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A STUDY TO FIND OUT THE KNOWLEDGE ,ATTITUDE AND PRACTICE OF CARCINOMA CERVIX AMONG NURSING STAFF : 

A STUDY TO FIND OUT THE KNOWLEDGE ,ATTITUDE AND PRACTICE OF CARCINOMA CERVIX AMONG NURSING STAFF

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VENU SHAH (RollNo 107) MAMTA SHRIVASTAV (RollNo 108) AESHA SINGH (RollNo 110) GUIDANCE Dr. SHEETAL VYAS

INTRODUCTION : 

INTRODUCTION Carcinoma cervix is the second most common cancer women.In developing countries, Carcinoma cervix is often the most common cancer accounting for 80% of cases. According to ICMR, Incidence of Dysplasia-15: 1000 women cytological screened Incidence of Carcinoma in situ –5:1000 women screened

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES : 

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES To know the sociodemographic profile of study population. To know the knowledge about symptoms, risk factors,prevention & Screening of carcinoma of cervix. To know source of knowledge of respondents about different aspect of carcinoma cervix. To know the practice of respondents regarding prevention& screening of carcinoma cervix. To correlate knowledge &practice with various sociodemographic variables.

Materials and methods : 

Materials and methods Study area: V S Hospital& Sarda Ben Hospital Study population: 61 nurses from V S Hospital 39 nurses from Sarda Ben hospital Sample size: Total 100 subjects Study duration: June-September’05 Study material: Pre designed questionnaire was used for collection of data. Study Method: Personal interview

RESOURCES : 

RESOURCES Volunteers 3 Materials: 1. Papers Rs.100 2. Computer available at dept. 3. Floppies& cds Rs.90 4. Printing of project Rs.200 Total Rs.400approx.

TIME LINE CHART : 

TIME LINE CHART

OBSERVATIONS AND DISCUSSIONS : 

OBSERVATIONS AND DISCUSSIONS Mean age of study population was 46years with Standard deviation of 7.9 Majority i.e 91(91%) were married Majority i.e 85(85%) belong to SES 1 (modified Prasad’s classification) 79(79%) belonged to nuclear family Mean age of marriage and first pregnancy was 25 and 26 years with Standard deviation of 4.6 and 3.8 ,respectively.

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OBSTETRICS HISTORY OF STUDY POPULATION

DEPARTMENT WISE DISTRIBUTION OF STUDY POPULATION: 

DEPARTMENT WISE DISTRIBUTION OF STUDY POPULATION

DEPARTMENT WISE DISTRIBUTION OF STUDY POPULATION: 

DEPARTMENT WISE DISTRIBUTION OF STUDY POPULATION

INFORMATION ABOUT KNOWLEDGE(SYMPTOMS,RISK FACTORS&PREVENTION) OF CARCINOMA CERVIX : 

INFORMATION ABOUT KNOWLEDGE(SYMPTOMS,RISK FACTORS&PREVENTION) OF CARCINOMA CERVIX

DISTRIBUTION OF STUDY POPULATION AS PER KNOWLEDGE OF SYMPTOMS OF CARCINOMA CERVIX: 

DISTRIBUTION OF STUDY POPULATION AS PER KNOWLEDGE OF SYMPTOMS OF CARCINOMA CERVIX

DISTRIBUTION OF STUDY POPULATION AS PER KNOWLEDGE OF RISK FACTORS OF CARCINOMA CERVIX: 

DISTRIBUTION OF STUDY POPULATION AS PER KNOWLEDGE OF RISK FACTORS OF CARCINOMA CERVIX

DISTRIBUTION OF STUDY POPULATION AS PER KNOWLEDGE OF PREVENTION OF CARCINOMA CERVIX: 

DISTRIBUTION OF STUDY POPULATION AS PER KNOWLEDGE OF PREVENTION OF CARCINOMA CERVIX

DISTRIBUTION OF STUDY POPULATION AS PER KNOWLEDGE OF PAP TEST: 

DISTRIBUTION OF STUDY POPULATION AS PER KNOWLEDGE OF PAP TEST

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Quantification of knowledge in practice was also carried out. For this purpose each positive response regarding knowledge of symptoms, risk factors, prevention was given ‘1’ score & wrong or no response was given ‘0’ score.

DISTRIBUTION AS PER QUANTITATIVE KNOWLEDGE OF SYMPTOMS,RISK FACTORS&PREVENTION: 

DISTRIBUTION AS PER QUANTITATIVE KNOWLEDGE OF SYMPTOMS,RISK FACTORS&PREVENTION

AGE VERSUS MEAN KNOWLEDGE OF CARCINOMA CERVIX: 

AGE VERSUS MEAN KNOWLEDGE OF CARCINOMA CERVIX

MARITAL STATUS VERSUS MEAN KNOWLEDGE OF STUDY POPULATION: 

MARITAL STATUS VERSUS MEAN KNOWLEDGE OF STUDY POPULATION

DEPARTMENT VERSUS SYMPTOMS OF CARCINOMA CERVIX: 

DEPARTMENT VERSUS SYMPTOMS OF CARCINOMA CERVIX

DEPARTMENT VERSUS MEAN KNOWLEDGE OF CARCINOMA CERVIX: 

DEPARTMENT VERSUS MEAN KNOWLEDGE OF CARCINOMA CERVIX

SUMMARY AND CONCLUSION: 

SUMMARY AND CONCLUSION 69% of respondents had some idea about any aspect of carcinoma cervix. Most common symptoms – vaginal discharge & menstrual abnormality Risk factors – early marriage & multiple pregnancy

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Prevention – good genital hygiene & use of condom Mean knowledge of symptoms ,risk factors, prevention was 2.9,2.7&2.7 respectively. Gynec &allied had stastistically significant more knowledge of symptoms as compared to medicine & allied department. Only 5% underwent PAP Test

RECOMMENDATIONS: 

RECOMMENDATIONS Health education to nursing staff since there was lack of awareness among them Giving information regarding schedule of PAP Test and places where this service are available.

LIMITATIONS: 

LIMITATIONS Small sample size Limited time Education and reassessment