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A study to assess the knowledge regarding breast self examination in india

Aim: The aim was to assess the knowledge, attitude, and practice (KAP) regarding breast self-examination (BSE) in a cohort of Indian female dental students. Materials and methods: A cross-sectional descriptive questionnaire study was conducted on dental students at Panineeya Institute of Dental Sciences, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India Conclusion: The study highlights the need for educational programs to create awareness regarding regular breast cancer screening behaviour. Key Words: Breast self-examination, Nursing students, India, Knowledge, Practice. About Authors: Author, Mr. Ashok Kumar Dhanwal is a Ph. D. Scholar in Himalayan University, Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh, India

AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY TO ASSESS THE EFFECTIVENESS OF is the third most common cancer in the world.In India breast cancer is the second leading So women's knowledge regarding breast self-examination plays a crucial role in the safeguard of their health. Self-education helps to create awarenes a study to assess the knowledge and practices on breast self examination, breast cancer and its treatment modalities among adult women, age between . 25-55 years at madhugiri taluk, tumkur. dist, in a view to develop a self . instructional module. proforma for registration of subjects. for dessertation. ms. usha.h of structured teaching programe on knowledge regarding breast self examination among fmphw ist year students at ramzan institute of paramedical sciences, Gulshan Nagar, Nowgam Srinagar, Kashmir, India. Objectives of the study 1. To assess the pre-test knowledge scores regarding breast self- examination among FMPHW Ist year students. 2 Aim: The aim was to assess the knowledge, attitude, and practice (KAP) regarding breast self-examination (BSE) in a cohort of Indian female dental students. Materials and Methods: A cross-sectional descriptive questionnaire study was conducted on dental students at Panineeya Institute of Dental Sciences, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India. Data were analyzed using SPSS software (version 12) OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY. 1. To assess the knowledge regarding breast self examination . 2. To assess the knowledge regarding causes, signs and symptoms of breast cancer and its treatment modalities. 3. To assess the practices among adult women on breast self examination. 4

Breast Self-examination: Knowledge, Attitude, and Practice

  1. ation among women of age group 35-70 years Annandale, Shimla. Quantitative research approach was used with non-experimental research design. A total of 40 females were selected using a purposive sampling method. Data were.
  2. ation. Similar study was done by Makanjoula in 2013 to assess the knowledge of breast cancer and practice of BSE among 100 women Ala community Nigeria, revealed that 60% women had poor knowledge of breast cancer and breast self-exa
  3. ation is hardly practiced, though the willingness to learn is high. Positive attitudes towards screening provide an opportunity to promote breast self-exa
  4. ation among the female students at KMCH Institute of Allied health sciences. The study showed that the majority of the students were having inadequate Knowledge, Attitude and Practice regarding the breast self exa
  5. ation and the ability of GNM students to perform breast self exa
  6. ation so the nurses are in key position to educate the women to bring down the rate of breast cancer among women. Keywords: Attitude, breast cancer, breast self exa

Breast self examination (BSE) can detect 40% of breast lesions. The present study aimed to assess the impact of a health education intervention program about breast self examination (BSE) among women in a semi-urban area in Madhya Pradesh, India. Methodology: The study was carried out in three phases; pre-intervention phase, intervention phase. Objective: We aimed to assess knowledge, attitudes, and practices regarding breast and cervical cancer and screening methods among women living western Turkey. Methods: A questionnaire survey was administered to women aged ≥21 years. Data were collected using a 12-item questionnaire measuring women's knowledge, attitudes, and practice levels, including among participants who were health workers Early diagnosis with rapid initiation of treatment reduces breast cancer mortality. Therefore awareness of breast cancer risk and a willingness to undergo screening are essential. The objective of the present study was to assess the knowledge and practices relating to screening for breast cancer among women in Delhi A study to assess the knowledge, attitude and practices of employed. mothers regarding breast feeding in selected . areas of Raichur . 6.4 Objectives Of The Study. To determine knowledge, attitude and practice of employed mothers regarding breastfeeding

