Assessment of Nurses’ Knowledge toward Nursing Intervention for Eye Trauma at Baghdad Teaching Hospitals
Keywords:Knowledge, intervention, nurses, Eye Injuries
Abstract: Nurses in emergency care for eye trauma usually concentrate on life threatening issues which are emergency in most situations that lead to little concern of the less emergency issues like eye problems even it is serious problem. Objectives: Assessment of Nurses’ Knowledge toward Nursing Intervention for Eye Trauma and to find out a relationship between nurses knowledge with some variables such as (educational level, year of experience in hospital, training course).Methodology: A descriptive study was conducted in the period of December 10th 2017 up to the end of 5th May 2018. The sample consisted of (100) nurses who were systematically selected one by one. The data collected was analyzed using SPSS version 17.0. Results: The majority of the study were female who accounted for (59%) of the total participants while male constituted (41%). Most of the study participants (32%) were ages over 41 years old. (43%) of the nurses were Nursing high school graduate. Seventy eight percent of the nurses were married and fourth eight percent were barely sufficient. Majority (83%) of nurses had training course. Conclusions: Findings of study demonstrate that, nurses have good knowledge about eyes Trauma.
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