Volume 9, Issue 30 (12-2002)                   RJMS 2002, 9(30): 455-461 | Back to browse issues page

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In the recent decades, population of the world is increasing with more rapid growth. Almost 93% of this increase was happened in Asia, Africa and Latin America. Family planning is known a way against population growth. From 1994 family planning is replaced by reproductive health and men participation is the one of the most important aspects of that. Knowing about men knowledgment and effect of education in this knowledgment is important for helping men about different methods of family planning. The object of this study was determination of effect of education on men knowledgment about family planning. The type of study was before after and 149 men in BordAbad with non probability sampling was selected. The method of collecting data was by questionnaire. Analysing of data was performed by spss software and paired t-test. In this study was shown that mean of score about men knowledgment from family planning before education was statistically different from mean of score after education. Value of this difference had relationship with age and literacy, but had a meaningful positive relation with marriage age of men. education can effect on men knowledgment about family planning participation.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Community Medicine

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