Effectiveness of video-led teaching programme on knowledge regarding selected obstetrical emergencies among G.N.M. Students
Manisha Jain, Dolly John Shiju
A study carried out to assess the effectiveness of video-led teaching programme on knowledge regarding selected obstetrical emergencies among G.N.M. 3rd year students in selected school of nursing at Bhopal M.P.” A pre experimental study one group pre-test post-test design with evaluative approach non-probability purposive sampling techniques was used to select sample. Total 80 samples selected and data collection tool include Socio demographic variables and structured questionnaire. Video assisted teaching programme consisting of information on selected obstetrical emergencies used to enhance the knowledge of the samples. The statistical evaluation of present study shows that there is a significant difference between pre-test and post test score of knowledge questionnaire as “t” value was 25.94 at df 79 which was more than table value 2.086 and was very highly significant at p<0.001. The mean score of knowledge questionnaire was 8.63 in Pretest which had a markedly improved in Posttest to 23.33 which clearly signifies the improvement in knowledge score. The mean difference was 14.70, standard deviation for pretest is 6.1 and posttest is 4.9, standard error for pretest is 0.69 and posttest is 0.55, degree of freedom is 79 and “t” value was 25.94 which was significant at the level p<0.001. Hence, H1 was accepted. It suggest that there is no association between age, sex, religion and family with knowledge questionnaire as the chi-square vale is less than p<0.05. The data in the table indicate that a significant relationship exist between the knowledge score, type of family, residence, faculty of subjects and source of knowledge has association with knowledge questionnaire as their chi-square value is 0.03, 0.04, 0.05 (p<0.05).
Manisha Jain, Dolly John Shiju. Effectiveness of video-led teaching programme on knowledge regarding selected obstetrical emergencies among G.N.M. Students. International Journal of Nursing and Health Research, Volume 2, Issue 1, 2020, Pages 07-10