A total of 295 (74.7%) participants reported practicing breast self-examination, 95 (24.1%) had undergone clinical breast examination, and 74 (18.7%) had ever undergone mammography. The knowledge, attitudes, and practices related to breast cancer screening were found to be lower than expected A STUDY TO ASSESS THE KNOWLEDGE ,ATTITUDE AND PRACTICE. REGARDING TOBACCO SMOKING, DRUG ABUSE AND JUNK . FOODSAMONG ADOLSCENT BOYS IN SELECTED . COLLEGES OF BANGALORE . M.Sc. Nursing Dissertation protocol submitted to. Rajiv Gandhi University of health Sciences, Karnataka, Bangalore. By. Ms. K. VIJAYADURGA. M.Sc. NURSING FIRST YEAR. YEAR 2009-201 doing breast self-examination was conducted on breast model. In the pre-test and post-test knowledge and skill in doing BSE was evaluated to find the effectiveness of structured teaching programme. The findings revealed that a significant gain in knowledge (p=0.001) and skill (p=0.001) regarding the knowledge of breast cancer an There is a paucity of data on the knowledge and awareness of BC and self-breast examination in India. We designed this hospital based cross sectional descriptive study to evaluate the current status of knowledge, awareness and practices related to BC and breast self-examination in the female rural population attending a teaching hospital Breast cancer is the commonest cancer in women worldwide. Although programmes promoting breast cancer awareness are being carried out throughout Sri Lanka, few have targeted school students. We conducted this study to assess the knowledge, attitudes and practices regarding breast cancer with reference to screening, services available, breast self-examination, and sources of information, among.

programe on knowledge regarding breast self examination

  1. ation (BSE) was significantly more frequent in comparison to CBE and mammography
  2. ation, Knowledge, Practice, Urban community, Women Introduction Breast cancer refers to the erratic growth and proliferation of cells that originate in the breast tissue. Malignant tumor
  3. ation (BSE) amongst students in the Department of Nursing Science of a tertiary institution in Benin City, Edo State towards self breast exa
  4. ation (BSE) provides an inexpensive method for early detection of breast tumors, thus knowledge and consistent practice could protect women from severe morbidity and mortality due to breast cancer. 4 This study assessed the knowledge and practice of breast self-exa
  5. ation into mean, range and standard deviation. Paired t-test used to find out the significant difference between pretest and posttest attitude regarding breast self-exa
  6. ation is an ideal approach to notice breast changes and the change from the ordinary appearance could be an indication of illness, knowledge about signs, risk factors, and prevention factors are important so ladies can recognize any symptoms as early as possible. 1
  7. ation, breast cancer, health education 1

The purpose of this study is to assess the level of knowledge and practice of breast self examination among female undergraduate students in Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (UNIMAS). the level of knowledge on breast self examination among the respondents. 6. To examine the relationship between the level of knowledge about breast self The objectives of this study are to assess the level of knowledge among registered nurses regarding breast self-examination. This study will also determine the attitude and practice regarding breast self-examination among registered nurses at the tertiary care hospital. 1.4 Research Questio

Breast self-examination: Knowledge, attitude, and practice

  1. Another study conducted in India suggested that due to increasing population, lifestyle changes and migration from rural to urban breast cancer rate is increasing in India in the last two decades. 320 participants with newly and confirmed cases of breast cancer were included in the study. The mean age of breast
  2. ation while 176 (56.7%) with 95% CI: (53-64%) of the femal
  3. To Assess the Knowledge among Adolescent Girls Regarding Breast Cancer: Descriptive Study Mrs. Amandeep Kaur Nursing Tutor, Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecologic Nursing, Life Guard Nursing Institute, Sangrur, Punjab ABSTRACT Aim:-The study was carried out to assess the knowledge regarding breast cancer among adolescent school girls
  4. ation among women in Venkatachalam, Nellore, Andhra Pradesh Latha P Int. J. Obstetrics Gynaecological Nurs., 2020; 2(1): 01-0
  5. ation. 5. Material & Methods Ethical research clearance was secured from the appropriate authorities before initiation of this study. In this study all the steps of health care assessment was used. Assessment of knowledge regarding B.S.E. was performed throug
  6. ation (BSE) among female teachers. Methods This study is a cross-sectional survey of teachers working in schools in Al-Jahra, governorate
  7. e the level of knowledge regarding breast cancer exa

Background . Breast cancer remains a serious public health problem globally. It is particularly increasing among adolescents and premenopausal women. Breast self-examination (BSE) is the most effective and feasible means of detecting breast cancer early in developing countries. This study aimed at evaluating and comparing knowledge of BSE among secondary and tertiary school students and at. A study of knowledge, attitude and practices (kap) of lactating mothers on breast feeding, weaning immunization and dietary practices at Jabalpur cantonment, India R.Harnagle1* and P.S. Chawla2 1Department of Community Medicine, AFMC ,Pune, India. 2Department of Community Medicine Kashi Bai Navle Medical College Singhgad, Pune, India A pre -experimental study to assess the effectiveness of structured teaching programe on knowledge regarding breast self examination among fmphw ist year students at ramzan institute of paramedical sciences, Gulshan Nagar, Nowgam Srinagar, Kashmir, India. Full Text PD

