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DOI: 10.18502/tbj.v17i6.491

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Shahid Sadoughi University of Medical Sciences , abedtofighyan@gmail.com
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Introduction: health physical, mental and social young couples with health family is related fertility of new slip. Participation in premarital education and counseling program, may couple's first encounter with the health care system. service perception and satisfaction, will play an important role continuation of health service utilization.
Methods:This quasi-experimental study,before and after the 230 couples attending pre-marriage counseling classes during June to December 2016 premarital counseling center was down.The questionnaire was made based on the objectives of the study was designed and its validity and reliability was approved.The questionnaire consisted of demographic information, knowledge,attitude in three areas of was set up in two stages,before and after intervention training program and completed.Collected data using parametric and nonparametric statistical tests and meaningful outlets α = 0/05 were analyzed.
Results:The average age of the couples studied,22/97 ± 4/77 years was.Knowledge couple before and after the educational intervention,respectively 6/33 ± 3/89 and 15/37 ± 3/84 was. Attitudes of couples before and after the intervention to the 65/94 ± 8/92 and 76/56 ± 9/92 was.Average score of knowledge and attitude before and after the intervention in the areas of reproductive health, hereditary diseases and blood-borne and sexually showed statistically significant differences. (P = 0/000)
Conclusion: According to the results of the study, it is necessary to increase the couple's health literacy about the topics (Blood and sexually transmitted diseases, reproductive health and hereditary diseases) headlines and take the time to do a more comprehensive programming classes.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: General
Received: 2016/08/24 | Accepted: 2016/10/9