Altındağ İlçesinde Şartlı Sağlık Yardımı Alan Kadınların ve Hanehalklarının Sosyodemografik ve Sağlık Düzey Profilleri
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In this study, 400 out of 2327 women who received Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT) in Altındağ district were randomly selected to evaluate their sociodemographic and health characteristics and 37-question survey applied by phonecalls. SPSS 23 and WhoAnthroPlus programs were used for data analysis. In the research, 52.0% of children under the age of 18 in households receive CCT. Participants mostly stated the source where they learned about CCT as “neighbor/friend”. In households where the participants are the head of household (n꓿72) mothers are more likely to think that they have sufficient knowledge for their childrens’ healthy growth compared to participants non-head of households (n꓿328). Weight-for-age z-score of 13% of the youngest children, whose weight (n꓿271) and height (n꓿91) information was obtained was moderately or severely underweight, and height-for-age z-score of 24.2% was moderately or severely stunted. The mean birth weight of the youngest children who receive CCT transfer is 3110 g. 91.5% of the mothers who evaluated their own health as good or very good also evaluated the health of their children as good or very good (p <0.001). 54.7% of the participants stated that the first institution they applied to was a family health center when they got sick, and 95.5% were satisfied with their family physician. It was found that those who had difficulties when they went to their family physician had a significantly higher frequency of experiencing health problems in their last pregnancy than those who did not (p <0.05). This result shows the importance of primary health care services. Maternal health should be supported to improve the health of children.
xmlui.dri2xhtml.METS-1.0.item-citationAtılmış D., (2020) Altındağ İlçesinde Şartlı Sağlık Yardımı Alan Kadınların ve Hanehalklarının Sosyodemografik ve Sağlık Düzey Profilleri
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