Methods: The study utilized a quasi-experimental design, and used purposive sampling in selecting (30) participants for experimental group and another (30) for control group. The researchers conducted data through performing a pretest to the subjects before the experiment and then disseminating knowledge about Measles using of mobile phones and pamphlets in the course of five (5) days. After the experiment the post test was given again to differentiate the knowledge level of the subjects before and after the experiment. SPSS ver 21 was utilized in analyzing the data.
Results and Findings: Results showed based from testing difference of the pre-test and post-test of control group and experimental group from 5.70 (pre-test) to 6.77 (post-test) and 6.27(pre-test) to 7.43 (post-test), respectively, cognitive score of both group significantly increased with p<.05 result. On the other hand, testing difference of independent T test shows that score of experimental group (n=30, x=7.43) has no significant difference (t= - 1.775, p>.05) with the score of control group of (n=30, x=6.77).
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