Abstract
EFFECTIVENESS OF STRUCTURE TEACHING PROGRAMME ONKNOWLEDGE AND PRACTICES REGARDING ADMINISTRATION OF ORAL MEDICATION AMONG STAFF NURSES

*Komal Jain, Dhanamma Pujari, Jeba B., Chandbibi Pathan, Salim Shaikh, Pravesh Shukla, Dr. Sharadha Ramesh (Director and Professor) and Dipali Dumbre (Tutor)

ABSTRACT

Some staff nurses may seem to literally do not have knowledge about administration of oral medication. This study focuses on to check the effectiveness of structure teaching programme on knowledge and practices regarding administration of oral medication. Total numbers of 40 staff nurses their knowledge and practices were assessed through the pre-test and post-test. This pre experimental pretest postest design conducted to assess the knowledge and practices of staff nurses about administration of oral medication. Objectives: 1. To assess the preinterventional knowledge and practice regarding administration of oral medication. 2. To assess the effectiveness of structure teaching programme regarding administration of oral medication. Methodology: In the present study, Quantitative research approach is applied and pre experimental, one group pretest postestonly design is used. The settingof the study was selected hospital of Pune. The sample size for pilot study was 30, selected byusing Non probability convenient Sampling Technique. The structured questionnaire andobservation checklist were administered. Result: The result shows that mean post-test practice score (9.8) of the staff nurse regarding administration of oral medication are significantly higher than their mean pre-test practice scores (8.475). In order to find out the significant difference between the mean score of pre and post-test practice score of the staff nurses regarding administration of oral medication, paired ‘t’ test was computed. The calculated value is higher than the table value, the p value (.002383 p≤.05) is less than .05. Thus, the null hypothesis was rejected, and the research hypothesis was accepted. Hence the researcher concluded that change of practice is not by chance but by structured teaching programme on administration of oral medication.

Keywords: Effectiveness, structure teaching programme, knowledge and practices, administration of oral medication, staff nurses.


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