Effectiveness of Planned Teaching Program Regarding Polycystic Ovarian Disease in Terms of Knowledge and Attitude among Students of SGT University
Keywords:Polycystic Ovarian Disease (PCOD), Planned Teaching Program (PTP), Knowledge and attitude)
Background: The modernized technology has changed the daily lifestyle of human beings. An unhealthy
eating habits and lack of exercise leads to occurrence of many diseases among adolescence. The current
study is here about the common disease i.e. polycystic ovarian disease (POCD) among women which cause
to improper diet or hormonal balance this is due to lack of knowledge and irregular exercises.
Objectives: The objectives of the study have drawn to fulfill the research reflecting on the effectiveness
of planned teaching programme regarding polycystic ovarian disease (PCOD) in terms of knowledge and
attitude among students of SGT University, Gurugram
Materials and Method: In this study Pre-Experimental design was used to assess the effectiveness of
planned teaching programme in terms of knowledge and attitude regarding polycystic ovarian disease
(PCOD). Convenience sampling technique was used to select 60 students of SGT University, Gurugram. A
structured was administered to assess the knowledge and attitude. The collected data was analyzed by using
descriptive and inferential statistics.
Results: The comparison of pre and post test of knowledge score on polycystic ovarian syndrome to assess
the effectiveness of planned teaching programme improving the knowledge regarding polycystic ovarian
syndrome among 60 students. The mean pre-test is 9.38 and post-test knowledge score 26.62 having a
significant difference with t value for knowledge is 12.85 at the level of significant p<0.05.
Conclusion: It is concluded that that the planned teaching program was effective in improving the knowledge
and attitude regarding PCOD among students of SGT University.
Therefore, it is recommended thatprecautionary measures can be adopted by female such as doing regular
exercises to prevent PCOD for better health and each woman should have proper knowledge regarding
PCOD in order to take prevention timely.
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