The effect of reproductive health education with multimedia video learning on the improvement of fluor albus prevention behavior young woman pathologist
Keywords:attitude, behavior/action, knowledge, multimedia video learning, reproductive health education
Health education for adolescents is achieved properly, it requires effective and interactive media so that young women can easily understand and absorb the information provided properly. The population in this study were teenage girls in class XI Pesantren Al-Junaidiyah Biru, Pesantren Al-Ikhlas Ujung Bone and Islamic Boarding School Darussalam Pajalele Bone. Based on the determination of the number of samples, the sample in this study amounted to 18 respondents, in anticipation of dropping out of respondents from the study, the researchers set 20% so that the number of respondents was 22 respondents in each group (Using 1:1:1) so the sample in this study amounted to 66 people with purposive sampling technique. The results showed that there was an effect of reproductive health education with multimedia video learning on increasing knowledge of pathological fluor albus prevention in adolescent girls. The results showed that there was an effect of reproductive health education with multimedia video learning on improving the attitude of preventing pathological fluor albus (leucorrhoea) in adolescent girls. The results of the study indicate that there is an effect of reproductive health education with multimedia video learning on the improvement of behavior/prevention of pathological fluor albus (leucorrhoea) in adolescent girls.
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