Objectives: To assess the knowledge of selected high risk conditions among pregnant women. Methods: The study was conducted in shevapet maternity centre, salem. A quantitative evaluative approach and quasi experimental design (one group pre test and post test) was adopted. 50 pregnant women selected by convenient sampling method. Structured interview schedule was used to assess the knowledge. After the pre test structured teaching programme was administered and post test was carried out on 7th day. Results: The study revealed that in pre test 12% of pregnant women had inadequate knowledge and 88% had moderately adequate knowledge. Whereas in post test 22% had moderately adequate knowledge and 78% had adequate knowledge. Conclusion: The overall findings of the study inferred that the structured teaching programme on selected high risk conditions among pregnant women was effective.
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Usha Rani. R. Effectiveness of Structured Teaching Programme on, Knowledge of Selected High Risk Conditions among Pregnant Women in Selected Maternity Center, Salem “Pregnancy Is Special Let Us Make it safe”. Int. J. of Advances in Nur. Management. 2019; 7(2):107-108. doi: 10.5958/2454-2652.2019.00027.1