Author(s): Sheela Willimas, Lissa J, Saraswathi KN

Email(s): lissamysore@gmail.com

DOI: 10.5958/2454-2660.2016.00053.3   

Address: Prof. Sheela Willimas1, Mrs. Lissa J2, Mrs. Saraswathi KN2
1Principal, JSS College of Nursing, Mysuru
2Assistant Professor, JSS College of Nursing, Mysuru
*Corresponding Author

Published In:   Volume - 4,      Issue - 3,     Year - 2016


ABSTRACT:
A study to assess the knowledge and practice of staff nurses regarding needle stick injury in J.S.S Hospital, Mysuru with a view to develop a informational pamphlet. OBJECTIVES OF STUDY: 1. To assess the knowledge and practice of staff nurses regarding needle stick injury . 2. To find out the relationship between knowledge and practice of staff nurses regarding needle stick injury. 3. To find out the association between knowledge and practice of staff nurses with their selected personal variables. METHODS: Study was descriptive in nature and Sample size was 60 staff nurses. Non probability and convenient sampling technique was used for the collection of data. The data collection was done by structured knowledge questionnaire and observational checklist and collected data was analyzed by using descriptive and inferential statistics. RESULTS: The findings of the study highlights that the majority 50(83.4%) of staff nurses had average knowledge, 5(8.3%) had poor knowledge and only 5(8.3%) had good knowledge. The mean and SD of the knowledge scores are 14 and ±3.03 respectively. 1. The findings of the study highlights that the majority 40(66.7%) of staff nurses had poor practice and only 20(33.3%) of staff nurses had good practice. The mean and SD of the practice scores are 12.75 and ±2.3 respectively. 2. The analysis of findings revealed that there was a significant correlation 0.97 between knowledge and practice of staff nurses at 0.05 level significance. 3. The findings also showed that, significant association found between knowledge and exposure to educational programme is 7.41 at 0.05 level of significance, similarly there was a significant association found between practice and exposure to educational programme is 7.34 at 0.05 level of significance. CONCLUSION: The following conclusions was drawn on the basis of the findings of the study. This study shows that there was a average knowledge and poor practice regarding needle stick injury among the staff nurses.


Cite this article:
Sheela Willimas, Lissa J, Saraswathi KN. A study to assess the knowledge and practice of staff nurses regarding needle stick injury in selected hospital at Mysuru with a view to develop an informational pamphlet. Int. J. Adv. Nur. Management. 2016; 4(3): 295-298. doi: 10.5958/2454-2660.2016.00053.3


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