Rajwinder Kaur, Lalita Jangwal
Ms. Rajwinder Kaur1, Dr. (Ms.) Lalita Jangwal2
1Assistant Professor, Phoenix The Global Institute of Nursing, Lambra, Jalandhar.
2Principal, S.G.L. Nursing College, Semi, Jalandhar
Volume - 4,
Issue - 3,
Year - 2016
Neonatal Resuscitation is required for the newborn in case of meconium aspiration, birth asphyxia, cyanosis etc so the aim of the study is to enhance the knowledge of G.N.M. Interns students regarding neonatal resuscitation. A per-experimental design was used to conduct study. Total 60 G.N.M. Interns were selected from nursing colleges of Jalandhar, Punjab by using convenience sampling technique. The pilot study was conducted on 60 G.N.M. Interns student’s. Reliability of tool was computed or established by using. The pretest was taken by using structured questionnaire followed by structured teaching programme and after one week of STP Posttest was taken. The data was analyzed by applying descriptive and inferential statistics. The findings showed that the mean post test knowledge score ( 24.37 )was higher than the mean pre test knowledge score( 13 ) and found to be non significant with the calculated ’t’value of pre test and post test ( pre test -0.885 and post test -0.750). Thus the results had validated the structured teaching programme desired. There is no association between mean knowledge score of pretest and posttest and selected variables like age, gender, and residential area, occupation of mother and father, education of mother and father. Conclusion of the study revealed that G.N.M. Interns had low levels of knowledge regarding neonatal resuscitation and structured teaching was regarding Neonatal resuscitation.
Cite this article:
Rajwinder Kaur, Lalita Jangwal. To Assess the Effectiveness of Structured Teaching Programme regarding Neonatal Resuscitation among G.N.M. Interns Students in selected Nursing Colleges, Jalandhar, Punjab. Int. J. Adv. Nur. Management. 2016; 4(3): 209-213. doi: 10.5958/2454-2652.2016.00048.2