Objectives: 1. To assess level of stress among first year nursing student in a selected nursing college. 2. To evaluate the effectiveness of mindfulness movement to overcome the stress among first nursing student in a selected nursing college. 3. To find out the association between pre test score among first nursing student with selected socio demographical variable Material and Methods: The research approach adopted in this study is Interventional approach. A one group pre test and post test design was chosen for the study. The sample were selected conveniently to suit the study. Sample size was 60. Results: 1. The above table shows that each 40% of the first year nursing students were having moderate stress, 6.6% have of them were having severe stress, 6.6% have no stress and 46.6% students have mild stress Minimum stress score in pretest was 14 and maximum stress score in pretest was 55. Mean stress score in pretest was 33.15 and mean percentage of stress score in pre test was 55.25%. 2. The above bar graph shown that out of 70% first students have no stress, 23.3% have mild stress and 6.6% have moderate stress. Minimum stress score in posttest was 13 and maximum stress score in post test was 42. Mean stress score in post test was 9.0 and mean percentage of stress score in post test was 15% 3. Demographical variables age, religion, family income, had shown statistically significant association with pre test level of stress score at p<0.05 among first year nursing students. level mode of stay, family income, area of residential, had not statistically significant association with pre test score at p<0.05 among first year nursing students. Conclusion: The present study assessed the effectiveness of mindfulness movements to overcome the stress among first year nursing students in selected nursing college. The study revealed students have stress about academic and environments managements for that manage we administrated mindfulness movements. The pre-test conducted to identify the level of stress among first nursing students. The results revealed that mindfulness movements is very effective in decreasing the level stress at p<0.05 level. From the findings of the study, the investigator concluded that mindfulness movements has an important role in decreasing the level of stress among first year nursing students. The results of the study will enable the students was mange with external environments and academic, when dealing with any stress. mindfulness movements is one of the effective methods in imparting the overcome stress among first year nursing students. the mindfulness movements may be implemented by involving first year nursing students for overcome the stress. Hence it is concluded that the mindfulness movements is an effective strategy where by the first year students could be helped overcome stress and mange with academic environments.
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Pratiksha Shesherao Suryawanshi. A Study to Evaluate the Effectiveness of Mindfulness movement to overcome the Stress among First Year Nursing students in selected Nursing College, Maharashtra. International Journal of Advances in Nursing Management. 2023; 11(1):69-2. doi: 10.52711/2454-2652.2023.00015
Pratiksha Shesherao Suryawanshi. A Study to Evaluate the Effectiveness of Mindfulness movement to overcome the Stress among First Year Nursing students in selected Nursing College, Maharashtra. International Journal of Advances in Nursing Management. 2023; 11(1):69-2. doi: 10.52711/2454-2652.2023.00015 Available on: https://ijanm.com/AbstractView.aspx?PID=2023-11-1-15
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