Effectiveness of Instructional Program Regarding Health Protective Behaviors for Women with Gestational Diabetes on Pregnancy Outcome in Primary Health Care Centers and Maternity Hospital at Baghdad City
Keywords:Instructional Program Regarding, Behaviors, Women , Diabetes Pregnancy
Background:- Diabetes is a chronic disease in which pregnant with gestational Diabetes require lifelong
health Protective Behaviors for Effective on Pregnancy Outcome
Methods: descriptive research design group Pre test used to determine the Effectiveness of Instructional
Program Regarding Health Protective Behaviors for Women with Gestational Diabetes on Pregnancy
Outcome in Primary Health Care Centers and Maternity Hospital at Baghdad City.
Methodology: descriptive research -l study conducted from 17th October 2020 to 30th January 2021,
purposive sample Consisted of 50 pregnant women with gestation diabetic were selected from (4) primary
health centers, and tow from Al karkh department, and another Two from Al Rusafa in Baghdad City. And
selected from (4) Maternity Hospital Two from Al karkh department, and another Medical City Department.
Results : The present study reports that the highest percentage (29%) of study sample is at age group ranging
between (40 – 44) years old, with mean and SD = 32.38±7.22 years) the study sample was graduated from
Secondary school graduate, while the lowest percentage (9% ) were Neither read nor write This result was
in agreement by a study who reported that a majority of pregnant women (65.5%) indicated that pregnant
women should receive on the education and The highest percentage (30%) of study sample was government
of self employed while the lowest percentage (16 %) of study sample were .
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