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aumj 2015, 4(4): 237-247 Back to browse issues page
The Effect of Education about Preventive Behaviors of Urinary Infection Based on Health Belief Model by Attending and Non- Attending Educational Programs in Pregnant Women
F. Noroozi, R. Tahmasebi, A. Noroozi
Associate Professor in Health Education, Department of Health, Bushehr University of Medical Sciences, Bushehr, Iran , azitanoroozi@yahoo.com
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Background: Urinary tract infection is the second most common complication of pregnancy, maternal and fetal complications and serious consequences will follow. So, the purpose of this study is comparison of education effect between attend and non-attend methods on promotion prevailing behavior from urinary tract infection in pregnant women based on the health belief model.

Materials and Methods: In this clinical trial, 140 pregnant women coming to Bushehr medical center, in two group (70 people each) were studied. In attend group, two education meetings, including 1.5 hour were hold based on the health belief model with an interval of a week. Non-attend education group, just received a booklet arranged based on health belief model. The information about awareness, structures model and function were collected before, one week and three months later via questionnaire. The urinary test results were collected before and three months after the intervention. After getting information, data were analyzed by software SPSS version 20 via perfect tests.

Results: Before educational intervention, knowledge, preventive behaviors of urinary infection and all structures model were same in both groups. After the intervention, average of perceived susceptibility, severity, benefit and self-efficacy increased and average of perceived barrier decreased significantly in attend education group (P≤0/001), and in non-attend education group, awareness score and perceived susceptibility, benefit and self-efficacy increased and average of perceived barrier decreased significantly. Average of perceived susceptibility, barrier, self-efficacy, awareness, and mean of preventive behaviors of urinary infection between two groups were different significantly (P≤0/001).

Conclusion: Regarding to changes in health belief model constructs, knowledge and function in two groups after education, using booklets based on health belief model for pregnant women can be useful due to their problems of coming to the medical centers.

Keywords: Attend education, Health belief model, Non- attend education, Urinary tract infection, Pregnancy
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2016/02/07 | Accepted: 2016/02/07 | Published: 2016/02/07
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Noroozi F, Tahmasebi R, Noroozi A. The Effect of Education about Preventive Behaviors of Urinary Infection Based on Health Belief Model by Attending and Non- Attending Educational Programs in Pregnant Women. aumj. 2015; 4 (4) :237-247
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