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Effects of Different Educational Intervention on Awareness about HIV/AIDS among School Going Adolescents


Author(s):

Ashok Pandey , Padmashree school of public health Nagarbhavi, 560072, Bangalore, India; Umashankar S., Padmashree school of public health Nagarbhavi, 560072, Bangalore, India; Om maharjan, Family Planning Association of Nepal; Hai I dai, Padmashree school of public health Nagarbhavi, 560072, Bangalore, India

Keywords:

Adolescents, Awareness, Educational intervention, HIV/AIDS awareness

Abstract:

Introduction HIV/AIDS has emerged as the single most formidable challenge to public health, human rights and development in the new millennium .School children of today are exposed to the risk of being victims of HIV/AIDS - which was quite unknown to their predecessors a few decades ago. In Nepal, Adolescent comprises more than 22% of population. Objectives: To assess the better health education methods by intervene different health education technique to enhancing the knowledge of HIV/AIDS among adolescents. Methods the study was conducted on three secondary school of in Hansapur Village Development Committees, Arghakhanchi district. The sampling design used for the study was stratified random sampling. A sample size of 300 adolescent students was taken. The data was analyzed using the SPSS Version 16. The data has been analyzed using mean and percentages, and paired t test was used to test the improvement in knowledge. Results For aetiology, Mode of transmission of HIV/AIDS Video, Participatory lecture was highly significant (p<0.001). For sign and symptoms Book and lecture health education technique is not significant (p<0.001), but video health education technique was highly significant (p<0.001) compare to others. As in myth and misconception video and Participatory lecture health education technique was highly significant (p<0.001) compare to others and in Preventive measures, video health education technique was highly significant (p<0.001).Conclusion HIV/AIDS education played an important role in increasing knowledge of the respondents about HIV/AIDS. Video and the participatory lecture are the most effective health education techniques for effective delivery of HIV/AIDS.


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Manuscript Id :IJSTEV1I1016
Published in :Volume : 1, Issue : 1
Publication Date: 01/07/2014
Page(s): 39-44
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