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Judgment- Education of the mothers of under five children will improve the knowledge regarding selected child welfare programmes in India 3. Related to mothers: 1. Judgment- Acquire and update their knowledge on child welfare programmes in India.
Action- Consent and readiness to learn and update knowledge. Mutual goal setting: To improve the knowledge of mothers of under five children regarding selected child welfare programmes in India. Reaction: Developing tool and structured teaching programme. Obtaining validity of the tool and structured teaching programme. Interaction: Pre-test, administration of structured teaching programme and post-test. Positive outcome: There will be significant improvement in knowledge of mothers of under five children on selected child welfare programmes in India.
Judgement: assess the learning needs and structures update the knowledge on selected child teaching Positive outcome welfare programmes in India programme Level of knowledge Significant improvement in knowledge Perception: need to gain knowledge on of mothers of under five children on selected child welfare programmes in selected child welfare programmes in India. Objective of the study was the impact of wholesome mid day meal program run by an Non Governmental Organization on the growth of the primary school students in rural area of Mathura district.
Methods were that intervention study involved children enrolled in Government run rural primary schools in Mathura district in Uttar Pradesh. A wholesome, nutritionally balanced Mid day meal provided by an Non Governmental Organization for the students in the 6 primary schools was selected as intervention group. Control group consisted of children in 8 schools which received locally prepared Mid day meal by village panchayats. Objective was to assess the effect of the Mid Day Meal Program on enrollment, attendance, dropout rate and retention rate in the schools and its impact on nutritional status as well as on school performance.
Design was Comparison by multistage random sampling. Subjects were primary school children, who are attending the school in the Mid day meal and non-Mid day meal areas. Results was a total of 2, children Mid day meal: ; Non-Mid day meal: from 60 schools were covered in the study.
Mid day meal program is associated with a better educational and nutritional status of school children in Karnataka. In , as per the supreme court orders, it became mandatory to give a mid day meal to all primary and later extended to upper primary school children studying in the government and government aided schools. This scheme benefitted million children in government assisted schools across India in , strengthening child nutrition and literacy.
One of the main goals of school lunch program is to promote the health and well-being of the Nation's children. The school meals have likely boosted the enrollment and attendance of the youngest primary school children, but their ability to affect the attendance and retention of older students is questionable. In addition, interview respondents reported the greatest impact from the mid-day meals in the most impoverished communities covered by the study. The objective of the Mid- Day Meals Scheme is to improve child nutrition as well as school attendance, yet approximately half of the parents interviewed reported that their children eat less at home as a result of the school meals.
Researcher examines the extent to which children benefit from the targeted public transfer. The study concluded that this program had a substantial effect on reducing hunger at school and protein-energy malnutrition. A total of 83 schools from three districts, 45 schools with program and 38 schools without program, were included in the study.
Results of the study showed that the educational component indicated improved attendance, increased retention rate with reduced dropout rates, and a marginal improvement in the scholastic performance. The study concluded that the nutritional component revealed better growth performance among the regular beneficiaries in the program.
The results indicated, after 14 months of supplementation, there was a significant increase in mean increments of height and weight scores in the supplemented group compared with the placebo group, Velocity of weight 3. A descriptive survey approach was used to conduct the study. The samples were 70 schools with Mid day meal. It undertook a survey in 70 most backward villages. The institute has surveyed that all the Schools which provides Mid day meal in Karnataka. The study report indicates that the Mid Day Meal scheme improved the school attendance in majority of the schools and reduced absenteeism, reduced dropout rate especially in the primary school stage.
In addition, the report says the mid day meal scheme has fostered a sense of sharing and fraternity and paved the way for social equity. Village level campaigns were organized to create awareness about health and nutrition issues related to children and women. In this study the information regarding utilization of ICDS facilities, socio-demographic details, general awareness, etc.
Results revealed that most of the children Parents of most of the children were illiterates The proportion of children utilizing ICDS services for more than 6 months ranged from 8. Age and sex of the children, education status of their parents and total attendance at the Anganwadi showed statistically significant relation with the degree of malnutrition. Sample was 15 Anganwadi workers and 30 parents who attended Anganwadi centres. It was done through interview schedules and observations.
Parents found these centres best in providing health, nutrition, and immunization and referral services, free of cost. Health cards were not given by the Anganwadi workers to the beneficiaries, but they maintained their records and registers and these were up to date. It was recommended that Health Cards should be provided to the beneficiaries so that they could keep a track of the health check-ups and immunization of their children.
Total non-enrolled children aged 2. It was found that Respondents mentioned that providing nutrition in the Anganwadi centre was for the growth of children Only Except A total of under-five children, children between months age, and women with an infant child were recruited for the study.
