The Influence of Family Planning Pocketbook on Cadres’ Knowledge and Skills in Changing the Couples Perceptions in Special Region of Yogyakarta
Keywords:Pocketbook, Family planning (KB), Knowledge, Skills, Cadres
BACKGROUND: The number of traditional contraceptive methods used in the National Health Insurance (JKN) era is increasing compared to the previous year. One of the contributing factors is the public’s negative perception due to the lack of information about modern family planning. Consequently, family planning cadres are needed to provide accurate information to change people’s negative perceptions of modern family planning. A guideline written in a pocketbook can help cadres provide accurate information.
AIM: This study was conducted to determine the effect of the family planning pocketbook on the knowledge and skills of cadres in changing the couple’s perception about family planning.
METHODS: The research design was pre-experimental with a one-group pre-test–post-test approach. The research population was 186 people who were the representatives of family planning cadres from Bantul and Yogyakarta city. The sampling technique was performed random sampling, and 90 cadres were selected. The data were analyzed using Mann–Whitney U-Test because the data not normal distributed.
RESULTS: The results demonstrated that the knowledge and skill cadres were higher after receiving the family planning pocketbook with p < 0.05. There is an effect of the pocketbook on family planning services in the JKN era on cadres’ knowledge about the family planning program.CONCLUSION: The family planning pocketbook affects cadre’s knowledge and skills in changing couples of childbearing age perceptions about family planning.
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