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The Knowledge, Attitude and Perception regarding Covid-19 Vaccination among Mothers


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1 Little Lourdes College of Nursing Kidangoor P O Kottayam Kerala Pin – 686572, India
2 Little Lourdes College of Nursing Kidangoor P O Kottayam Kerala Pin – 686572., India
     

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Background - A research study was conducted on knowledge, attitude and perception of mothers regarding civd19 vaccination from selected areas of Kottayam district, Kerala. A non experimental descriptive. Research design - Research design was used in this study. Sixty mothers between the age group of forty-five years to sixty years were selected using convenient sampling technique. A pilot study was conducted and feasibility of the study was established. Data collection - Data collection for the main study was carried out after acquiring formal approval concerned authority. The tool - The tool used for the process of data collection was knowledge questionnaire, attitude scale and perception questionnaire. The final data was tabulated and analyzed based on the objectives of the study, using both descriptive and inferential statistics. Result - The result shows that 86.70% had good level of knowledge, 50% had good level of attitude and 66.75% of subjects had good level of perception towards covid19 vaccination. Ages of mothers were associated with knowledge at 0.05 level significance. There is a correlation between knowledge, attitude and perception at 0.05 level of significance.

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Covid-19, Covid-19 vaccination, Mothers, Knoweldge, Attitude, Perception.
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Sr. Joseena
Little Lourdes College of Nursing Kidangoor P O Kottayam Kerala Pin – 686572, India
Sisamma Sebastian
Little Lourdes College of Nursing Kidangoor P O Kottayam Kerala Pin – 686572, India
K. B. Akhila
Little Lourdes College of Nursing Kidangoor P O Kottayam Kerala Pin – 686572, India
Akshaya Sabu
Little Lourdes College of Nursing Kidangoor P O Kottayam Kerala Pin – 686572, India
Amitha Alexander
Little Lourdes College of Nursing Kidangoor P O Kottayam Kerala Pin – 686572, India
Anju Antony
Little Lourdes College of Nursing Kidangoor P O Kottayam Kerala Pin – 686572, India
Aparna Sibi
Little Lourdes College of Nursing Kidangoor P O Kottayam Kerala Pin – 686572, India
Jincy Siby
Little Lourdes College of Nursing Kidangoor P O Kottayam Kerala Pin – 686572, India
Mariya Mathew
Little Lourdes College of Nursing Kidangoor P O Kottayam Kerala Pin – 686572, India
Sr. Rigi Shaju
Little Lourdes College of Nursing Kidangoor P O Kottayam Kerala Pin – 686572, India
Riya Biju
Little Lourdes College of Nursing Kidangoor P O Kottayam Kerala Pin – 686572., India
Sreekutty Sabu
Little Lourdes College of Nursing Kidangoor P O Kottayam Kerala Pin – 686572, India

Abstract


Background - A research study was conducted on knowledge, attitude and perception of mothers regarding civd19 vaccination from selected areas of Kottayam district, Kerala. A non experimental descriptive. Research design - Research design was used in this study. Sixty mothers between the age group of forty-five years to sixty years were selected using convenient sampling technique. A pilot study was conducted and feasibility of the study was established. Data collection - Data collection for the main study was carried out after acquiring formal approval concerned authority. The tool - The tool used for the process of data collection was knowledge questionnaire, attitude scale and perception questionnaire. The final data was tabulated and analyzed based on the objectives of the study, using both descriptive and inferential statistics. Result - The result shows that 86.70% had good level of knowledge, 50% had good level of attitude and 66.75% of subjects had good level of perception towards covid19 vaccination. Ages of mothers were associated with knowledge at 0.05 level significance. There is a correlation between knowledge, attitude and perception at 0.05 level of significance.

Keywords


Covid-19, Covid-19 vaccination, Mothers, Knoweldge, Attitude, Perception.

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