Effectiveness of video assisted teaching programme on knowledge regarding non pharmacological pain relieving intervention for children among staff nurses in selected hospital

Sreelekha Rajesh

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The purpose of the study is to assess effectiveness of video assisted teaching program on knowledge regarding non pharmacological pain relieving intervention for children in selected hospital. A structured questionnaire is used to assess the knowledge of the staff nurse regarding non pharmacological pain relieving interventions for children in selected hospitals. In the pre-test more than half (53.3%) of the staff nurses had average knowledge, 40% of them had poor knowledge and 6.7% had good knowledge regarding non-pharmacological pain relieving interventions before the video assisted teaching program,  but in the post test there was significant improvement in the knowledge scores 80 % of nurses had good knowledge. None of the demographic variables was found to have significant association with knowledge of the staff nurses. Hence the video assisted teaching regarding non pharmacological pain relieving interventions for children is effective in rendering knowledge and bringing awareness.


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