A study to assess the effectiveness of structured teaching programme on knowledge regarding menstrual blood banking among 3rd year B.Sc., nursing students at selected college, Chinakakani, Guntur district, Andhra Pradesh
Bhallam Mounika and Joseph Mary Meena
Objective: To assess the effectiveness of Structured Teaching Programme of knowledge regarding Menstrual Blood Banking among 3rd year B.Sc., Nursing students.
Materials and Methods: A pre-experimental research design was adopted and a total of 80 3rd year B.Sc., Nursing students were selected by using probability simple randomized sampling technique by using lottery method. Data were collected by using a pre-tested structured knowledge questionnaire. The data was analysed by descriptive and inferential statistics.
Results: Majority (82.5%) of 3rd year B.Sc., Nursing students had poor knowledge in the pre-test regarding Menstrual Blood Banking. In the post test (18.75%) of 3rd year B.Sc., Nursing students had excellent knowledge. A paired’ test was done and was found significant (6.23*). Association between the pre-test knowledge level of 3rd year B.Sc., Nursing students with their age, gender (χ2 =0.02), religion (χ2 =5.63), place of residence (χ2 =0.2), education of mother (χ2 =0.55), education of father (χ2 =0.38), occupation of father (χ2 =0.52), occupation of mother (χ2 =0.28), previous knowledge regarding Menstrual Blood Banking (χ2 =0.16), if yes, source of information (χ2 =2.40) was found not significant.
Conclusion: The health care professionals can adopt various other teaching strategies to impart knowledge to 3rd year B.Sc., Nursing students regarding Menstrual Blood Banking in a view to improve and practice the new advancement in women’s life.
Bhallam Mounika, Joseph Mary Meena. A study to assess the effectiveness of structured teaching programme on knowledge regarding menstrual blood banking among 3<sup>rd</sup> year B.Sc., nursing students at selected college, Chinakakani, Guntur district, Andhra Pradesh. Int J Midwifery Nurs Pract 2022;5(1):09-12. DOI: 10.33545/26630427.2022.v5.i1a.107