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A Study to Assess the Effectiveness of Planned Teaching Programme on Knowledge regarding Electroconvulsive Therapy among Third Year Basic B.Sc. Nursing Students in selected nursing college


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A study to assess the effectiveness of planned teaching programme on knowledge regarding electroconvulsive therapy among third year basic B.Sc nursing students in selected nursing college. Objectives: of the study, To assess the level of knowledge regarding Electroconvulsive therapy among third year Basic B.Sc. nursing students, assess the effectiveness of planned teaching on level of knowledge regarding electroconvulsive therapy among third year Basic B.Sc. nursing students and also to determine the association between the level of knowledge regarding Electroconvulsive therapy among third year Basic B.Sc nursing students with their selected demographic variables. This study was based on quantitative approach. Sample: The population was third year B. Sc nursing students in selected nursing college. The sample consisted of 30 students. The inclusion criteria were: (a) Third year basic B.Sc nursing students in selected nursing college. (b) Third year basic BSC nursing students who are willing to participate in the study. (c) Student who knows English. The tool was self-structured knowledge questionnaire. Based on the objectives and the hypothesis the data were analyzed and by using various statistical tests i.e. percentage, mean, chi square and standard deviations‘t’ test. The level of significance set for testing the hypothesis was at 0.05. Results: The findings show that the calculated‘t’ value was 4.29 for knowledge regarding electroconvulsive therapy. The calculated‘t’ value was much higher than the tabulated value. Hence, it was strongly interpreted that the planned teaching regarding electroconvulsive therapy was effective. So, the H1 was accepted.

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Effectiveness, Planned teaching, Knowledge, Electroconvulsive therapy, Nursing students.
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Deepali D. Chaware
Lecturer and HOD, Sumantai Wasnik Institute of Nursing Nagpur, Indian Youth Welfare Multipurpose Society`s Dist Nagpur, Maharashtra 440023., India
Prashant Suryawanshi
Lecturer and HOD, Sumantai Wasnik Institute of Nursing Nagpur, Indian Youth Welfare Multipurpose Society`s Dist Nagpur, Maharashtra 440023., India
Swati Patil
Lecturer and HOD, Sumantai Wasnik Institute of Nursing Nagpur, Indian Youth Welfare Multipurpose Society`s Dist Nagpur, Maharashtra 440023., India
Apeksha Patil
Lecturer and HOD, Sumantai Wasnik Institute of Nursing Nagpur, Indian Youth Welfare Multipurpose Society`s Dist Nagpur, Maharashtra 440023., India

Abstract


A study to assess the effectiveness of planned teaching programme on knowledge regarding electroconvulsive therapy among third year basic B.Sc nursing students in selected nursing college. Objectives: of the study, To assess the level of knowledge regarding Electroconvulsive therapy among third year Basic B.Sc. nursing students, assess the effectiveness of planned teaching on level of knowledge regarding electroconvulsive therapy among third year Basic B.Sc. nursing students and also to determine the association between the level of knowledge regarding Electroconvulsive therapy among third year Basic B.Sc nursing students with their selected demographic variables. This study was based on quantitative approach. Sample: The population was third year B. Sc nursing students in selected nursing college. The sample consisted of 30 students. The inclusion criteria were: (a) Third year basic B.Sc nursing students in selected nursing college. (b) Third year basic BSC nursing students who are willing to participate in the study. (c) Student who knows English. The tool was self-structured knowledge questionnaire. Based on the objectives and the hypothesis the data were analyzed and by using various statistical tests i.e. percentage, mean, chi square and standard deviations‘t’ test. The level of significance set for testing the hypothesis was at 0.05. Results: The findings show that the calculated‘t’ value was 4.29 for knowledge regarding electroconvulsive therapy. The calculated‘t’ value was much higher than the tabulated value. Hence, it was strongly interpreted that the planned teaching regarding electroconvulsive therapy was effective. So, the H1 was accepted.

Keywords


Effectiveness, Planned teaching, Knowledge, Electroconvulsive therapy, Nursing students.

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