Students’ Attitudes at Amman Arab University towards the Pre-Marital Medical Examination and Its Role in Reducing Disability from Their Point of View

  •  Ahmad Khazaleh    
  •  Tayel Abdel Hafez Hwaidi    
  •  Mo’en Salman Alnasraween    
  •  Heyam Al-Taj    


The purpose of this study is to identify the attitudes of the students of Amman Arab University toward pre-marital medical examination; it also aims to identify the role of premarital examination in reducing the appearance of disabilities. This study used the descriptive method; the sample of the study consisted of 200 undergraduate and master’s students at Amman Arab University from the different faculties and academic years for the year (2017-2018). The researchers used a questionnaire; it consisted in its final form of 24 items. The results of the study showed that the mean of the total score of the role of the medical examination from the point of view of young people came to a high level; results also showed that there are no differences due to the gender of the student or the type of college.

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