Volume No. :   7

Issue No. :  1

Year :  2019

ISSN Print :  2347-8640

ISSN Online :  2454-2660


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Effectiveness of Self-Instruction Module on knowledge regarding medication errors and its prevention among staff nurses at selected hospital, Kollam



Address:   Miss Bincy P Biju1, Miss Jibi Stephen1, Miss Neenu Mariam Benedict1, Miss Shani. N1, Miss Sruthi S Panikar1, Mrs Athula Mary Jacob2
1Third Year Bsc Nursing Students, Bishop Benziger College of Nursing, P.B. No:46, Sastri Junction, Kollam-691001
2Nursing Tutor, Department of Medical Surgical Nursing Bishop Benziger College of Nursing, P.B. No:46, Sastri Junction, Kollam-691 001
*Corresponding Author
DOI No: 10.5958/2454-2660.2019.00008.5

ABSTRACT:
A study to assess the effectiveness of self-instruction module on knowledge regarding medication errors and its prevention among staff nurses at selected hospital, Kollam. The objectives of the study were to; a) assess the level of knowledge on medication errors and its prevention among staff nurses, b) evaluate the effectiveness of self-instruction module on knowledge of sample, c) find association between pretest knowledge and selected demographic variables. Quantitative research approach was selected with one group pretest–posttest design and convenient sampling technique was used for a sample size of 60. The researcher assessed the knowledge of staff nurses using self-structured questionnaire. After conducting a pretest for the samples, the self-instruction module regarding prevention of medication errors was given. After 5 days post test was conducted using the same tool. The result shows that among the samples10% had good knowledge, 38% had average level and 51% had poor level of knowledge on pretest. Inposttest 45% had excellent level of knowledge, 48.3% had good level of knowledge, 6.6% had poor level of knowledge. It was found that the calculated ‘t’ value is greater than table value and there is significant difference in pretest and posttest knowledge scores among samples. The findings of the study suggest that self-instruction module is an effective intervention in improving knowledge of staff nurses.
KEYWORDS:
Evaluate, effectiveness, medication errors, staff nurses.
Cite:
Bincy P Biju, Jibi Stephen, Neenu Mariam Benedict, Shani. N, Sruthi S Panikar, Athula Mary Jacob. Effectiveness of Self-Instruction Module on knowledge regarding medication errors and its prevention among staff nurses at selected Sruthi S Panikar1, Mrs Athula Mary Jacobhospital, Kollam. Int. J. Nur. Edu. and Research. 2019; 7(1):38-40. Int. J. Nur. Edu. and Research. 2019; 7(1):38-40.
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