Effectiveness of Video-assisted Teaching on Anxiety Related to Labor Process and Preparation for Labor Among the Primigravida Mothers Attending Antenatal OPD at GMCH-32 Chandigarh

Year : 2024 | Volume :02 | Issue : 01 | Page : 9-13
By

Bhola Himani

Kaur Ramandeep

Bhawna

Prakash Chetan

Sachdeva Divya

Khan Firoz

Garima

Randhawa Gulbagh

  1. Vice Principal Cum Lecturer Government Medical College & Hospital Chandigarh India
  2. Tutor Government Medical College & Hospital Chandigarh India
  3. Student Government Medical College & Hospital Chandigarh India
  4. Student Government Medical College & Hospital Chandigarh India
  5. Student Government Medical College & Hospital Chandigarh India
  6. Student Government Medical College & Hospital Chandigarh India
  7. Student Government Medical College & Hospital Chandigarh India
  8. Student Government Medical College & Hospital Chandigarh India

Abstract

Aims and background: A randomized control trial to assess the effectiveness of video-assisted teaching on anxiety related to labor process and preparation for labor among primigravida mothers attending antenatal OPD of GMCH-32, Chandigarh, was carried out in full compliance with ethical standards laid down by the Research and Ethical Committee of GMCH-32, Chandigarh. Method: A systematic random sampling technique was used to select 80 subjects, 40 each in control and experimental group, who were attending the antenatal OPD of GMCH-32, Chandigarh. Results: The study revealed that primigravida mothers of experimental group have lesser anxiety than primigravida mothers of control group. Conclusion: It is concluded that video-assisted teaching is an effective intervention for the reduction of anxiety among primigravida mother.

Keywords: Video assisted teaching, pregnancy, anxiety, labor process, primigravida mother, antenatal period, randomization

[This article belongs to International Journal of Midwifery Nursing And Practices(ijmnp)]

How to cite this article: Bhola Himani, Kaur Ramandeep, Bhawna, Prakash Chetan, Sachdeva Divya, Khan Firoz, Garima, Randhawa Gulbagh. Effectiveness of Video-assisted Teaching on Anxiety Related to Labor Process and Preparation for Labor Among the Primigravida Mothers Attending Antenatal OPD at GMCH-32 Chandigarh. International Journal of Midwifery Nursing And Practices. 2024; 02(01):9-13.
How to cite this URL: Bhola Himani, Kaur Ramandeep, Bhawna, Prakash Chetan, Sachdeva Divya, Khan Firoz, Garima, Randhawa Gulbagh. Effectiveness of Video-assisted Teaching on Anxiety Related to Labor Process and Preparation for Labor Among the Primigravida Mothers Attending Antenatal OPD at GMCH-32 Chandigarh. International Journal of Midwifery Nursing And Practices. 2024; 02(01):9-13. Available from: https://journals.stmjournals.com/ijmnp/article=2024/view=148284





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Volume 02
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Received February 11, 2024
Accepted March 30, 2024
Published April 5, 2024