Relationship between Demographic Factors, Knowledge, and Injection Contraceptive Acceptors’ Visit Compliance

BACKGROUND: The population of Indonesia continues to increase every year. Family planning is an effort to create a guaranteed or qualified family by regulating the number of children, birth spacing, and the age of delivered women, allowing pregnancy to occur to create a healthy and prosperous Indone...

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Main Authors: Anas Muhammad
Oktaviana Khofifah Dwi
Prasetya Era Catur
Umami Afriza
Format: Article
Published: 2022
Series:OPEN ACCESS MACEDONIAN JOURNAL OF MEDICAL SCIENCES 10 No. B
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doi:10.3889/oamjms.2022.9531

mtmt:33187063
Online Access:http://publicatio.bibl.u-szeged.hu/25367
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Summary:BACKGROUND: The population of Indonesia continues to increase every year. Family planning is an effort to create a guaranteed or qualified family by regulating the number of children, birth spacing, and the age of delivered women, allowing pregnancy to occur to create a healthy and prosperous Indonesia. The total fertility rate (TFR) in 2017 was 2.4, but to create a qualified family and a balanced population, the TFR must be based on a decrease in 2020–2021.AIM: The aim of the study was to analyze the relationship between ages, education, knowledge, work status, and support from husbands with injection contraceptive acceptors.METHOD: This study used the analytical observational cross-sectional design. The sampling technique was non-random purposive sampling, with a sample size of 96 people; a questionnaire was used to collect data and data were analyzed using the Chi-squared test with IBM SPSS Statistics 21.RESULTS: The percentage of respondents who were injection contraceptive acceptors was 57.3%. The results showed that the variables associated with injection visit compliance were age (p = 0.022), knowledge (p = 0.005), and work status (p = 0.017). Meanwhile, the variables not related to compliance with injection visits were education (p = 0.172), husband’s support (p = 0.833), number of children (p = 0.167), and house distance (p = 0.054).CONCLUSION: The factor that most influenced acceptors’ compliance with injection visits was knowledge of contraception.
Physical Description:2044-2051
ISSN:1857-9655