A Study to Determine the Effectiveness of Self-Instructional Module on Knowledge Regarding PPE Kit in the Care of Corona Patient Among B.Sc. Nursing Students in Government College of Nursing at Guntur

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  • Kommineni Krishna Veni Faculty, Government College of Nursing, Guntur, India
  • K. Suganthi Principal, Government College of Nursing, Guntur, India

Keywords:

PPE kit, self-instructional module

Abstract

The research was carried out at the Government College of Nursing in Guntur, Andhra Pradesh. The investigator chose the study settings for the selected B.sc nursing students based on practicality and availability of the sample of subjects. The final study's sample included 30 people over the age of 18, who were carefully chosen. Knowledge about PPE kit was used in the pre-test and post-test design. The investigator developed a questionnaire. On the basis of the study's findings, the following conclusions were drawn. 83.3 per cent of students scored average knowledge and 16.7% got above average knowledge on the pre-test. There was a considerable improvement in knowledge relating to the usage of PPE kits after the self-instructional approach, as evidenced by post-test scores in After self-instructional model there was a significant increase in knowledge related to wearing of PPE kit use which is indicated by post- test scores in which students had scored above average with 100%.Students responded well and showed knowledge improvement in post- test performance which was the clear indication of the effect of knowledge gained with self- instructional module.

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Published

09-06-2022

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K. K. Veni and K. Suganthi, “A Study to Determine the Effectiveness of Self-Instructional Module on Knowledge Regarding PPE Kit in the Care of Corona Patient Among B.Sc. Nursing Students in Government College of Nursing at Guntur”, IJRAMT, vol. 3, no. 6, pp. 23–25, Jun. 2022.

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