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Along with complications such as this, it is not surprising that surrogacy has many moral concerns as well. The first example of surrogacy can be traced back to the time of Abraham as recorded in the Bible. This is where Sarah, Abraham’s wife decided that Abraham should impregnate their servant, Hagar so that Sarah may have a child. This sort of surrogacy can be seen and criticized as adultery. However, because of the advancements of technology, this type of surrogacy is no more needed, and babies can be created in test tubes and Petri dishes. Now, the thought of this scientific procedure in creating life may conjure up ideas of science-fiction or even horror movies to mind. Also bringing up the fear that the woman you entrust to bear your child is a complete stranger whom you really know nothing of. The thought of surrogacy has many ethical issues coming from left and right.
It is true that scientists now have the technology to create life, many people see this as unethical because it is “playing God”. However, there are many deserving couples out there who would like to be parents, yet do not have the reproductive capabilities to do so. Yes, they could consider adopting, however most – if not all – couples would like a child who they can say has their eyes, smile, etc. Sharing the same genetic make-up with their child tightens their bond. Some scientists refer to surrogacy similar to organ donation, though it is more of organ borrowing; where one woman assists another woman through scientific and medical means. It can be seen as simple as that, yet morals, beliefs and religion make the matter a bit more complicated.Need custom paper on Nursing? We Deliver Top Quality On Time As Promised!
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The research methodology includes the research approach, design, variables, setting of the study, population, sample, description of the instruments, validity and reliability of the tool, data collection procedure and data analysis.Research approach
In this study Experimental approach was adopted.Research design
The research design was quasi-experimental and one group pre-test post-test in nature.
X = Audio teaching programmeIndependent variable
In this present study audio teaching programme is the independent variable.Dependent variable
In this present study knowledge and attitude on reproductive health is dependent variable.Setting of the study
Study was conducted in All India association of Blind school hostel in Sundarajam Patti and C.S.I girl's Blind hostel (Oliyagam) at Madurai.
All India association of Blind school hostel
It is 14 kilometers away from C.S.I Jeyaraj Annapackiam College of nursing, Madurai. The school has a total of 60 visually challenged women are staying in the hostel. Among them 40 visually challenged women within the age group of 15 - 23 yrs were included and remaining of 20 visually challenged girls were below 14 yrs.
C.S.I. girl's Blind hostel (Oliyagam)
It is 10 kilometers away from C.S.I. Jeyaraj Annapackiam College of nursing, Madurai. The hostel has a total of 40 students are staying in the hostel. Among them 30 visually challenged women were within 15-23yrs of age were included and remaining of 10 visually challenged girls were below 14 yrs.Population
The target population for the study was all the visually challenged women at Madurai, the accessible population was the visually challenged women with in the age group of 15-23 yrs in All India association of Blind school hostel and C.S.I. girl's Blind hostel (Oliyagam) at Madurai. Who met the inclusion criteria were included for the study.Sample and sample size
The sample size was 70 visually challenged women, In that 40 visually challenged women were from All India association of Blind school hostel and 30 visually challenged women were from C.S.I. girl's Blind hostel (Oliyagam) at Madurai.Sampling technique
The sampling method used was non probability purposive sampling technique.Criteria for sample selection
The study was conducted based on the following criteria regarding the selection of samples.Inclusion criteria
Visually challenged women who were,
age group of 15-23yrs
willing to participate in the study
able to communicate in TamilExclusion criteria
Visually challenged women who were,
with hearing impairment as reported by them
refused to participate in the study
not available during the time of data collectionDevelopment of audio teaching programme
The researcher prepared the audio teaching programme after an expansive literature review. The content of audio teaching programme regarding reproductive health includes anatomy and physiology of reproductive tract, menstrual hygiene, sexual behavior & sex education, sexually transmitted disease and contraceptive devices respectively. The audio visual aids CD player and audio CD were used for explaining the content regarding reproductive health. The time taken for audio teaching program was 40 Mts.Development of the tool
The instrument was developed by the investigator with the help of various resources and review of literatures. The questionnaire was prepared to assess the knowledge and attitude among visually challenged women regarding reproductive health. Structured interview questionnaire is the most convenient method. The questionnaire was administered through interview technique. This approach has the obvious advantages of maximizing the number of completed questions. The tool consists of three parts.Description of the tool
Part I - Demographic data
Selected variables were age, religion, educational status, area of living, type of blindness, age at attained menarche and source of information.
