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Awareness and health practices that contribute to the development of Urinary Tract Infection among Cordillera Career Development College employees.

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JANE CHAD-EN  B. BUSAING,
JULIE  A. LAYAO,
BRENDA T. MAYONA,
ARMANDO  F. OCAMPO IV,
LETICIA M. PAL-OTEN,
ROBEE JOY O. SINNAY,
Venice  W. Tuldague

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Abstract

This study aimed to determine the level of awareness and frequency of health practices that contribute to the development of urinary tract infection among Cordillera Career Development College employees. Specifically, it focused on health practices along hygiene and clothing, nutrition, and sexual activity. This study is a quantitative research that made use of descriptive design and utilized a structured questionnaire as tool in data-gathering. It was found that the respondents are much aware along hygiene and clothing, and nutrition but slightly aware on sexual activity. Respondents are also seldom practicing those health practices along hygiene and clothing, and nutrition but never practice those on sexual activities. No significant differences were noted on the level of awareness and frequency of health practices according to age, civil status, gender, and occupation. Based on the findings of the study, it is concluded that the respondents are much aware on the health practices along hygiene and clothing but slightly aware on sexual activity; respondents are seldom practicing those on hygiene and clothing, and nutritional health practices but they are not practicing sexual-related activities; regardless of age, civil status, gender and occupation, respondents have the same level of awareness and frequency of health practices.

Objectives

This study was conducted to determine the level of awareness and the frequency of health practices that contribute to the development of urinary tract infection among Cordillera Career Development College employees.


Specifically, it aimed to determine the:


1. Level of awareness on health practices that contribute to the development of urinary tract infection among CDC employees along hygiene and clothing, nutrition, and sexual activity


    1.1. Differences on the level awareness on health practices that contribute to the development of urinary tract infection according to age, civil status, gender, and occupation.


2. Frequency of health practices that contribute to the development of urinary tract infection along hygiene and clothing, nutrition, and sexual activity.


    2.1. Differences on the frequency of health practices that contribute to the development of urinary tract infection according to age, civil status, gender, and occupation.


 
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