The aim of the study was “To assess the effectiveness of structuredteachingprogramme on Care of Children with Febrile Seizures among mothers of under five’s at selected Urban slum areas, Suryapet”. A Quasi -experimental esign was adopted. The study was conducted in Rajiv Nagar and Ambedkar Nagar (Urban slum areas), Suryapet, Telangana, India. The population were mothers’ of children under five years numbered 50. Convenient sampling technique was adopted for the study. The study was carried out by using a structured interview schedule and structuredteachingprogramme on care of children with febrile seizures among test, post –test design was adopted. Fifty mothers were selected by using purposes sampling methods at selected Urban slum areas, Suryapet to assess the knowledge and practices on care of children with febrile seizures by using this structured questionnaire. Structuredteaching ildren with febrile seizures was conducted. After 7 days of the structuredteaching test questionnaire. Major findings of the study ng knowledge, 22% (11) had inadequate knowledge, 70% (35) had moderately adequate knowledge and only 8% (4) had adequate knowledge. Regarding knowledge on practices, 2% (1) had inadequate knowledge, 84% (42) had moderately adequate knowledge test, 44% (22) had moderately adequate knowledge, only 56% (28) had adequate knowledge and none were having inadequate knowledge on care of children with febrile seizures. Whereas 4% (2) had 48) had adequate knowledge and none were having inadequate There is a significant improvement in knowledge and knowledge on practices regarding care of children icant association between the demographic variables and level of knowledge regarding type of family, number of previous attacks of seizures, family history of seizures and number of times admitted in the hospital for treatment at p<0.01 (1%) level, seizures accompanied with fever and family history of seizures were p<0.0001 and p<0.001% level respectively. In post test number of times admitted in the hospital for treatment of febrile seizures at p<0.01 (1%) level.
, that will rise to 95%. By taking action now and by working together, we can reverse the current trends and save million of adults and children from death and disability between now and 2020, and many millions more people in the years beyond. Now - a-days only a few children walk to school compared to previous generation. This is because parents feel safe to drive their children to school resulting in poor road crossing skills among children. Hence, children should be given awareness regarding road safety. There is less number of research studies done on knowledge of primary school children regarding road safety measures. By watching school children after their school timings, walking as they like, getting shouting by vehicle drivers, passers-by, vendors, house-wives, the researcher felt the need to educate the children regarding road safety measures. If the children are educated regarding causes and prevention of road traffic accidents, rules and regulations for crossing the roads and signal lights, such type of accidents can be reduced to an extent. The purpose of this study was assessing the existing level of knowledge regarding road safety among 5 th standard school children and providing 26061 Ceeba Francis et al. A study to assess the effectiveness of structuredteachingprogramme on knowledge regarding road safety
Lengthy periods of immobilization are emotionally stressful for patients. Immobility related problems include pressure ulcers, pneumonia, constipation, loss of appetite, urinary stasis, urinary track infections and venous stasis or deep vein thrombosis. When the complications due to immobilization are prevented it helps an individual to be physically, emotionally and psychologically sound. These complications can be prevented through simple basic patient care like skincare, active-passive exercises, changing position and deep breathing exercises. Nurses have a key role in prevention of these complications by educating the patients. Hence the study was conducted “To evaluate the effectiveness of structuredteachingprogramme regarding prevention of selected complications among immobilized orthopeadic patients in Government Rajaji Hospital, Madurai.
This chapter deals with the description of research methodology adopted by the investigator. Methodology is a systematic way to solve research problems. It helps the researcher to project a blue print of the research undertaken. Research methodology involves the systematic procedure by the researcher, which starts from initial identification of the problem to its final conclusion. The methodology of research indicates the general pattern of organizing the procedure for gathering valid and reliable data for the purpose of investigation. This study was undertaken to assess the effectiveness of structuredteachingprogramme on knowledge regarding prevention of osteoporosis among health care personnel working in Rajiv Gandhi government general hospital.
is the leading cause of ill health that exists throughout the entire nation especially in rural regions. While studying the situation globally, World Health Organization estimates that the en in women globally. The main aim of the present study was to assess the Effectiveness of Structuredteachingprogramme on Prevention of Uterine prolapse among Multiparous women residing in selected villages at Kirumambakkam rry. The study samples were 100 multiparous women selected from two different villages for experimental and control group. Comparing the pre-test & post-test scores of knowledge, attitude and practice between experimental and control group, the structuredteachingprogramme on prevention of uterine prolapse provided by the investigator proved to be highly effective in the improvement of knowledge, attitude and practice among multiparous women in gested that the programme should be continued in order to uplift the overall health and practices of mothers. Hence, it will help to reduce the incidence of Uterine prolapse and enhance the quality of life in future.
