Postgraduation Registration Detail

Research Registry No : PRID-00663_V2
 
Registration Date : 2020-09-18
 
Thesis Title : MALE INVOLVEMENT IN FAMILY PLANNING PRACTICE AMONG MARRIED MEN IN KYAUKPADAUNG TOWNSHIP, MANDALAY REGION, MYANMAR.
 
Author Name : Zaw Myo Myint
 
City : Bangkok
 
State/ Region : Bangkok
 
Field of Thesis : Public Health
 
Education Status : Master of Public Health (International Program, Mahidol University, Thailand)
 
Host Department Address : Basic Health Service Division,\r\nDepartment of Public Health, \r\nMinistry of Health and Sports,\r\nNaypyitaw, Myanmar\r\n
 
Supervisor's Name : Bangkok
 
Supervisor's Designation : Bangkok
 
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Year of Post Graduation : 2019
 
Name and Placement of University : Mahidol University
 
Academic Level : MSc
 
Thesis Notes for Specialty : MPH Thesis (Public Health)
 
Abstract : This cross sectional study aimed to determine the proportion and intention of the male involvement in family planning practice and associated factors among married men living in Kyaukpadaung township, Mandalay Region, Myanmar, by applying the Theory of Plan Behavior framework. The respondents were 388 married men age 18 years and above, living with their spouse/regular partner up to last six months, who were asked to attend face to face structured from 5th April to 25th April, 2019. Association between the variables was done by univariate and multiple regressions. The results showed that the 40.7% of married male were currently practicing family planning and condom was the method of choice. By following Theory of planned Behavior model, the variables such as, attitude, subjective norm and intention were significant associated with the male involvement in family planning with P-value < 0.05. The respondents with had positive attitude were 2.12 times more likely to use family planning than whose negative attitude. (P-value 0.024, ORAdj = 2.12, 95% CI = 1.13-2.87). Regarding with subjective norms, respondents with positive subjective norms were 2.11 times more likely to use family planning than those with negative subjective norm (P-value 0.011, ORAdj = 2.11, 95% CI = 1.25-3.25). Moreover, respondents who had good intention were 8.12 times more likely to use family planning than those with poor intention (P-value 0.001, ORAdj = 8.12, 95% CI = (4.71-13.82). \r\n\r\nKEY WORDS: FAMILY PLANNING /ATTITUDE / SUBJECTIVE NORM / PERCEIVED BEHAVIOUR CONTROL\r\n
 
IRB/PRC/ERC Approval Date : 2019-04-26
 
Placement of IRB/PRC/ERC : University of Public Health (Yangon)
 
IRB/PRC/ERC Approval Letter/PRC/Document : 25092020061824UPH-IRB(26.4.2019).pdf
 
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