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Table 6 Percentage distribution of respondents ‘attitude towards ECP

From: Knowledge, attitude and practice of emergency contraceptive pills among community pharmacy practitioners working in Kathmandu Valley: a cross-sectional study

S.N Attitude Variables Percentage distribution of respondents attitude towards ECP
Strongly Agree
n (%)
Agree
n (%)
Neutral
n (%)
Disagree
n (%)
Strongly Disagree
n (%)
1 ECPs are safe to use 21 (9.3) 100 (44.1) 57 (25.1) 44 (19.4) 5 (2.2)
2 Adolescents (Teenagers) should be given an easy access to ECPs 0 58 (25.6) 58 (25.6) 103 (45.4) 8 (3.5)
3 Do you recommend ECPs use? 4 (1.8) 73 (32.2) 73 (32.2) 64 (28.2) 13 (5.7)
4 Government of all countries should legalize ECPs 16 (7.0) 67 (29.5) 76 (33.5) 63 (27.8) 5 (2.2)
5 All sexually active women should be aware of ECP 64 (28.2) 144 (63.4) 10 (4.4) 9 (4.0) 0
6 Routine information about ECP should be included in contraceptive counseling 64 (28.2) 135 (59.5) 22 (9.7) 6 (2.6) 0
7 Information of ECP should be included in sex education in school 79 (34.8) 135 (59.5) 10 (4.4) 2 (0.9) 1 (0.4)
8 Formal training is needed to enable the dispensers to appropriately dispense ECPs 54 (23.8) 142 (62.6) 22 (9.7) 8 (3.5) 1 (0.4)
9 ECP without prescription will promote unsafe sex 32 (14.1) 116 (51.1) 38 (16.7) 37 (16.3) 4 (1.8)
Summary   
Attitude towards ECP (Mean Score) Number %
Negative Attitude (> 3) 15 6.6
Positive Attitude (≤3) 212 93.4
Total 227 100.0