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Volume 6 Issue 2
A Study to Assess the Effectiveness of Planned Teaching Programme on Knowledge Regarding Selected Cardiac Emergencies among the Staff Nurses Working in the Selected Hospitals of Banaskantha District, Gujarat
|Rishabh Upadhyay, Makwana Nikhil Kumar, Chaudhary Mamtaben, Chaudhary Radhikaben, Prajapati Lataben, Pandya Arunaben, Makwana Sonalben, Begadiya Shilpaben, Parmar Kalpeshbhai
|Background: Cardiovascular diseases exert a huge burden on individuals and society, with coronary heart disease the single most common cause of death in the United Kingdom and other developed countries. Death rates from coronary heart disease have been falling over recent decades, mostly because of reductions in important risk factors, especially smoking. About two-fifths of the reduction in deaths resulted from improvements in medical care.
Methods: This study included the Quantitative research approach, pre-experimental one-group pre–test post-test research design. 80 Staff Nurses were selected by using the Non-probability Convenient Sampling technique. On the first day pre-test was done by using the Self-administered questionnaire, Explaining cardiac emergencies. On the 7th day, a post-test was done by using a Self-administered questionnaire, to check the effect of the planned teaching program on knowledge regarding cardiac emergencies among the staff nurses. The data obtained were analyzed and interpreted by using both descriptive and inferential statistics in terms of frequency, percentage, and chi-square.
Results: The knowledge regarding Selected cardiac emergencies among Staff Nurses was assessed. the ‘z’ value of 17.62 is significantly higher than the table value of 1.96 at 0.05 level significance. This indicates that there was a difference in the pre-test and post-test knowledge scores of respondents and the Planned teaching Programme is effective in improving the knowledge score of Staff Nurses, hence the H1 hypothesis was proved and accepted. There is an association between post-test knowledge scores with selected Socio-demographic variables; hence the research hypothesis (H2) is accepted.
|Assess, Effectiveness, planned teaching Programme, Knowledge, selected cardiac emergencies, Staff Nurses.
|Medical / Pharmacy
|Volume 6, Issue 1, January-February 2024
|A Study to Assess the Effectiveness of Planned Teaching Programme on Knowledge Regarding Selected Cardiac Emergencies among the Staff Nurses Working in the Selected Hospitals of Banaskantha District, Gujarat - Rishabh Upadhyay, Makwana Nikhil Kumar, Chaudhary Mamtaben, Chaudhary Radhikaben, Prajapati Lataben, Pandya Arunaben, Makwana Sonalben, Begadiya Shilpaben, Parmar Kalpeshbhai - IJFMR Volume 6, Issue 1, January-February 2024. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i01.12942
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