Nidal F Eshah et al (2010) depicted that Improving cardiac related knowledge to further healthy lifestyles is the best preventive strategy against coronary heart diseases. Previous studies revealed a critical shortage in all-around cardiac related knowledge, plus an overall shortage in adopting healthy lifestyle behaviors.To evaluate the effectiveness of an education, counseling and beha vioral skill-building program (Jordanian working adults) knowledge, attitudes, and beliefs about CHD and adoption of a healthy lifestyle were given to Jordanian working adult. One hundred six subjects completed the post-test questionnaires. Experimental group showed significantly better cardiac related knowledge, better scores for attitudes, and better scores for the health responsibility, nutritional behaviors, inte rpersonal relationships and total HPLP-II score. Subject's beliefs, physical activity, spiritual growth and stress management were not improved significantly. Men had better scores in beliefs and women had better scores for health responsibility. Individual commitment to healthier lifestyles should be encouraged, and researchers have to design and apply more specific interventions that are directed toward improving factors that have not significantly improved through traditional programs. 20
I Ms. Nivetha.R, II year M.ScNursing student of Karpaga Vinayaga College of Nursing, MaduranthagamTaluk, Kancheepuram District. As a part of my study, I proposed to conduct research on “A study to assess the effectiveness of structuredteachingprogramme on knowledge, practice and attitude on hand washing among school children at a selected school, Serkadu in vellore district”. I obtained permission from the respected principal of this school, to conduct my research work. I will teach on hand washing for 100 student who studying VI- VII standard. The duration of teaching classes will be for 45 minutes per day for a week and it will be completed within 4 weeks. The health education on hand washing will be benefit for the children and also help their sibling, family and entire community. I assure that this will not affect their academic sessions. Hence I request your valuable consent and co-operation. For any further discussions feel free to contact me in person.
I am 301612652 II year M.Sc (N) student of Sre sakthimayeil institute of nursing and Research ,(J.K.K.Nattaraja Educational Institutions), Kumarapalayam. I have selected the below mentioned topic for the research project to be submitted to as the partial fulfilment of university requirement for degree in Master of Nursing . Title “ A STUDY TO ASSESS THE EFFECTIVENESS OF A STRUCTUREDTEACHINGPROGRAMME ON KNOWLEDGE REGARDING SAFE HANDLING AND ADMINISTRATION OF CHEMOTHERAPEUTIC DRUGS AMONG STAFF NURSES IN SELECTED HOSPITAL, CHENNAI ” . Regarding this project, I am in need of your esteemed help and co-operation as I am interested in conducting the study in your institution. Hence, I request your good self to kindly permit me to conduct the proposed study under your jurisdiction and provide the necessary facilities for the study. Kindly oblige and do the needful. Thanking you
This is to certify that the dissertation entitled “A Study to assess the Effectiveness of structuredteachingprogramme on knowledge regarding behavioural problems of children Among teachers in selected primary schools at Erode District” is a bonafide research work by Mr. J. Edwin Jose under the guidance of Mrs. K. Deepa, M.Sc., (N) HOD of Mental health Nursing Department. Dharmarathnakara Dr. Mahalingam Institute of Paramedical Sciences and Research, Sakthi Nagar, Bhavani Taluk, Erode District.
This study was carried out to evaluate the effectiveness of structuredteachingprogramme on expressed emotions and knowledge regarding relapse prevention among caregivers of patients with schizophrenia. In this study modified pre experimental design was used. The study was conducted from 29.7.2013 to 2.08.2013 at Sri Gokulam Hospital, Salem. A total of 30 caregivers were selected through non probability purposive sampling technique. The Demographic variables, knowledge regarding relapse prevention was assessed using structured self reporting questionnaire and Expressed Emotions was assessed by using standardized LEE scale. The demographic data was tabulated by using frequency and percentage. The ‘t’ test was used to evaluate the effectiveness of structuredteachingprogramme on expressed emotions and knowledge regarding relapse prevention among caregivers of patients with schizophrenia. The relationship between expressed emotions and knowledge was analyzed by using inferential statistics (co-relation coefficient test).The chi- square analysis was used to associate the expressed emotions, knowledge regarding relapse prevention among caregivers with their selected demographic variables.
