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Effectiveness of Structured Teaching Programme regarding Knowledge on Menstrual Blood Stem Cell Banking among Basic B.Sc and Post Basic B.Sc Final Year Nursing Students in College of Nursing Pt. B.D Sharma, PGIMS, Rohtak


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1 M.Sc (N) 2nd Year Student - College of Nursing. PGIMS. Rohtak., India
2 Junior Lecturer – College of Nursing. PGIMS. Rohtak., India
3 Professor, DRIEMS School and College of Nursing, Cuttack, Odisha., India
     

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Background of the study: Menstrual blood-derived stem cells (MenSCs) are morphologically and functionally similar to cells directly extracted from the endometrium, and present dual expression of mesenchymal and embryonic cell markers, thus becoming interesting tools for regenerative medicine. Aim: To determine the effectiveness of structured teaching programme regarding knowledge on menstrual blood stem cell banking among basic B.Sc and Post Basic B.Sc Final Year Nursing Students Methodology: Research design was pre-experimental design (One group pre-test and post – test design) study was undertaken in college of nursing PGIMS. Rohtak. Samples in the study includes basic B.Sc (N) and P.B B.Sc (N). Self-structured knowledge questionnaire on menstrual blood stem cell banking were developed and administered to the samples for data collection. Structured teaching programme was administered to the samples and post-test was taken on 7th day from the day of intervention. Data were analysed through descriptive and inferential statistics. Results: the pre-test mean and standard deviation knowledge score were 11.35+2.957, the post-test mean and standard deviation knowledge score were 22.95+1.893. this was statistically significant at ‘p’ value 0.001 with the paired ‘t’ test score 31.698. Conclusion: In this study, structured teaching programme served as an effective method to enhance the knowledge regarding menstrual blood stem cell banking among Basic B. Sc (N) and Post Basic B. Sc (N) Students.

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Effectiveness, Structured Teaching Programme, Menstrual Blood Stem Cell Banking, Nursing students.
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Authors

Suresh Devi
M.Sc (N) 2nd Year Student - College of Nursing. PGIMS. Rohtak., India
Jyoti
Junior Lecturer – College of Nursing. PGIMS. Rohtak., India
Kavita Choudhary
Junior Lecturer – College of Nursing. PGIMS. Rohtak., India
Sathish Rajamani
Professor, DRIEMS School and College of Nursing, Cuttack, Odisha., India

Abstract


Background of the study: Menstrual blood-derived stem cells (MenSCs) are morphologically and functionally similar to cells directly extracted from the endometrium, and present dual expression of mesenchymal and embryonic cell markers, thus becoming interesting tools for regenerative medicine. Aim: To determine the effectiveness of structured teaching programme regarding knowledge on menstrual blood stem cell banking among basic B.Sc and Post Basic B.Sc Final Year Nursing Students Methodology: Research design was pre-experimental design (One group pre-test and post – test design) study was undertaken in college of nursing PGIMS. Rohtak. Samples in the study includes basic B.Sc (N) and P.B B.Sc (N). Self-structured knowledge questionnaire on menstrual blood stem cell banking were developed and administered to the samples for data collection. Structured teaching programme was administered to the samples and post-test was taken on 7th day from the day of intervention. Data were analysed through descriptive and inferential statistics. Results: the pre-test mean and standard deviation knowledge score were 11.35+2.957, the post-test mean and standard deviation knowledge score were 22.95+1.893. this was statistically significant at ‘p’ value 0.001 with the paired ‘t’ test score 31.698. Conclusion: In this study, structured teaching programme served as an effective method to enhance the knowledge regarding menstrual blood stem cell banking among Basic B. Sc (N) and Post Basic B. Sc (N) Students.

Keywords


Effectiveness, Structured Teaching Programme, Menstrual Blood Stem Cell Banking, Nursing students.

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