Part II - Structured interview questionnaire for assessing knowledge
It consists of 25 items, in 5 aspects of reproductive health such as anatomy and physiology of reproductive tract, menstrual hygiene, sexual behavior & sex education, sexually transmitted disease and contraceptive devices respectively. Each aspect consists of 5 multiple choice questions. The total score was 25. Each question consists of four responses, with one best response. A score of one was given for the best response and score zero was given for the wrong response. For the purposes of study, the level of knowledge was classified in to 3 levels,
<50% - Inadequate knowledge
51% to 75% - Moderately adequate knowledge
> 76% - Adequate knowledge
Part III - Structured interview 3 point likert scale for assessing attitude
It includes statement on attitude regarding reproductive health such as reproductive health, anatomy and physiology of reproductive tract, menstrual hygiene, sexual behavior & sex education, sexually transmitted disease and contraceptive devices respectively. Each aspect consists of 5 statements, totally 25 statements among which 20 were positive statements and 5 were negative statements with 3 point likert scale such as "agree", "uncertain" and "disagree". For positive statement agree was given the score "two" and uncertain was given the score "one", "zero" for disagree. The reverse score was given to negative statements.
<50% - Negative attitude
51% to 75% - Neutral attitude
> 76% - Positive attitudeValidity and Reliability of the tool
The tool was validated for content by 4 nursing experts, including 1 medical professional and 1 Biostatistician. Comments and suggestions were invited and appropriate modifications were made accordingly. The tool was refined and finalized, after establishing the validity. The tool was translated to Tamil with expert guidance and retranslated to English thereby language validity was established. The reliability of the tool was established by test retest method. The interview questionnaire was administered to 10 visually challenged women two times, at an interval of 5 days. Reliability was computed by using Karl Pearson's co-relation coefficient method and it was found to be reliable (r= 0.88).Validity of the audio teaching programme
The content of audio teaching programme was evaluated by experts for the appropriateness, adequacy, organization of content and language.Pilot study
The pilot study is a miniature of actual main study. Purpose of the pilot study was to find out feasibility of conducting the study and decide the plan for statistical analysis. It was conducted among 7 visually challenged women were selected by non probability purposive sampling technique, the visually challenged women were selected from the Agalvizhi blind hostel at Madurai. Pretest was conducted by use of structure interview knowledge questionnaire and 3 point likert scale for attitude, followed by audio teaching programme on reproductive health was administered to the visually challenged women by using audio CD player without much difficulty. After 7days post test was conducted with the same questionnaire. The time taken to complete the tool was formed to be satisfactory in term of simplicity and clarity. Based on the time of the data collection, arbitrary decision was taken to keep the sample size to 70. No change was made in the tool after pilot study as the tool was found reliable.Data collection procedure
Data collection is the gathering of information needed to address the research problem. The study was done for the specified period of 6 weeks, with permission from administrator of All India association of Blind school hostel and Incharge person of C.S.I Girl's Blind hostel (Oliyagam), at Madurai. 70 visually challenged women who fulfilled the inclusion criteria were selected by purposive sampling of which 40 from All India association of Blind school hostel in Sundarajam Patti and 30 from C.S.I girl's Blind hostel (Oliyagam) at Madurai. Confidentiality was ensured. The purpose of the study was explained and the informed consent was obtained from the visually challenged women.
The investigator conducted pre-test by interviewing the samples to collect information on demographic factors, knowledge and attitude. The average time taken to collect information from one subject was 25-30 minutes. Samples were divided into 7 groups with each 10 visually challenged women for the convenience of both investigator and the participant to ensure the effectiveness of audio teaching by avoiding unwanted distractions and to pay close observation towards participants for their active listening. Audio teaching programme on reproductive health was given through audio CD and preliminary instruction about how to raise doubts during teaching was provided prior to teaching. Students doubts regarding anatomy and physiology of female reproductive system was cleared by using model which they can learn through tactile perception. 7 days after audio teaching post test was conducted through interview method and CD of the same has been given to the entire participant for future references.Plan for data analysis
Data analysis is the systematic organization and synthesis of research data and testing of the research hypothesis using the data. The data collected from subjects were compiled and analyzed using descriptive and inferential statistics.Protection of human rights
Research proposal was approved by the dissertation committee prior to the pilot study and main study. Permission was sought from the head of the maternity nursing department of C.S.I Jeyaraj Annapackiam College of nursing, Madurai and get concern from visually challenged women and their Incharge authorities before starting the data collection.
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