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Asian Journal of Nursing Education and Research
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Effectiveness of Structured Teaching Programme on Recent Advances in Robotic Rehabilitation among Final year BSc Nursing Students in South India, India
Mrs. Aradhana Maniyappan
Lecturer, Department of Medical –Surgical Nursing, St: Thomas College of Nursing. Kattanam, Alappuzha district, Kerala, India
The research project under took was “Effectiveness of structured teaching programme on recent advances in robotic rehabilitation among final year BSc nursing students at south india, India.” A quantitative research design was adopted for this study. The study was conducted among 50 final year BSc nursing students at selected nursing colleges of, Alappuzha district, kerala, India. In order to assess the knowledge of advances in robotic rehabilitation, the study sample was selected by non- probability convenient sampling. Objectives of the study 1. Assess the knowledge level among students regarding the recent advances in robotic rehabilitation. 2. Find the effectiveness of structured teaching programme among the student 3. Find out the association of the knowledge level of the college students with the selected demographic variable. The tool used for data collection consisted of demographic profoma and structured questionnaire, basic introduction of the study was given to the subjects. The analysis of the data was based on the objectives of the study using quantitative and inferential statistics. Methodology: This study was based on one group pre- test –post -test research design which belongs to pre experimental design, was selected to assess the knowledge regarding the advances in robotic rehabilitation among final BSc nursing students in selected colleges at Alappuzha district. Result: Mean, Standard deviation, t’ value of pre-test and post-test on knowledge regarding the advances in robotic rehabilitation when t=26.447, significant at .001 level shows that the mean post test score (18.6800) is greater than mean pre-test score (6.8600). The t value is greater than the table value t (49) = 1.677, that is the structured teaching programme was effective because there is greater mean difference between the pre test value and post test. Hence the null hypothesis was rejected and the research hypothesis was accepted. Conclusion: The findings of the present study showed that structured teaching programme was effective to increasing the knowledge regarding the advances in robotic rehabilitation among final year BSc nursing students.
Effectivness, advances; Recent, Robotic rehabilitation; final year BSc nursing students; structured teaching.
Aradhana Maniyappan. Effectiveness of Structured Teaching Programme on Recent Advances in Robotic Rehabilitation among Final year BSc Nursing Students in South India, India. Asian J. Nursing Education and Research. 2020; 10(1):79-83.
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