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Group 3 Bollenbach, Lorelei Anne Oñas, Eureyvian Tamba, Aurea Clarissa Yumul, Justin
2011) Five Panels of Testing .NEWBORN SCREENING • Newborn screening identifies conditions that can affect a child's long-term health or survival. 2011) • Is a public health program aimed at the early identification of infants who are affected by certain genetic/metabolic/infectious conditions. (DOH. (CDC.
mortality and associated disabilities.BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Several decades the genetic blood screening of newborns to detect inborn errors of metabolism has been recognized as a valuable component of neonatal care in many developed countries around the world . 2005) .The early detection of these disorders has proven an effective means by which interventions can be implemented to significantly reduce morbidity. (Genomics.
2002) Indirect factors • Maternal conditions (Health and the National Institutes of Health. 2002) • Lack or inadequate quality health care (Health and the National Institutes of Health. The almost 8. 2011) . (WHO. 2002) • Poverty (Ona.BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Newborn’s chances for survival and health have several factors Four infants out of a thousand live births in the Philippines die before they reach their first month of life.000 newborn deaths account for more than 30% of all infant deaths in the first year.
OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY • Describe the extent knowledge of mothers in Angeles City towards newborn screening Determine the different sources on the knowledge of mothers towards newborn screening • Describe the attitudes of mothers in Angeles City towards newborn screening • Describe the percentage of the mothers in Angeles City who let their infants undergo newborn screening • To determine the significant relationship between the following factors to the percentage of those who are not or do avail newborn screening. .
Is there a significant difference between the percentage of mothers who let their infants undergo screening and the percentage of mothers who gave birth as of 2011? . How may the mothers’ knowledge on Newborn Screening be described 2. What are the sources of the mother’s knowledge about newborn screening? 3. What are the factors that affect the decisions of mothers in letting the infants undergo newborn screening? 5.STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM 1. What is the percentage of mothers who are willing to let their infants undergo newborn screening? 4.
• It provides the opportunity for early treatment of diseases that are diagnosed before symptoms appear To the Newborn screening Institution To the concerned departments especially in the medical field To the mothers To future researchers .SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY • To give all newborns a chance to live a normal life.
CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK INPUT Literature review Respondents demographics Questionnaires filled out by respondents PROCESS OUTPUT Knowledge. Attitude and Practices of mothers concerning newborn screening Statistical Analysis .
• It will tackle about the different factors that affect the practices of mothers • This study will be conducted at Angeles City. The respondents will be randomly selected and will all be mothers who had given birth within the age of 15 – 45 years old. • The type of research that will be used is descriptive study.SCOPE AND DELIMITATIONS • The study will focus on the knowledge. . attitude and practices of mothers towards newborn screening.
g. we can assume that she is not informed about newborn screening.LIMITATIONS • Honesty of the respondents in answering the questionnaire will be beyond our control. • Names of the mothers will be kept secret and will be represented by numbers of confidentiality. If the mother gave birth in a home setting (e. midwives).. ASSUMPTIONS If the mother gave birth in the hospital. . we can assume that she is informed about newborn screening.
• • • • • • • Price Religion Availability Promotion Age Educational attainment • • There is no significant difference between the percentages of mothers in Angeles City who let their infants undergo screening from the mothers who gave birth in 2011. There is no significant relationship between the following factors and the practice of Newborn Screening. There is no significant difference between the mothers who are willing to let their infants undergo newborn screening from those who are not willing. .NULL HYPOTHESES • There is no significant difference between the percentage of mothers who are knowledgeable about Newborn screening and the percentage of mothers who are knowledgeable about newborn screening.
The degree of knowledge of mothers about newborn screening. NSC – CL. Mothers allowing or not allowing their children to undergo newborn screening. • • • • • • DISEASE. The age of mothers who are giving birth in Angeles City. Newborn screening. The knowledge of mothers about the different diseases screened in newborn screening. • • • AVAILABILITY. The mindfulness of mothers towards newborn screening in Angeles City. PRACTICES. MOTHER. EDUCATION. The obtainability of newborn screening in Angeles City. An individual with a living partner or those who are married in Angeles City. Newborn Screening Central Luzon found in Angeles City.DEFINITION OF TERMS • AGE. The demographic information about the newborns in Angeles City. AWARENESS. . NBS. CHILDBIRTH.
Survey – research instrument. .RESEARCH METHOD • Descriptive Research Design Quantitative data gathering. Its function will be to determine. interpret and analyze the collected data. record. describe. No manipulation of variables.
826 child – bearing (Census.THE RESPONDENTS • Mothers in Angeles City • 15 – 45 years of age • Number of respondents: 386 Research Locale • In ANGELES CITY • 267. 2000) • 73.788 persons (Census. 2000) .
RESEARCH INSTRUMENT • Three – part Questionnaire Knowledge (Yes or no question) Attitude (Agree or Disagree question) Practices (Yes or no question) Degree willingness Degree for the factors affecting the decision of mothers .
INTERPRETATION OF DATA • Interpretation of data • Frequency distribution • Percentage distribution • Pearson’s equation • Mean .
RESEARCH PROCEDURE Approval of the proposed study Interpretation of Data Verification of Data Revision and validation of the questionnaires Data Analysis Conclusion of the Study Data Collection in Angeles Data Collection in Angeles City City Organization of Data Making of Summary .
DATA TABULATION AND ANALYSIS 1. Correlational Factors o Pearson’s equation . Organization of Data o Frequency distribution o Percentage distribution 2. Sample Size 3.