Author(s): Priyanka Joshi, Diksha Bisht, Gaurav Negi, Hemlata Bhatt, Imrana966, Jyoti Rani, Masuk Ali, Pooja Haldar, Shikha Chawla, Shilpi Negi, Avantika Bora

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DOI: 10.52711/2454-2660.2022.00060   

Address: Priyanka Joshi1, Diksha Bisht2, Gaurav Negi2, Hemlata Bhatt2, Imrana9662, Jyoti Rani2, Masuk Ali2, Pooja Haldar2, Shikha Chawla2, Shilpi Negi3, Avantika Bora2
1Assistant Professor, Droan College of Nursing, Vill and Post, Khanpur Purab Dineshpur Road, Rudrapur - 263153, Uttarakhand, India.
2Third Year B. Sc Nursing Students, Droan College of Nursing, Vill and Post, Khanpur Purab Dineshpur Road, Rudrapur - 263153, Uttarakhand, India.
3Nursing Tutor, Droan College of Nursing, Vill and Post, Khanpur Purab Dineshpur Road, Rudrapur - 263153, Uttarakhand, India.
*Corresponding Author

Published In:   Volume - 10,      Issue - 3,     Year - 2022


ABSTRACT:
Introduction: Hospital Acquired Infections is also called Nosocomial infection or Health care associated infection. This infection may occur after 48 hours of admission in the hospital or after discharge from the hospital. The person may be a patient, members of the hospital staff or visitors. Infection is a painful fact of life and the chief cause of death. If infection occurs during hospital stay, it can cause prolonged stay and increase the rate of morbidity and mortality.1 Nurses are the one who spend more time with patient by being involved in direct care. So she should know how to deliver the care to patient, without risk of occurrence the Hospital Acquired Infection. Infection control is the quality standard of patient care, It is essential for patient safety and well being. Student nurses are more often at risk for transmission of infectious agents while performing some invasive or non invasive procedures in the hospitals. So they should be aware, how to prevent transmission of Hospital Acquired Infections.The main objective of this study is to create awareness and enhance knowledge about Hospital Acquired infection among the B.sc Nursing first year students. Methodology: To achieve the objectives of the study quantitative research approach was used in this study, pre – experimental, one group pre-test post test descriptive research design was used. By using non–probability consecutive sampling technique. This study was done on 30 B.sc Nursing first year students; data was collected by structured knowledge questionnaire to assess the knowledge regarding Hospital Acquired Infections. Result: In this study overall the highest percentage in the demographic data including 96.66 % of B.sc nursing 1st year students are belong to (Hindu religion), 93.3% of B.sc nursing 1st year students are (female gender), 90 % of B.sc nursing 1st year students were between (17-20 years of age), 90% of B.sc nursing 1st year students were having (previous knowledge regarding Hospital Acquired Infection), 83.3% of mothers were (housewife), 60% of students were having knowledge through books/ journals, 60% of B.s555c nursing 1st year students belong to rural society, 40% of B.sc nursing 1st year student belong to urban society, 30% of study participant’s fathers were government employed, 30% of fathers were private employed and 30% of fathers were other employed. The finding of study revealed that the mean post test knowledge score (12.83) is significantly greater than the mean pre test knowledge score (12.56) of experimental group B.sc nursing 1st year students (t (29) = 2.28, P <0.05) Hence it is evident that the structured teaching programme is effective module for improving the knowledge of B.sc nursing 1st year students regarding Hospital Acquired Infection.


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Priyanka Joshi, Diksha Bisht, Gaurav Negi, Hemlata Bhatt, Imrana966, Jyoti Rani, Masuk Ali, Pooja Haldar, Shikha Chawla, Shilpi Negi, Avantika Bora. A Study to assess the Effectiveness of Structured Teaching Programme on knowledge regarding Hospital Acquired Infection among the B.Sc Nursing first year students of selected Nursing College in Rudrapur, Udham Singh Nagar. International Journal of Nursing Education and Research. 2022; 10(3):259-3. doi: 10.52711/2454-2660.2022.00060

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Priyanka Joshi, Diksha Bisht, Gaurav Negi, Hemlata Bhatt, Imrana966, Jyoti Rani, Masuk Ali, Pooja Haldar, Shikha Chawla, Shilpi Negi, Avantika Bora. A Study to assess the Effectiveness of Structured Teaching Programme on knowledge regarding Hospital Acquired Infection among the B.Sc Nursing first year students of selected Nursing College in Rudrapur, Udham Singh Nagar. International Journal of Nursing Education and Research. 2022; 10(3):259-3. doi: 10.52711/2454-2660.2022.00060   Available on: https://ijneronline.com/AbstractView.aspx?PID=2022-10-3-16


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