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Assess the Effect of Educational Intervention Regarding Knowledge of Essential New-born Care among the G.N.M 3rd Year Students

Author(s) SHIPRA VASHISHT, MADHU KUMARI GUPTA
Country India
Abstract Objectives:
To assess the knowledge on essential new-born care among the G.N.M 3rd Year nursing students.
To evaluate the effectiveness of planned teaching programme regarding knowledge of Essential New-born Care.
To associate the Pre-test- Post-test level of knowledge of students regarding Essential New-born Care.
Materials and Methods:
The Pre- experimental with one group pre-test post-test design was used on 75 students of class G.N.M 3rd year were included in the study, each student were given structured teaching program on essential new-born care. The socio demographic data was collected. The knowledge level of students of G.N.M 3rd year was assessed by structured questionnaire. Descriptive statics and inferential statistics were used to analyses the data.
Results:
Findings related to planned teaching program by comparing pre-test and post-test knowledge level of the students of G.N.M 3rd year students. There was no significant association exist in age group of 17-35 years at p value <0.05. According to knowledge level of pre-test among 75 students of age group 17-35 years, the 2.7% students were having inadequate knowledge 88% were having moderately adequate knowledge and 9.3% were having adequate knowledge regarding selected aspects of essential new born care. According to post-test level of knowledge, the 0 %students were having inadequate knowledge. 22.7% students were having moderately adequate knowledge and 77.3% were having adequate knowledge regarding selected aspects of essential new-born care. The data shows that there was significant difference between level of knowledge with age (1.380), education (1.614), previous knowledge (0.353), source of knowledge (2.730), place of residence (0.215).
Conclusion:
The following conclusions were made on the basis of the finding of the study: there was significant difference in the pre-test and post-test knowledge level regarding selected aspect of essential new-born care.There was no significant association existing in students of age group 17-35 years at p value< 0.05.
According to knowledge level of pre-test among 75 students of age group 17-35 years, the 2.7% students were having inadequate knowledge 88% were having moderately adequate knowledge and 9.3% were having adequate knowledge regarding selected aspects of essential new born care. According to post-test level of knowledge, the 0 %students were having inadequate knowledge. 22.7% students were having moderately adequate knowledge and 77.3% were having adequate knowledge regarding selected aspects of essential new born care
There was no significant association existing in knowledge level of students of age group 17-35 years at p<0.05.
Field Medical / Pharmacy
Published In Volume 6, Issue 2, March-April 2024
Published On 2024-03-10
Cite This Assess the Effect of Educational Intervention Regarding Knowledge of Essential New-born Care among the G.N.M 3rd Year Students - SHIPRA VASHISHT, MADHU KUMARI GUPTA - IJFMR Volume 6, Issue 2, March-April 2024. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i02.14828
DOI https://doi.org/10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i02.14828
Short DOI https://doi.org/gtmztj

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