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DOI: 10.14704/nq.2022.20.8.NQ44506

The Relationship between Subjective Norms and Confidence for Early Detection of Cervical Cancer with Visual Inspection Acetic Acid Technique

Sri Utami, Esti Yunitasari, Thasa Azzahra

Abstract

Background: Attitudes that affect the views of an individual will have an impact on the intention to perform a behavior. The more subjective norms support a person's behavior to carry out early detection of cervical cancer with the Visual Inspection Acetic Acid (VIA) technique, the more confident someone is to carry out a VIA examination. Objective: This considers points to look at the relationship between subjective standards and certainty for early discovery of cervical cancer with the Visual Assessment Acetic Acid technique. Methods: Correlational descriptive investigation design using a cross-sectional approach with a purposive sampling technique. The study was conducted in Rejosari Health Center Pekanbaru with a sample of 60 respondents. The instrument utilized was a survey that has been tried for legitimacy and reliability. The examination utilized is the univariate and bivariate examination Results: The results of this study indicate that 38 respondents have high subjective norms with high confidence (63.3%), 2 respondents have low subjective norms with high confidence (3.3%), and 20 respondents have low subjective norms with low confidence (33.3%). Statistical test results obtained p-value = 0,000 < = 0.05. Conclusion: There's a relationship between subjective standards and the certainty of early location of cervical cancer utilizing the VIA technique in ladies of childbearing age. This think is prescribed to impact the behavior of moms, in the early discovery of cervical cancer with the VIA technique

Keywords

cervical cancer, confidence, subjective norm, VIA

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