Benefit of Educational Video on Parental Knowledge, Attitude and Practice About Middle Ear Infection in Children View Full Text


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2022-08-29

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Tejaswini Srivastava, Sathya Harinath

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The aim of the study was to determine the benefit of educational video on parental knowledge, attitude and practice about risk factors of middle ear infection in children. An educational video was developed in English with information on anatomy of the ear, signs and symptoms, risk factors, consequences, prevention, and management related to ear infections. A KAP (Knowledge, attitude and practice) questionnaire was also developed comprising of 33 questions. Parents were requested to fill the questionnaire online and after watching the educational video they were asked to fill the same questionnaire after 1 month. 61 parents responded to both pre questionnaire and post questionnaire. In knowledge domain, thirty five parents gave correct answers to more than sixty percent of questions in the pre questionnaire and fifty six parents gave correct answers to more than sixty percent of the question in the post questionnaire. In attitude domain, all sixty one parents gave correct answers to more than sixty percent of questions in the pre questionnaire. In practice domain, twenty six parents gave correct answers to more than sixty percent of questions in the pre questionnaire and forty nine parents gave correct answers to more than sixty percent of the question in the post questionnaire after watching the educational video. Using the test of proportion, there was statistically significant difference in scores in pre questionnaire and post questionnaire in knowledge and practice domain. In the present study, there was statistically significant improvement in parents overall knowledge and practice about middle ear infection after watching the educational video. More... »

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