Context: Disruptive Behaviour Disorders are relatively common in school aged children and frequently are part of the presenting complaint in child psychiatric treatment settings.
Objective: To identify the disruptive behaviour disorders among primary school children and find out the association between disruptive behaviour disorders among primary school children and their selected demographic variables. Methods: A Descriptive study was conducted among 30 primary school children to identify disruptive behaviour disorders by using convenient sampling technique. Demographic variables and Disruptive behaviour check list were used to collect the data on structured interview schedule basis.
Results: Findings of the study depicts that out of 30 primary school children 19 had disruptive behaviour disorders out of which (10.52%) had mild disruptive behaviour disorders, (47.36%) had moderate disruptive behaviour disorders and (42.12%) had severe disruptive behaviour disorders.
Conclusion: This study projects the importance of early identification of disruptive behaviour disorders and also incorporates the intervention for the better outcome of the primary school children.
Cite this article:
Sampoornam. W. Identification of Disruptive Behaviour Disorders. Int. J. Adv. Nur. Management 2(3): July-Sept.,2014; Page 139-140.
Sampoornam. W. Identification of Disruptive Behaviour Disorders. Int. J. Adv. Nur. Management 2(3): July-Sept.,2014; Page 139-140. Available on: https://ijanm.com/AbstractView.aspx?PID=2014-2-3-4