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A Study to Assess the Effectiveness of Structured Teaching Programme on Kangaroo Mother Care Among Postnatal Mother in Hospital, Azamgarh (U.P.)


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1 Vice-Principal, Maa Kaushilya School of Nursing, Azamgarh, U.P., India
2 Principal, Maa Kaushilya School of Nursing, Azamgarh, U.P., India
3 Guest Lecturer, Maa Kaushilya School of Nursing, Azamgarh, U.P., India
     

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Objective: The study was aimed at evaluating the knowledge gained with 'Structured Teaching Programme' regarding Kangaroo Mother Care among postnatal mother. Methods: In this study from 30 postnatal mothers whose babies admitted in NICU one pretest was taken then 'Structured Teaching Programme’ was conducted after that post-test knowledge was assessed on the basis of structured knowledge questionnaire. Results: Most of the postnatal mothers were having average 50% (15), and 16.66% were good and 33.33% (10) having poor knowledge on kangaroo mother care before implementing structured teaching module. After implementing teaching module majority of the postnatal mothers were having good 53.3%, 46.6% were average while not any have been found to be poor knowledge on kangaroo mother care. Conclusion: It was concluded that structured teaching programmed is effective method the increase the knowledge of postnatal mothers regarding kangaroo mother care.

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Structured Teaching Programme, Structured Knowledge Questionnaire.
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Authors

Achun Rongmei
Vice-Principal, Maa Kaushilya School of Nursing, Azamgarh, U.P., India
Sana Kamei
Principal, Maa Kaushilya School of Nursing, Azamgarh, U.P., India
Ajay Kumar
Guest Lecturer, Maa Kaushilya School of Nursing, Azamgarh, U.P., India

Abstract


Objective: The study was aimed at evaluating the knowledge gained with 'Structured Teaching Programme' regarding Kangaroo Mother Care among postnatal mother. Methods: In this study from 30 postnatal mothers whose babies admitted in NICU one pretest was taken then 'Structured Teaching Programme’ was conducted after that post-test knowledge was assessed on the basis of structured knowledge questionnaire. Results: Most of the postnatal mothers were having average 50% (15), and 16.66% were good and 33.33% (10) having poor knowledge on kangaroo mother care before implementing structured teaching module. After implementing teaching module majority of the postnatal mothers were having good 53.3%, 46.6% were average while not any have been found to be poor knowledge on kangaroo mother care. Conclusion: It was concluded that structured teaching programmed is effective method the increase the knowledge of postnatal mothers regarding kangaroo mother care.

Keywords


Structured Teaching Programme, Structured Knowledge Questionnaire.

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