WORLD JOURNAL OF ADVANCE
HEALTHCARE RESEARCH

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Abstract

A PRE-EXPERIMENTAL STUDY TO ASSESS THE EFFECTIVENESS OF STRUCTURED TEACHING PROGRAMME ON KNOWLEDGE REGARDING PARTOGRAPH AMONG NURSING STUDENTS IN SELECTED NURSING COLLEGES OF DISTRICT LUDHIANA, PUNJAB

Kaur Karamjit* and Bhatia Anmol

ABSTRACT

Introduction:- “A woman, as long as she lives, will remember how she was made to feel at her birth.” Partograph is the part of the Midwifery tool of practice used every day, it is the management tool for the prevention of prolonged labor. The use of a Partograph for the management of labor has been shown to be beneficial in that it clearly differentiates normal from abnormal progress in labor and intervention. Aim:- The Aim of study was To assess knowledge score of nursing students regarding partograph and To compare pre-test & post-test knowledge score by using STRUCTURED TEACHING PLAN among nursing students studying in selected nursing college of district Ludhiana, Punjab. Material and Methods:- Pre-experimental design was selected to carry out the study and data was collected by using purposive sampling technique. Study was carried out on 60 B.Sc. (N) 4th year and GNM interns studying in Kular College of Nursing Kishangarh, Ludhiana in which pre-test was done and post-test was conducted followed by administration of STP. Results:- results reveals that mean difference of Pretest and Posttest was 11.13 and Calculated t value is 11.77 at 59 df i.e. higher than tabulated value. This was found to be statistically significant. It shows that research hypothesis was accepted. Conclusion:- Hence it has been concluded that structured teaching programme was effective as significant mean difference of 11.13 has been computed in pre-test and post-test knowledge score. There is no relationship found between knowledge score and selected sociodemographic variables.

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