Prevalence of underweight among under-five children remained almost stagnant in the last one decade from This study concluded that this programme has good success rate. An action study was attempted to check out the status of integrated child development services in 65 Anganwadi centers from 12 blocks in 10 districts of the State.
The study concluded that that there is a big gap in proper implementation as well as monitoring system and accountability towards Integrated Child Development Services in the state. The presence of BCG scar was taken as evidence of vaccination. Modified Stegen-Jones scoring method was adopted for diagnosing Tuberculosis.
The hospital children with score of 7 were considered as tuberculosis cases. Children residing in the neighborhood of cases were similarly investigated and those scoring 4 were labeled as controls. A total of age-sex matched case-control pairs were identified and final analysis was confined to cases and controls after excluding children with doubtful BCG scar. Study design was population-based cross-sectional study.
Study subjects were children aged 12 months to 23 months. Sample size was in cluster sampling, 76 in lot quality assurance sampling. Statistical analysis: percentages and proportions, chi square test. Results were using cluster sampling, the percentage of completely immunized, partially immunized and unimmunized children were With lot quality assurance sampling, it was In this study an attempt was made to collect data on the attitude, belief and customs of mothers regarding occurrence of measles among children in a rural area in Jammu region.
Their views on the various aspects of the disease have been highlighted in this article. This study brings out the scope of health education of mothers is the eventual goal of eradicating measles in the country. Used cluster sampling methodology. They selected children aged months from 41 clusters and interviewed their mothers to collect information about vaccination status, socio-demographic factors, knowledge, attitude and practices.
In order to increase the vaccination coverage, all health facilities in the district need to be made functional for conducting immunization. Educating health workers and mothers about vaccination will also help increasing the vaccination coverage. It was also observed that the socioeconomic conditions were poor, with low quality, crowded housing, low level of literacy and few house hold with regular income.
This study was held in Delhi shows that The most common reasons of partial or non-immunization were improper knowledge about immunization or subsequent dose, lack of faith. Vaccine coverage for B. It was All were attending the pediatrics outpatient department of a large teaching hospital in New Delhi, India. The major reasons for non- immunization of the children were migration to a native village The immunization centre was located too far from their home 9.
The lack of awareness and fear of side effects constituted a small minority of reasons for non-immunization. Information was collected for about 19, children. The coverage levels were also lower for children of illiterate mothers and in small, inaccessible and tribal village.
The study concluded that further improvement may be achieved by targeting illiterate mothers, inaccessible and tribal areas and low performing states. The purpose of this descriptive study was to profile care givers who presented their children for vaccination at public health clinics regarding their level of understanding of childhood vaccine preventable diseases. The major findings of this preliminary study indicate a very low level of knowledge among careers presenting their child for vaccination at the public health clinic.
The study concluded that more knowledge about vaccination should be given to the care giver. The current study recognized a significant association between female gender, ill-literate mother, lower socio economic status, more than two children of under five years of age at home, under nutrition, Acute history of diarrhea, Measles, respiratory tract infection and sub clinical vitamin-A deficiency on uni variate analysis.
They interviewed mothers about child health status by using a standardized questionnaire. The nutritional status of children were estimated using mid upper arm circumference measurements. The results indicated that compared to children who did not receive supplements, children who received vitamin-A supplements regularly had less malnutrition, diarrhea and acute respiratory tract infections.
The objective of the study was to assess the incidence of symptoms related to Hyper vitaminosis. The results revealed that data was obtained in children. They found that vitamin-A supplementation can save lives. It is only a short term measures, what is needed is a multi strategy approach including short and long term strategies.
The study concluded that educational interventions should focus on basic vitamin-A Knowledge regarding sources as well as symptom of deficiency. Education should also emphasize increasing the variety of food rich in pro- vitamin-A carotetnoids grown in home garden. The result showed that of The study concluded that vitamin A deficiency is the single most important cause of childhood blindness and severe visual impairment in India and it needs education to the mothers about the sources of vitamin-A.
A total of children were examined in 13 blind schools in Delhi. The result showed with best correction, 22 3. The underlying cause of visual loss was undetermined in Retinal disorders seem to be increasing in importance while childhood disorders have declined over a period of 10 years. A total of pre- school children were examined for the presence of signs and symptoms of Vitamin-A Deficiency.
A sub-sample of them was used to estimate blood vitamin A levels. The result was the prevalence of Bitot's spots 1. It is the blue print projected by the researcher of the research study. This chapter describes the methodology adopted for the proposed study.
