Mamta, Noor Fatima, Kalpana Gangwar, Twinkle, Radha Varshey, Komal, Neeraj pal, Shafali Yadav, Deeksha Sahu
Mrs. Mamta1, Ms. Noor Fatima2, Ms. Kalpana Gangwar2, Ms. Twinkle2, Ms. Radha Varshey2, Ms. Komal2, Ms. Neeraj pal2, Ms. Shafali Yadav2, Ms. Deeksha Sahu2
1Assistant Professor, (Medical surgical Nursing), Rohilkhand College of Nursing, Bareilly.
2G.N.M Students, (Medical surgical Nursing), Rohilkhand College of Nursing, Bareilly.
Volume - 8,
Issue - 4,
Year - 2020
Aim: The study aims assess the knowledge on prevention of family members regarding the Tuberculosis. Methodology: Non-Experimental - Descriptive research design with Sample size is 40 patients family members in chest ward were selected by non-probability Convenient sampling technique in Rohilkhand Medical College and hospital Bareilly (U.P). The tool consisted of 2 sections. Section A dealt with demographic area of pulmonary tuberculosis patients among the family members and section B consisted of structured questionnaire to assess the knowledge. Results: The present results reveals that 6(%) of them had inadequate knowledge on Pulmonary Tuberculosis, 34%Of them had moderately & 0% had adequate knowledge on PTB. Conclusion: To overall knowledge status of family members, among the family members majority 34% of them moderate knowledge on PTB. So we had provide self instructional module that can be to improve family members knowledge level on prevention of pulmonary tuberculosis.
Cite this article:
Mamta, Noor Fatima, Kalpana Gangwar, Twinkle, Radha Varshey, Komal, Neeraj pal, Shafali Yadav, Deeksha Sahu. Knowledge on Prevention of Pulmonary Tuberculosis Patients among the Family Members of Patients who are Admitted in Selected Hospital in Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh with Self Instructional Module. Int. J. Nur. Edu. and Research. 2020; 8(4):512-516. doi: 10.5958/2454-2660.2020.00114.3
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