed H.
Zyoud1,2,3*, Adham Abu Taha4, Khulood F. Araj5, Islam A. Abahri5, Ansam F. Sawalha4, Waleed M. Sweileh4, Rahmat .