This includes research approach, research design, the setting, population, sample, sampling technique, sampling criteria, development of tool, pilot study, and procedure for data collection and plan for data analysis. The research approach helps the researcher to collect and analyse the data. It also suggests possible conclusions to be drawn from the data. The selection of research approach is a basic procedure for conducting research study.
In view of nature of the problem selected for the study and the objectives to be accomplished, evaluative research approach was considered as an appropriate research approach for the present study. It depicts the overall plan for organization of scientific investigation. Observations are to be made and different types of statistical analysis are used to interpret the Data. Research design provides back bone structure of the research study.
It determines how the study will be organized and the data will be collected and when intervention if any, are to be implemented. The research design selected for the present study was pre experimental with one group pre test and post test design. Here the pre test is conducted followed by structured teaching programme and then conducting the post test for the same group after 6 days. The pre- experimental design chosen for the study is as prescribed in the table.
T h e Convenient Pre Test Intervention Post Test Sample Mothers of under- Assessment of Administration of Assessment of p five children in knowledge Structured teaching knowledge r selected rural area regarding selected programme regarding selected e of Bangalore Child welfare child welfare - programmes programmes. The concepts that can take different quantitative values are called variables.
The variables for present study were; Independent variable: The independent variable is the condition or characteristic manipulated by the researcher. Dependent variable: The dependent variable is the condition or characteristic that appears or disappears as a result of independent variable. In this study the extraneous variables are age, religion, education, occupation, type of family, family monthly income, number of under five children, previous knowledge, Source of information.
The area Formal permission was obtained from the Administrative authorities for conduction of the study. The area was 30kms from R. R College of nursing. The criterion for selecting study setting is the availability of subject and feasibility of conducting the study. The target population in this study was the mothers of under five children. The accessible population in the study was the mothers of under five children who belonged to Tarabana halli, Hesarghatta PHC in Bangalore and who were present at time of conducting data.
The sample size for the present study is 60 mothers of under five children. A structured knowledge questionnaire was selected to collect the data on knowledge of mothers on selected child welfare programmes and. It was considered to be the most appropriate instrument to elicit response from mothers of under five children who are able to understand and read and write Kannada or English.
Review of literature Books, journals, newspaper, articles, published and unpublished research studies and internet search were used to develop the tool. Preparation of blue print The blue print of items pertains to the cognitive domains of learning. There are 40 knowledge items. A table of blue print is enclosed in Annexure-IX. Experts opinion from department of Child health nursing and Paediatric medicine.
This part of questionnaire consist of 9 items to find out the information from all patients about their age, education, occupation, type of family, family income, no. Each question is having four options from which instructions were clearly written to choose the best options.
Thus a total of 40 score were allotted for knowledge items. Scoring procedure Each item carries 1 mark for the correct answer and the wrong answer was given 0. Content validity of STP: The initial draft of STP was given to 8 experts, comprising of 6 nurse educators of child health department, 1 pediatric medicine, and 1 statistician.
The experts were requested to validate the STP and to give suggestion on the adequacy and relevance of content. A few evaluators asked to avoid long questions and simplify the language. The suggestions of the experts was incorporated in the tool and the STP was further modified and finalized under guidance of the guide and an arrangement was made to translate them to kannada. It consists of the following content such as, Mid day meal programme, Integrated child welfare programmes, National Immunization programme and Vitamin-A prophylaxis.
Content validity was done by 8 experts comprising of 6 nursing educators of child health department, 1 pediatric medicine, and 1 statistician. The experts were requested to give their opinions and suggestions regarding the relevance of the tool for further modification to improve the clarity and content of items.
The tool developed consisted of 9 items on personal data in section A. Based on the suggestions and opinions of the experts some modification was made in 2 questions. In section B, there were 40 items on knowledge about selected child welfare programmes in India.
Based on suggestions, the items were After considering the experts suggestion and modifications the tool was finalized and it consisted of 9 items on personal data and 40 items on knowledge about selected Child welfare programmes. The formulated plan was translated in Kannada without changing the meaning by a Kannada expert.
The tool after validation was subjected to test for its reliability. PILOT STUDY: The pilot study is a small preliminary investigation of the same general character on the major study, which designed to acquaint the researcher with problems that can be corrected in preparation for large projects or is done to provide the researcher with an opportunity to try out procedure for collecting data.
Permission was obtained from the medical officer PHC , Hesargatta. The samples for the pilot study possessed the same characteristics as that of the samples for the final study. In first phase, self administered questionnaire about the knowledge on selected child welfare programmes pre-test was conducted among six mothers of under five children with instruction to complete it. The structured teaching program was conducted on the same day. The mothers of under five children were asked to attend carefully.