A Descriptive study to assess the knowledge, attitude and

(KSA) revealed poor knowledge of females regarding breast cancer and BSE [15-17]. Aim of this study was to determine knowledge, attitude and practice among stu- dents of female medical university in Taif towards Breast Self Examination (BSE) and also to explore their know-ledge about breast cancer focusing on risk factors and clinical presentation Introduction: Breast cancer is the most common malignancy in women. Lack of early detection leads to low survival rates in less developed countries. Breast self‑examination (BSE) is a simple, quick, and cost‑free procedure for early detection. Thi

Women's Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices about Breast

knowledge attitude and practice on breast self examination

Our study objective was to determine the validity and reliability of the breast module of a cancer awareness measure (BCAM) among adult women in western Kenya. The study was conducted between October and November 2012, following three breast cancer screening events. Purposive and systematic random sampling methods were used to identity 48 women for cognitive focus group discussions, and 1061. A pre -experimental study to assess the effectiveness of structured teaching programe on knowledge regarding breast self examination among fmphw ist year students at ramzan institute of paramedical sciences, Gulshan Nagar, Nowgam Srinagar, Kashmir, India Lack of early detection leads to low survival rates in less developed countries. Breast self-examination (BSE) is a simple, quick, and cost-free procedure for early detection. This study attempts to assess the level of knowledge, attitude, and practice regarding self-breast examination in a cohort of female nursing students

Awareness and Impact of Education on Breast Self

Breast self-examination (BSE) is a simple, quick, and cost-free procedure for early detection. This study attempts to assess the level of knowledge, attitude, and practice regarding self-breast examination in a cohort of female nursing students. Methodology: A total of 254 female nursing students were included in the study, who filled in. which was breast self- examination by 19(73%) mammography 3 (11-5) and USG- 4 (15.4%).Their common source of information were Radio/TV. 90 (81%) married women were 90 in numbers.Knowledge on risk factors of breast cancer was very low. Result of this study shows low knowledge on breast cancer, risk factors an semi structured questionnaire in order to assess their knowledge regarding Breast Cancer. Data collected was analysed using SPSS software. Results: 83.1% of the participants knew that breast cancer is a killer disease and only 11.1% knew about breast self-examination and only 5.8% do BSE. Lacking knowledge abou Breast Self-Examination (BSE) has a greatest role in the early discovery of breast cancer and it is still an important screening tool for early detection of Breast Cancer (BC) in developing countries. The study aimed to: Assess the impact of training program on improving knowledge and practices of rural community health workers regarding BC and BSE A Study to assess the effectiveness of information booklet on knowledge and practices of expressed Breast Milk among postnatal working mothers in selected hospitals of Mehasana city. A Study to assess the knowledge and effectiveness of Planned teaching regarding Breast Self Examination (BSE) among working women in Mehasana city. A Study to.

Study to Assess the Knowledge and Attitude about Breast

Results The mean age of the study participants was 20.13(±2.27) and 77% of the study participants were single. Before the intervention 14(23%) of respondents had information and practiced breast self-examination, only 8(13.1%) performed breast self -examination on a regular monthly basis A STUDY TO ASSESS THE EFFECTIVENESS OF SELF INSTRUCTIONAL MODULE (SIM) ON KNOWLEDGE REGARDING ADVERSE EFFECT OF SELECTED ANTIPSYCHOTIC DRUGS AMONG INTERNS IN SELECTED NURSING COLLEGE\'S OF HUBBALLI. Mahesh C GadagMrs. Tejaswini B.HMr. Anil Jirali. Editor,Nursing,India,Volume 3 Issue II May-August 2020

A Study to Assess the Effectiveness of Video-assisted

Impact of a health education intervention program

1) To assess the improvement in the knowledge regarding Breast Cancer. 2) To assess the improvement in the knowledge regarding Breast Self-Examination. Aim and Objectives Breast Cancer is a major health problem worldwide. According to study carried out in India, breast cancer is a worldwide medica The present study was aimed at assessing the level of knowledge regarding breast self-examination among school teachers in selected schools at Aluva. The study was conducted among 30 school teachers at selected schools at Aluva. The tool used was structured know ledge questionnaire prepared by the investigators. The main study data was collected on 17 The overall findings of the study revealed that the Majority of participant's knowledge and practice regarding prevention and control of breast cancer was moderate. Keywords:-Assess, breast cancer, Bachelor of educational students, knowledge, practice. I. INTRODUCTION Cancer is the second leading cause of mortality and morbidity in both.

