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Evaluation of Pregnant Women‘s Satisfaction with Antenatal Care Services Provided in Barakat Health Center, Gezira State, Sudan, 2016

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dc.contributor.author Ahmed, Nazek Taha Omer
dc.date.accessioned 2018-07-09T09:47:13Z
dc.date.available 2018-07-09T09:47:13Z
dc.date.issued 2017-03
dc.identifier.uri http://repo.uofg.edu.sd/handle/123456789/581
dc.description A DissertationSubmitted to the university of Gezira in partial fulfillment of the Requirements for the Award of the Degree of Master of scienceIn Family MedicineDepartment of Family and Community Medicine Faculty of Medicine March 2017 en_US
dc.description.abstract A maternal health consider as an important component of the primary health care and care of women in all steps of her life . important component of maternal health was save maternity or antenatal care or close care of women during pregnancy , delivery , periprum , and family planning services. and for importance of this services (ANC) on primary health care level need to evaluation to know the points of strings and support it ,and point of weakness to deal with it .and to know satisfaction of pregnant women to word ANC services on PHCC . Satisfied patients made deep and long lasting relationship with services and it is provider that lead to continuity of care , and ultimately better outcome , and also help provider to address system weakness and improved health services based on customer satisfaction . The aim of study is to evaluate pregnant women satisfaction level with different aspects of antenatal care services provided on Barakat health center. A cross sectional facility based study . the study sample is random sample of 100 pregnant women who attended to health center seeking health services during the period of data collection . the data collecting use structured pretested WHO questionnaire through trained health worker . the questionnaire containing 43 questions addressed into 3components : socio demographic component(age , education , amployee ..). Obestitric components (number of pregnancy , alive and dead bab...). General satisfaction with deffrent ANC services.Data analysed with statistical packe of social seince (SPSS) version 20.The applied tests were the mean and p (0.04) level which used as a cutoff point of significance. The result shows that over all pregnant women satisfaction was 95% , and the mean pregnant women satisfaction for each services individually was 90% , most of the pregnant women at age between 25-34 years (40%) . there was significant assosciation between satisfaction and socio demographic data as education p (0.04) where less educated women more satisfied (100%) than more graduated women . the highest satisfaction scores were for assissablity to center 96% , health provider performace 90% , health education 90% , breast feeding benefit 92% , meeting time 89% .The main points of dissatisfaction were waiting seats 56% dissatisfied , toilets not enough 69% , toilets cleaning 38% not satisfied , the price of meeting 21% dissatisfied , lab 31% and 26% pharmacy price dissatisfaction , investigations 74%dissatisfied with blood glucose testing , 40% with blood grouping.he over all pregnant women satisfaction level was high . most of pregnant women at age 25-34 years , the highest satisfaction score was for assisablity , health provider performance , health education , brest feeding benefits and meeting time. Highest level of satisfaction on less educated women , some aspect of services shows some degree of dissatisfaction and need more concern and intervention . the main point of dissatisfaction shortage of waitig seats toilets avalablity and cleaning , price of services , and some investigation . en_US
dc.description.sponsorship Samira Hamid Abdelrah Main supervisor Osman Hamid Abdelhamid ( Co - supervisor) en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.subject A maternal health en_US
dc.subject evaluate pregnant women en_US
dc.title Evaluation of Pregnant Women‘s Satisfaction with Antenatal Care Services Provided in Barakat Health Center, Gezira State, Sudan, 2016 en_US
dc.type Thesis en_US

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