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Effectiveness of Planed Teaching Program on Knowledge Regarding First Aid Management and Emergency Care of Burn Among the Staff Nurses Working In Selected Hospital in Azamgarh, Uttar Pradesh, India


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1 Principal. M.Sc Nursing (Medical Surgical Nursing), Maa Kaushilya School of Nursing, Azamgarh U.P., India
2 Vice-Principal. M.Sc Nursing (Child Health Nursing), Maa Kaushilya School of Nursing, Azamgarh U.P., India
3 Guest Lecturer M.Sc. Biotech. D.Phil. Science (Biotech), Maa Kaushilya School of Nursing, Azamgarh U.P., India
     

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The aim of the present study was to assess the knowledge of staff nurses regarding first aid management and emergency care of burn among 60 nurses by using quasi experimental design. The tool consist of two parts first was deal with demographic variable and the second was consist of 40 multiple choice questions selected emergencies among burn patients. In pre-test knowledge scores of nurses is 12.76 and standard deviation 1.935. In post test knowledge scores of nurses is mean 27.68 and standard deviation was 3.766. There was statistical improvement seen after planed teaching. Thus the study recommended that different educational session regarding emergency care of burn will be effective to promote the knowledge of nurses regarding.

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Effectiveness, Planed Teaching Program, First Aid Management, Emergency Care of Burn.
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Authors

Sana Kamei
Principal. M.Sc Nursing (Medical Surgical Nursing), Maa Kaushilya School of Nursing, Azamgarh U.P., India
Achun Rongmei
Vice-Principal. M.Sc Nursing (Child Health Nursing), Maa Kaushilya School of Nursing, Azamgarh U.P., India
Ajay Kumar
Guest Lecturer M.Sc. Biotech. D.Phil. Science (Biotech), Maa Kaushilya School of Nursing, Azamgarh U.P., India

Abstract


The aim of the present study was to assess the knowledge of staff nurses regarding first aid management and emergency care of burn among 60 nurses by using quasi experimental design. The tool consist of two parts first was deal with demographic variable and the second was consist of 40 multiple choice questions selected emergencies among burn patients. In pre-test knowledge scores of nurses is 12.76 and standard deviation 1.935. In post test knowledge scores of nurses is mean 27.68 and standard deviation was 3.766. There was statistical improvement seen after planed teaching. Thus the study recommended that different educational session regarding emergency care of burn will be effective to promote the knowledge of nurses regarding.

Keywords


Effectiveness, Planed Teaching Program, First Aid Management, Emergency Care of Burn.

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