40% of students were delivering ventilations in excess of the standard. This study shows that school children have the capacity to acquire CPR/AED skills from a three hour programme in BLS. Consistent with previous studies, students also had greater confidence in their ability to perform CPR/AED skills and a greater willingness to intervene in an emergency situation after training (Vaillancourt, 2008, Donohoe et al. 2006).The results of this study show that students performed quality CC at an acceptable standard. They had greater difficulty performing adequate ventilations, with problems inflating in excess of the standard. This supports existing evidence that delivering ventilations is a difficult skill for lay people and argues that it would be reasonable to simplify CPR procedures and concentrate lay rescuers’ energy on CC (Sanders and Ewy, 2005, Kellum, 2007). Chest compression-only CPR has also the added advantage of eliminating mouth-to-mouth contact and associated risk of contracting infection, which was identified as the greatest barrier to performing CPR in this study.
Through education, individuals¶ behavior is shaped. In formal or conventional mode of education, teacher plays a pivotal role in this regard. Moreover, it is again overwhelming at primary and secondary school levels. It is, therefore, necessary that a teacher should know his or her pupils thoroughly as to their abilities, limitations, motives, aspirations, needs and physical development patterns, so that teaching can be made interesting and effective. Teacher should be able to know all such things through the study of educational psychology. Such knowledge can contribute to the promotion of learning process and developing studentV¶ personalities positively by understanding about individual disabilities.
R V Mohite, etal - (2012) conducted a cross sectional study was conducted on knowledge of breast feeding among primi gravid mother at Ante-natal clinic of Krishna Hospital and Medical Research Center, Karad district Satara. Pre-tested structured preform used to collect information from 590 married primi gravid mothers attending ante-natal clinic during study period by utilizing personal interview method. Socio-demographic frequency percentage distribution, knowledge scoring and statistical association was analyzed by using chi-square test. Out of 590 primi gravid mothers, 59.66% showed fair quality of knowledge about breast feeding. knowledge about rooming in, family support for breast feeding & burping after breast feeding was 97.7%, 95.4% , 93.5% however weaning, colostrum‟s feed, hazards of bottle fee ding and prenatal food was 84%, 82.7%,75.5% and 54% respectively. Statistical association was existed between age as, education, religion, socio- economic status and respectively Knowledge breast feeding among primi gravitas mothers attending ANC clinic was of fair in quality. The researcher concluded that the Women should be educated on the importance of Exclusive breast feeding.
Abstract- Adolescence is a stage of struggle for identity. It is evidenced by rebelliousness, adventure seeking behavior and oppositional defense. The future citizens are at great risk for early initiation to drugs and other psycho active substances. Therefore, a quasi experimental study to assess the effectiveness of structuredteachingprogramme was used to assess knowledge of adolescents regarding substance use. One group pre-test post- test design was used for this study. Convenient sampling technique is used on the sample for the present study consists of 91 adolescents age of 17- 18 yrs. from selected B.Sc. Nursing colleges at Udaipur district of Rajasthan. Self administered Knowledge questionnaires (Pre test – Post test) were administered. The collected data were analyzed by using descriptive & inferential statistics based on predefined objectives of the study. Present study shows that pre test knowledge level of students was significantly (P<0.05) less towards substance abuse. Study reveals that proper education (STP) enhance post test knowledge among students regarding substance abuse.
sampling technique who met the inclusion criteria were included in the study. Data was collected by using self structured knowledge questionnaire. Data was analyzed using descriptive statistics and inferential statistics. Results: The pretest mean knowledge score was 15.64 and post test mean knowledge score was 22.86. There was no significant association between knowledge and selected socio-demographic variables. Interpretation: The result shows that there was significant difference between the pre test and post test knowledge score regarding Forensic Nursing among B.Sc (N) 4 th year students after the administration of structuredteaching
Parent to child transmission is the spread of HIV from an HIV infected women to her child during pregnancy, child birth, or breast feeding. Mother to child transmission is the most common way that children become infected with HIV. The main objectives of the study were To determine the effectiveness of structuredteachingprogramme regarding prevention of parent to child transmission of HIV and its management among Staff Nurses. The research design selected for the study was pre experimental one group pre test and post test design. A purposive sampling technique was followed to obtain a sample of 60 staff nurses. During data collection, a pre test was conducted on the first day by using structured knowledge question or followed by structuredteachingprogramme on Prevention of parent to child transmission of HIV and its management was given. Finally post test was done on the seventh day by using the same tool. Data were analyzed by descriptive and inferential statistics. The pre test mean knowledge score was 7.6, the post test mean knowledge score was 14.68 the pre test mean attitude score was 7.9 and post test mean attitude score was 15.48 't' test was used to evaluate the effectiveness of the structuredteachingprogramme at 0.005 level of significance, The study reveals that the level of knowledge and attitude among staff nurses has improved after structuredteachingprogramme at 0.005 level of significance. Based on the findings this study concludes that teachingprogramme like structuredteaching improved the knowledge on Prevention of parent to child transmission of HIV and its management among staff nurses.
