BARRIER TO PARENTS-ADOLESCENT COMMUNICATION ON SEXUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH TO PREVENT PREMARITAL SEXUAL BEHAVIOUR: A QUALITATIVE SISTEMATIC REVIEW

Authors

  • Putri Eka Sejati Fakultas Keperawatan dan Kebidanan, Institut Ilmu Kesehatan STRADA Indonesia
  • Riza Tsalatsatul Mufida Fakultas Keperawatan dan Kebidanan Institut Ilmu Kesehatan STRADA Indonesia
  • Anggrawati Wulandari Fakultas Keperawatan dan Kebidanan, Institut Ilmu Kesehatan STRADA Indonesia

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.30994/jqwh.v7i1.238

Keywords:

Communication parents-adolescents, Prematial Sex, Qualitative Study, Sex Education

Abstract

Adolescence is a crucial period that will be faced with several problems, one of which is sexuality, namely premarital sex which can affect adolescent pregnancy, sexually transmitted infections, HIV and abortion. Adolescents need information about their sexual health primarily from their parents. Previous studies have shown that some sexual problems in adolescents are caused by communication failures between parents and adolescents regarding condom use, puberty, SITs, physical development, etc.This study used A Qualitative systematic review on 6 qualitative articles between 2017 to 2021, Heading Sex Education "AND" Parent communication "AND" Qualitative. Critical appraisal is carried out using standard criteria and synthesized using the meta-ethnography method.

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Published

2024-03-25

How to Cite

Putri Eka Sejati, Riza Tsalatsatul Mufida, & Anggrawati Wulandari. (2024). BARRIER TO PARENTS-ADOLESCENT COMMUNICATION ON SEXUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH TO PREVENT PREMARITAL SEXUAL BEHAVIOUR: A QUALITATIVE SISTEMATIC REVIEW. Journal for Quality in Women’s Health, 7(1), 28–36. https://doi.org/10.30994/jqwh.v7i1.238

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