An interventional study was conducted to promote the labour outcome by adopting Bradley method. Quasi experimental one group post test design was used to conduct the study. Seven antenatal women and their husbands were selected conveniently as samples. Bradley method was imparted to couples under five sessions during last weeks of antenatal period. Modified Alice Chacko Coping Response Scale (Esther John, 2009) and modified Esther John Opinionnaire were administered to obtain the data. Descriptive statistical analysis was used. Most of the antenatal women were shown high coping ability during labour (86%) and high level of satisfaction on child birth experience (57%). Hence, it can be concluded that Bradley method is found to be effective in promoting labour outcome.
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J. Roseline Sharmila. Effect of Bradley Method on Labour Outcome among Pregnant Women at Selected Hospital, Coimbatore.. Asian J. Nur. Edu. and Research 2(3): July-Sept. 2012; Page 109-112.