A study to assess the effectiveness of simulation teaching on neonatal basic life support among students of selected nursing colleges, Greater Noida, UP
Wichamjailiu Ringkangmai, Anushi Singh
New born period, just first 28 days of life, carries the greatest risk of mortality. Despite being less than 2% of total period of under 5 children, the new born period accounts for over half of under 5 child mortality. Good care therefore not only improves survival of children but lays foundation of optimal log term physical and neurocogitive development. Under the present study a sample of total 60 students was taken in which 30 students were taken for experimental group and 30 students for control group. For this study a true experimental research design was used and the sampling method was simple random sampling. Pre test was done for both the groups and then simulation teaching was done for the experimental group only. After a period of 7 days post test was taken for both the experimental group and control group. Analysis was done after obtaining the post test by a qualified statistician and on analysis it was concluded that there was a significant increase in knowledge and simulation score the students in the experimental groups after the simulation teaching on neonatal basic life support was given. Thus it proved to be an effective for increase in knowledge and simulation score of the students under the experimental groups.
Wichamjailiu Ringkangmai, Anushi Singh. A study to assess the effectiveness of simulation teaching on neonatal basic life support among students of selected nursing colleges, Greater Noida, UP. International Journal of Nursing and Health Research, Volume 3, Issue 1, 2021, Pages 01-03