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서울特別市 綜合病院 看護員들의 家族計劃에 對한 知識, 態度 및 實踐에 關한 調査硏究

A Study in Knowledge, Attitude and Practice of Hospital Nurses in Seoul with Reqard to Family Planning

공중보건잡지 1972년 9권 2호 p.379 ~ 389
최상순,
소속 상세정보
최상순 (  ) - 서울대학교 보건대학원

Abstract


A survey was conducted by the author on family planning knowledge, attitude, and practice among hospital nurses in an urban area from 8 to 20 August 1972. The survey respondents were 620 nurses in the university hospitals of Seoul. As result of this survey, the following conclusions were found;
A. General characteristics of respondents
1. The average age of the hospital nurses investigated was 22.3 years. By age group, htose 20-24 constituted 66 percent of the total or the most numerous of all age strata. The percentages decreased with increasing age.
2. Of the 620 nurses, 50 percent were graduates of nursing schools, and 43 percent of nursing college background. Also there were respondents with nursing high school(3%) and nursing training institute(4%) backgrounds.
3. Those who reported having no religion constituted 31 percent of the respondents, while Protestants, Catholics, and Buddhists were 39,22, and 6 percent respectively.
4. Married respondents made up 20percent of the total while 80 percent were not married.
B. Knowledge about family planning
1. Those women who reported that they had learned about family planning while at school constituted 76 percent of the total. Newspapers, radio, magazines, seminars, and training courses were mentioned as important sources of information also.
2. As the "ideal contraceptive method" the largest proportion(38 percent) selected vasectomy, followed by the rhythm method(23 percent), the loop(10 percent), and oral pills(9 percent).
C. Self-judged teaching ability in family planning
1. About 62 percent of all respondents thought that they could explain reproductive physiology and birth control to others, but 33 percent thought they could not.
2. About 71 percent of all respondents can explain the use of the loop method and the function of contraception, but 29 percent cannot.
3. About 66 percent of all respondents can explain the way to use oral pills and their possible sideeffects.
D. Attitudes toward family planning
1. About 97 percent of all respondents were found to approve of current family planning services as part of the national policy; about 2 percent were against it.
2. On the question of launching family planning services as part of hospital programs, 91 percent approved.
These results indicate not only the success of the national policy in shaping attitudes, but also implies the possibility of a hospital program´s being successful.
E. Family planning training
1. Nearly 82 percent of all respondents expressed a desire for more training and education in family planning, but nearly 14 percent did not want it.
2. About 55 percent of the respondents said they werre interested in broad and general family planning training, while 23 percent indicated specific interest in educational methods for teaching others about family planning and another 13 percent indicated an interest in education dealing with the necessity of family planning.
F. Family planning practice
1. Of the 122 married nurses, 47 percent responded that they were currently using a contraceptive method. The remanining 53 percent reported having never had any contraceptive experience.
2. Thirty-nine percent of the married respondents were currently using the rhythm method, followed by condom users, those with tubal ligations, IUD wearers, and those with vasectomized husbands.

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