Author(s): Aleyamma Thomas, Annmaria Jose, Ashamol Mathew, Athira Bhaskar, Hareena, Harsha Mariya Stephen, Nimmy Mathew, Niya Sunny, Sonamol Shaji, Soofiya Jabbar, Starly SVM, Renjini Jose, Joseena SVM

Email(s): renjinijose27@gmail.com , annmariajose2001@gmail.com

DOI: 10.52711/2454-2660.2022.00049   

Address: Aleyamma Thomas1, Annmaria Jose1, Ashamol Mathew1, Athira Bhaskar1, Hareena1, Harsha Mariya Stephen1, Nimmy Mathew1, Niya Sunny1, Sonamol Shaji1, Soofiya Jabbar1, Starly SVM2, Renjini Jose3, Joseena SVM4
1Third Year B.Sc Nursing Students, Little Lourdes College of Nursing, Kidangoor, Kerala.
2Professor, Department of Medical Surgical Nursing, Little Lourdes College of Nursing Kidangoor, Kerala.
3Assistant Professor, Department of Community Health Nursing, Little Lourdes College of Nursing Kidangoor, Kerala.
4Principal, Little Lourdes College of Nursing Kidangoor, Kerala.
*Corresponding Author

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


ABSTRACT:
The present study was conducted in a selected rural community in Kottayam district to assess the psychosocial parental stress during Covid-19 pandemic. The objective of the study are to assess psychosocial parental stress during Covid-19 pandemic and find out the association between psychosocial parental stress and selected socio-demographic variables. Non probability convenience sampling technique was used in this study. The population of the study include 60 samples from selected rural community in Kottayam district. The samples who selected for the study are parents who do not affect COVID-19 pandemic between the age group of 40 to 60 years and who are interested to participate in research study. Tool used for data collection is perceived stress scale. A pilot study was conducted to assess the feasibility of the study. The instrument consist of perceived stress scale provided for collecting demographic data of parents including age in year, sex, area of living, educational status of the mother, educational status of the father, occupation of mother, occupation of father, type of family, monthly income and facilities of internet in home. The hypothesis made in the study was that there will be significant association between psychosocial parental stress during Covid-19 with selected demographic variables at 0.05 level of significance. The final study revealed that out of 60% having moderate psychosocial parental stress, 31.33% having mild psychosocial parental stress 5% were having poor psychosocial parental stress, 3.33% having severe psychosocial parental stress. The association of psychosocial parental stress during Covid-19 pandemic were found to significant with age in year, sex, area of living, educational status of mother, educational status of father, occupation of father, occupation of mother, type of family, monthly income and facilities of internet in home.


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Aleyamma Thomas, Annmaria Jose, Ashamol Mathew, Athira Bhaskar, Hareena, Harsha Mariya Stephen, Nimmy Mathew, Niya Sunny, Sonamol Shaji, Soofiya Jabbar, Starly SVM, Renjini Jose, Joseena SVM. A Study to assess Psychosocial Parental Stress during COVID-19 Pandemic in a selected rural community at Kottayam district. International Journal of Nursing Education and Research. 2022; 10(3):211-5. doi: 10.52711/2454-2660.2022.00049

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Aleyamma Thomas, Annmaria Jose, Ashamol Mathew, Athira Bhaskar, Hareena, Harsha Mariya Stephen, Nimmy Mathew, Niya Sunny, Sonamol Shaji, Soofiya Jabbar, Starly SVM, Renjini Jose, Joseena SVM. A Study to assess Psychosocial Parental Stress during COVID-19 Pandemic in a selected rural community at Kottayam district. International Journal of Nursing Education and Research. 2022; 10(3):211-5. doi: 10.52711/2454-2660.2022.00049   Available on: https://ijneronline.com/AbstractView.aspx?PID=2022-10-3-5


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