Assessment of knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors

Chatergee P. A study to assess the effectiveness of planned teaching programme on the knowledge of GNM students regarding breast cancer and breast self examination and the ability of GNM students to perform breast self examination. Nurs J India. 2002; 9:3 The purpose of the study is to assess the knowledge among school teacher before and after administering planned teaching programmeregarding breast self examination, to assess the effectiveness of planned teaching program among school teachersregarding breast self examination (BSE) and to associate the post test knowledge score with selected.

Distribution of participants according to income

Knowledge and Practices Related to Screening for Breast

The main purpose of this study is to assess the knowledge of nursing students regarding Breast Self-Examination. Regular breast self-examination helps to detect any breast lumps. & when lumps are discovered at an early stage, patients have a better chance for long term survival. Through many research studies conducted on the knowledge Introduction: Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women worldwide, and it can be detected at an early stage through self-examination which increases the chance of survival. This study aimed to assess knowledge and practice of breast self-examination (BSE) among females in a rural area of Trichy district [11.] Yerpude PN, Jogdand KS. Knowledge and practice of breast self-examination (BSE) among Females in a rural area of South India. Natl J Community Med 2013;4:329-32. [12.] Thomas S, Mathew S, Joshy S, Jose T, Vijayan V, Prem A, et al. Study the knowledge on breast self-examination among the women of reproductive age group To assess the e fectiveness of educational intervention programme regarding Breast Self Examination among girl students of study school. Methodology Pre experimental one group pre-test post-test design was adopted for this study. In total, 61 girls were included. Th

Knowledge, attitudes, and practices related to breast

A cross‐sectional study was conducted to examine the knowledge of breast cancer, attitudes toward breast self‐examination (BSE), and practice of BSE among a sample of female health care workers in Tehran, Iran. Using a purposed questionnaire, a total of 410 women from seven health centers completed the questionnaire Breast cancer (BC) is a non-communicable disease with increased morbidity and mortality. Early detection of BC contributes to prompt linkage to care and reduction of complications associated with BC. Breast self-examination (BSE) is useful for detecting breast abnormalities particularly in settings with poor access to healthcare for clinical breast examination and mammography The study aimed at assessing the effect of video teaching programme on knowledge regarding breast self-examination among adult women. Methods: A quantitative research approach with one group pretest posttest research design was adopted. The sample consisted of 60 adult women selected by purposive sampling. Knowledge questionnaire and was prepared to assess the knowledge which was administered.

Table 2 depicts knowledge about breast cancer among all the participants. Nearly half of the women answered that breast cancer is the most common cancer found in females in India. Most commonly risk factors known to the group were, high fat diet (45.9%), history of breast cancer in mother or sister (36.7%), delayed age at child birth (33.9%) and not breast feeding (26.26%) 27.5% felt that. Objective: To assess the awareness of breast-self-examination (BSE) & screening among the mothers belonging to different socioeconomic groups in Karachi, Pakistan. To assess the awareness of breast lump & its relation with breast cancer in mothers. Methods: This is a cross sectional research study constituting on a sample size of 284 people A descriptive study to assess the knowledge, attitude and practice of primipara mothers regarding breastfeeding in a selected hospital, Thrissur. 3. Objectives a) Assess the knowledge of breastfeeding among primipara mothers. b) Assess the attitude of primipara mothers towards breastfeeding The students had poor knowledge level regarding breast cancer. Only few students knew about breast self-examination and were performing correctly. This shows that the people in Nepal are still lacking knowledge regarding breast cancer, hence high mortali-ty rate from breast cancer compared to developed countries. The simple steps of educat Breast cancer appears to be a disease of both the developing and developed worlds. Among Turkish women, breast cancer is the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths. The aims of this cross-sectional study were to determine levels of knowledge about breast cancer and to evaluate health beliefs concerning the model that promotes breast self- examination (BSE) and mammography in a group of.

Effectiveness of a structured teaching programme on

Result: In this study, a total of 300 undergraduate female nursing students participated in the study and giving a response rate of 100% About knowledge of the female undergraduate students with regard to BSE is found to be 55.7% with 95% CI: (56-61%) had knowledge of breast self examination while 176 (56.7%) with 95% CI: (53-64%) of the. In our study, women's knowledge of breast cancer screening tests was also evaluated: (1) self-assessment; (2) ultrasonic; (3) mammography and (4) MRI. Since the purpose of the study was to evaluate women's knowledge of breast cancer screening tests, patients with a history of breast cancer or related diseases were excluded