Mr.Syed Muhammad Rafi, (2013) conducted a study to assess the effectiveness of STP package on effect of internet a ddiction among adolescent boys between 11- 17 years in Bangalore, Karnataka. The study was conducted among adolescent boys from school, Bangalore. Data was collected structured questionnaire method on internet addiction Pre Experimental design was used (one group pre test- post test). The study result revel that Seven per cent of teenagers aged 13 to 17 described themselves as "becoming addicted" to the net and other 26 per cent said they used it every day and considered it "an important part of their lives the impact of internet use on teenagers found a third of respondents were "in the process of becoming psychologically addicted" and teenagers, on average, spent 13 hours a week on-line. 57
A cross sectional study was conducted on knowledge, practice regarding menstrual hygiene among adolescent girls at Nagpur district. The objective of the study is to assess the knowledge and the practices of menstrual hygiene among rural and urban school going adolescent girls, to assess the restriction which were practiced by adolescent school girls during menstruation. Totally 387 girls were selected for this study purposively between 8 th and 9 th std. the data collection tool was by using pre designed pretested structured questionnaire which consists of awareness about menstruation, resource of information concerning menstruation, hygienic practices during menstruation, restricted activities practices during menstruation. The demographic information including family details, parent’s education, occupation, housing condition, house type, toilet facility, water supply in the toilet were enquired and documented. The result shows that only 36.95% of the girls were aware about menstruation before menarche. The major source of information was their mothers, the mean age at menarche was 12.85 ± 0.867 years, 49.35% were used sanitary pads, and the practice of the use of the old cloth was account in 45.74% of the respondents. Satisfactory cleaning of the genitalia was practiced by 33.85%. The study bring to a close that wakefulness regarding the necessitate of menstrual practices have the vital role to reduce reproductive health problems. (Subhash B. Thakre, et,al. 2012)
This is to certify that this dissertation titled , “A STUDY TO ASSESS THE EFFECTIVENESS OF STRUCTUREDTEACHINGPROGRAMME ON KNOWLEDGE AND PRACTICE REGARDING LEGAL AND ETHICAL ISSUES IN CARE OF CHILDREN AMONG NURSES WORKING IN PEDIATRIC WARDS AT INSTITUTE OF CHILD HEALTH AND HOSPITAL FOR CHILDREN, EGMORE , CHENNAI-08” is a bonafide work done by Mrs.P.LAVANYA, M.Sc Nursing II Year student, College of Nursing, Madras Medical College, Chennai-03, submitted to The Tamil Nadu Dr.M.G.R. Medical University, Chennai-32, in partial fulfillment of the university rules and regulations towards the award of the degree of MASTER OF SCIENCE IN NURSING, BRANCH-II, CHILD HEALTH NURSING under our guidance and supervision during academic year from 2016-2018.
Data collection was done using questionnaire met hod. In pretest the researcher administered structured questionnaire to each participant to assess the knowledge of antenatal women on high risk pregnancy. The subjects took 20-30 minutes to answer the questionnaire by interview method. After that a structuredteachingprogramme was conducted on the same day approximately for 30 minutes per subject and booklets were provided. After that the researcher clarified many doubts asked by the participants regarding my study and also in general,according to the need of each participant. Then each mother was thanked and instructed to come on seventh day after the pretest. The researcher had given a reminder through phone on previous day. Post test was conducted after one week by using the same questionnaire to find out the effectiveness of teachingprogramme. The data collection process was terminated after thanking the participants for their co-operation. After collecting the posttest questionnaire, every now and then , coding sheet were entered.