Author(s): Sanjay Nagre, Pavan Kudale, Suraj Munde, Faruk Shaikh, Jayashree Bansode, Arti Mali, Anvarasab Naregal, Soloman Athawale

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DOI: 10.52711/2349-2996.2022.00001   

Address: Sanjay Nagre1, Pavan Kudale1, Suraj Munde1, Faruk Shaikh1, Jayashree Bansode1, Arti Mali1, Anvarasab Naregal2, Soloman Athawale3
1Final Year Basic B.Sc Nursing Students (2019-2020). Swatantra Senani Uttamraoji Patil Nursing College Aurangabad, Maharashtra India.
2Principal, Swatantra Senani Uttamraoji Patil Nursing College, Aurangabad.
3Lecturer, Dept of Medical and Surgical Nursing, Swatantra Senani Uttamraoji Patil Nursing College Aurangabad, Maharashtra India.
*Corresponding Author

Published In:   Volume - 12,      Issue - 1,     Year - 2022


ABSTRACT:
Aim: A study to assess the effectiveness of planned teaching programme on knowledge regarding the pubertal changes among the girls in selected primary school of rural area in Aurangabad district.” Objectives of the study. Ojectives: To assess the knowledge regarding the pubertal changes among the girls of primary school before planned teaching programme. To prepare and administer planned teaching programme regarding pubertal changes. To assess the knowledge regarding the pubertal changes among the girls of primary school after planned teaching programme. To evaluate the effectiveness of planned teaching programme on knowledge regarding the pubertal changes among the girls of primary school. To find out the association between the pre-test knowledge score with selected demographic variable. Methods: This pre- experimental study was conducted to evaluate effectiveness of planned teaching programme on knowledge regarding pubertal changes among the girls of selected primary school of rural area of Aurangabad district. Non probability convenient sampling technique was used for the sample collection of 50 girls studying in Z.P. Primary School, Bhalgaon, Aurangabad. The present study was evaluative in nature conducted our period of four weeks. The conceptual framework used for the study was based on modified open system theory. Result: In pre-test 28 (56%) participants had poor knowledge, 22 (44%) subjects had average knowledge and none of them participants had good knowledge regarding pubertal changes. In post test, 30 (60%) participants had average knowledge, 20 (40%) participants had good knowledge and none of them participants had poor knowledge regarding pubertal changes. The study proved the mean post test knowledge score (19.32) was greater than mean pre-test knowledge (9.68). The mean difference between pre-test and post-test score was (9.64). Paired t knowledge score is (13.71) was significant at 0.05% level hence research hypothesis H1 was accepted. This indicted that the planned teaching programme was effective in increasing the knowledge regarding pubertal changes among girls in selected primary school. Interpretation and Conclusion: The finding of study supported that the effectiveness of PTP in increasing the knowledge regarding the pubertal changes among the girls of selected primary school of rural area in Aurangabad District.


Cite this article:
Sanjay Nagre, Pavan Kudale, Suraj Munde, Faruk Shaikh, Jayashree Bansode, Arti Mali, Anvarasab Naregal, Soloman Athawale. Effectiveness of Planned Teaching Programme on knowledge regarding the pubertal changes among the girls. Asian Journal of Nursing Education and Research. 2022; 12(1):1-6. doi: 10.52711/2349-2996.2022.00001

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Sanjay Nagre, Pavan Kudale, Suraj Munde, Faruk Shaikh, Jayashree Bansode, Arti Mali, Anvarasab Naregal, Soloman Athawale. Effectiveness of Planned Teaching Programme on knowledge regarding the pubertal changes among the girls. Asian Journal of Nursing Education and Research. 2022; 12(1):1-6. doi: 10.52711/2349-2996.2022.00001   Available on: https://ajner.com/AbstractView.aspx?PID=2022-12-1-1


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