Study to Assess the Effectiveness of Structured Teaching Programme on Hospice and Palliative Care among Nursing Students
Keywords:Effectiveness, structured teaching programme/STP, hospice, palliative care, nursing students
Context: Patient and family who are confronting the issues of life threatening diseases achieves personal
gratification through palliative care.
Aim: The primary goal of the investigation was to determine the adequacy of “structured teaching
programme” on hospice and palliative care amidst nursing students.
Setting: Quasi experimental study was conducted in Kular College of Nursing, Kishangarh.
Methods and material: “Non-probability-convenience sampling technique was utilized to select sample.
60 subjects were selected for the study. Self structured knowledge questionnaire was used for data collection.
Results: The outcomes indicated that pre test mean score” was 16.86 & standard deviation was 3.1 while
“post-test mean score” was 23.46 & standard deviation was 4.14.
Conclusion: “Structured Teaching programme” was efficacious in enhancing knowledge of nursing students.
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