Knowledge, attitude and practice about breast cancer and

Introduction: Breast self-examination (BSE) is the most sensitive and cost-effective method to diagnose breast cancer at an early stage in healthcare resources' limited setting.However, the practice of BSE is low in Myanmar. Although various international studies were conducted to clarify the influencing factors in irregular BSE practice, there is a range of different factors and the answer. A study was conducted in the Department of General Surgery, Sheri-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences, (Medical College), Bemina, Srinagar, Kashmir, India over a period of 18 months from September 2007 to February 2009, to assess the level of awareness regarding breast cancer in Kashmiri men. 624 patients admitted in the department for management of various common surgical diseases and their. A study in Bindura District, Zimbabwe, for example, revealed that the majority of respondents had not heard of breast self-examination and that more than half did not think that they could develop breast cancer. The majority of the respondents demonstrated low levels of knowledge regarding breast and cervical cancer Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women residing in majority of the urban areas in India. The deaths due to breast cancer are mainly a result of late presentation of the symptoms due to lack of awareness of the signs and symptoms of the disease and lack of knowledge of performing BSE

Breast cancer is one of the leading causes of mortality among women. The aim of the current study was to assess the factors affecting awareness and beliefs regarding breast cancer, among women living in the state of Selangor, Malaysia. A cross-sectional study was conducted among women living in Selangor aged 18 to 65 years old, with a total of 483 participants i a study to assess the effectiveness of structured teaching programme on knowledge regarding selected child welfare programme in india among the mothers of under five children in selected rural area at bangalore The result showed improvement in post test level of knowledge, calculated paired 't' test value 25.44 at (p<0.01) which was highly significant. The study concluded that Video Assisted Teaching is effective in improving knowledge regarding Breast Self Examination

Comparison of mean percent scores among various years with

Awareness of breast cancer among adolescent girls in

Background: Breast cancer is one of the malignant diseases where early diagnosis and treatment leads to a good prognosis. Breast self-examination (BSE) is the most cost-effective screening technique. Objective: The objective of the study is to assess the effect of training on awareness and behavior of BSE among the community health workers (CHWs).. The study basically aimed to assess the effectiveness of structured teaching programme. RESULT Our study revealed that the STP administered to the samples significantly increased the knowledge regarding the Breast cancer and the knowledge regarding the practice of breast self examination Naif A. Alharbi.,et.al., (2011) conducted a study on Knowledge, awareness and practices concerning breast cancer among Kuwaiti female school teachers. The objective of this study was to assess the breast cancer knowledge, awareness and the factors associated with the practise of breast self-examination among female teachers. It was a cros A Pre experimental study was conducted to assess the effectiveness of structured teaching programme on knowledge regarding risk factors, early identification and preventive measures of breast cancer among college students in a selected college at Alappuzha District. The objectives of the study were to assess the pretest and posttest level of. DOI: 10.4103/jss.JSS_37_19 Background: Breast cancer is one of the malignant diseases where early diagnosis and treatment leads to a good prognosis. Breast self-examination (BSE) is the most cost-effective screening technique. Objective: The objective of the study is to assess the effect of training on awareness and behavior of BSE among the community health workers (CHWs)

Video: Impact of Cancer Awareness Drive on Generating

An Assessment of the Knowledge and Practice of Self Breast

Abstract. Aims: The aim of this study was to assess the effects of different methods of instruction on nurses' Breast Self Examination (BSE) practice and to assess the influence of constructs of health belief model on practice of BSE among nurses. Study Design: Completely Randomized design.. Place and Duration of the Study: A descriptive cross sectional study was conducted among the female. International Journal of Obstetrics, Prenatal and Neonatal Nursing: is a peer reviewed journal, which intends to publish research, review and short articles related to women and child care. The goal of the Journal is to enhance the knowledge and practice in closely related fields of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Neonatal care

The aim of the study is to assess the awareness among female students of the local degree college about breast cancer and breast self examination (BSE) and to assess the effectiveness of a breast cancer awareness programme in terms of increase in knowledge among the participants about breast cancer and BSE. 2. Methodolog A Descriptive Study to Assess the Knowledge and Attitude Regarding Breast Self-examination among Girls in Selected Colleges of the City and to Develop and Disseminate an Informational Booklet on Breast Self-examination: Abstract: Priyanka Kosare Vol 1, No 2 (2015 <sec> Background/aim In Malaysia, breast cancer is the most common cancer among women. As such, early diagnosis and screening practices are important to increase the survival rate. Breast self-examination (BSE) is one of the main screening methods for breast cancer. Socio-demographic characteristics and knowledge of breast cancer are amongst the crucial roles in determining women's behavioral.