Effectiveness of Training Program Regarding Gullian Baree Syndrome Maneuver on Pediatric Nurses’ Knowledge and Practices
Keywords:Guillain Barre Syndrome, Nurses’ Knowledge and Practices
Background: Guillain-Barre syndrome is an acquired inflammatory polyneuropathy characterized by
rapidly progressive symmetrical flaccid limb weakness and a reflexia.
Design. A quasi-experimental design was used to guide this study. The study included a sample of 30 nurses
who work at pediatric intensive care and neurology unit in Assuit University Children Hospital.
Data were collected using a questionnaire and an observation checklist, used in pre-post testing to measure
the effectiveness of the training program among nurses.
Results: The study revealed deficiency in pre-intervention nurses’ knowledge and practices. Statistically
significant improvements on knowledge and practices were demonstrated at the post-intervention time for
the studied nurses. Statistically significant relations were shown between knowledge and practices among
Conclusion: Implementation of the training program significantly improved nurses’ knowledge and practice.
More experienced and aged nurses had better knowledge.
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