Volume 20 No 12 (2022)
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“Effectiveness Of Video Assisted Teaching Program on Knowledge Regarding Managementof Palliative Care Among 2nd Year Gnm Students”.
Kunal More , Sushama Shete ,Mahesh Chendake , Anagha Katti , Ganesh More , Saurabh Malwade , Ashiyana Mulla
Patients with cancer tended prone to who receive palliative care for the in painful position .1. Objectives: -To assess the knowledge regarding management of palliative care before video assisted teaching programme , and To assess the knowledge regarding palliative care after video assisted teaching programme among the 2nd year GNM nursing students To determine the association a posttest knowledge score regarding palliative care with selected demographic variables. Materials Methods:- One group pre- test and post -test design, with an evaluative approach was used for the study. The study was conducted on 60 IInd GNM students in Krishna institute of nursing sciences Karad. Results: In the total of 60 majority of subjects 40 (67%) have average knowledge 12 (20%) of subjects have poor knowledge, 8(13%) have good knowledge to students regarding management of palliative care among the students before video assisted teaching program after video assisted teaching program majority of the subjects 28 (47%) have average knowledge 27 (45%) having good knowledge 5 (8%) have poor knowledge after video assisted teaching program, the mean score was 49.03 with SD 2.80. (t value) = 15.31 and p value is 0.0005.Conclusion: - The video assisted teaching program was effective in terms of gain knowledge regarding management of palliative care among students. The mean score of knowledge has increased
Knowledge, Nursing Students, Palliative Care, Video Assisted Teaching
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