Yrene Edelmira Martinez Sánchez, Rossana Teresa Veramendi Vernazza, Carlos Alberto Pérez García
It is a reality that adolescent mothers may have a higher incidence of morbidity during pregnancy, they may have abortion problems, urinary tract infections, pregnancy-induced hypertension, premature births, hemorrhages, maternal malnutrition, increased cesarean sections, cephalo-pelvic incompatibility, endometritis, children with low birth weight, among other problems in which their self-esteem is affected. approached with feelings of guilt; Faced with this problem, it is necessary for the authorities and health officials to carry out a management according to the needs that arise at this stage of life, encouraging, educating, promoting services and implementing strategies with multisectoral organizations to reduce this public health problem. For this reason, the objective of this research is to determine whether there is an impact of public management in the promotion of sexual health and prevention of adolescent pregnancy, so that the results obtained serve for future actions towards a possible solution to the problem presented. Thus, the study was carried out in a public institution in Lambayeque in 2023 on a sample of 74 pregnant adolescents that was determined by non-probability and convenience sampling. A quantitative, cross-sectional approach was given, the research design was non-experimental and causal correlational. To collect the data, three questionnaires were used, one for each study variable: public management, promotion of sexual health and prevention of adolescent pregnancy, and they were duly validated by expert judgment, their reliability was determined by Cronbach’s alpha coefficient with a pilot test of 30 pregnant adolescents. The statistical analysis of the data was the multivariate analysis of nonlinear canonical correlation and ordinal logistic regression, concluding that with a maximum adjustment of 55.7 % it is explained that there is a significant incidence of public management in the promotion of sexual health and the prevention of adolescent pregnancy.
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