The post-test was carried out on the sixth day by the same structured knowledge questionnaire for evaluating the effectiveness of the STP on selected child welfare programmes. The average duration for each sample was minutes. The data was analyzed by using descriptive and inferential statistics. Hence the tool was found to be feasible for the main study. Procedure for data collection: Investigator personally visited each respondent, interacted with the mothers of under- five children and explained the purpose of the study and ascertained the willingness of participants.
The respondents were assured anonymity and confidentiality of the information provided by them. The investigator collected the data from 60 mothers of under five children. The purpose of the study was explained, self introduction was given by the investigator to the subjects.
The investigator assured confidentiality of the responses and the data was collected. Written consent was obtained from the subjects to participate in the study. Pre test: Pre-test was conducted on 10 days by morning and afternoon sessions by structured knowledge questionnaire. The number of participants ranges from 5 — 6 members on each day. The patients were instructed to attend the tool carefully and give the appropriate answers according to their knowledge. Implementation of structured teaching programme: On the same day after the pre-test, STP was given to the subjects to assess the knowledge regarding selected child welfare programmes.
Flash cards, charts were used as visual aids to facilitate easy understanding. After the session the sample was informed about the tentative date for post test. Post test: Post-test was conducted with the same questionnaire on the sixth day of the pre-test. A good rapport was maintained throughout the data collection procedure.
The investigator found no difficulty during data collection. No ethical issues raised by conducting this study. Prior permission was obtained from Medical Officer of Hesargatta village, Bangalore for the main study. Oral and written consent was obtained from the study samples. Explanation was given regarding purpose of the study. The subjects were informed that the confidentiality of the data will maintained. The subjects were informed that their participation was purely on the voluntary basis and they can withdraw from the study at any time.
RESULTS This chapter deals with the analysis of data collected to evaluate the effectiveness of structured teaching programme on selected Child welfare programmes in India among mothers of under five children. Analysis of data was a process by which quantitative information is reduced, organized, summarized, evaluated, interpreted and communicated in meaningful way.
The analysis and interpretation of data of this study was based on data collected by structured knowledge questionnaire on selected child welfare programmes in India among mothers of under five children. The results were computed using descriptive and inferential statistics based on the objectives of the study.
The data are analyzing and interpreting using descriptive and inferential statistics. The data were presented under the following headings- Section I: Analysis of demographic characteristics of the subjects Section II: Analysis of assessment of the existing knowledge regarding selected child welfare programmes in India. Section III: Analysis of effectiveness of structured teaching programme on selected child welfare programmes in India among mothers of under five children.
Section IV: Analysis on association between knowledge on child welfare programmes in India among mothers of under five children with selected demographic variables. Distribution of mothers of under five children according to age of mothers Sl no.
Demographic variable Character No. Age 26 Distribution of subjects according to age group 50 Shows distribution of mothers of under-five children according to their educational status. Sl no. Primary School 18 Educational status b. C 12 Table-3 shows distribution of mothers of under five children according to their religion Sl no.
Religion a. Hindu 48 Muslim 7 Christian 4 6. Distribution of subjects according to religion Shows distribution of mothers of under-five children according to occupation Sl no. Occupation a. House wife 49 Self employees 6 Private employees 3 5. Distribution of subjects according to occupation Shows distribution of mothers of under-five children according to type of family. Demographic Character No. Type of family Nuclear 51 Distribution of subjects according to type of family Extented Joint 3.
Shows distribution of mothers of under-five children according to family income. Demographic S. Family income 21 Shows distribution of mothers according to number of under-five children. Number of under- five children Two 17 Shows distribution of mothers of under-five children according to had previous knowledge regarding child welfare programmes S.
Shows distribution of mothers under-five children according to source of information. Out of 60 mothers of under five children 44 Mid day meal 9 3. Integrated Child 10 3. National Immunization 11 4. Vitamin-A prophylaxis 10 3. Over all 40 Regarding the Mid day meal programme the mean score was 3.
Regarding Integrated child development scheme, mean score was 3. Regarding National immunization programme the mean score was 4. Regarding Vitamin-A prophylaxis the mean score was 3. It evident that there is gross inadequacy of knowledge regarding prevention of skin disorders among mothers of under five children. Mean knowledge on selected child welfare programmes before STP Aspects of knowledge Max.
Mid day meal programme 9 7. Integrated Child Development Scheme 10 National Immunization programme 11 Vitamin-A prophylaxis programme 10 8. Regarding Mid day meal programme, mean score was 7. Regarding Integrated child development scheme, mean score was 8.
Regarding Vitamin-A prophylaxis, mean score was 8. The overall mean score was It evident that there is an increase in the mean score after the administration of structured teaching programme. Mean percentage of knowledge on selected child welfare programmes after STP Moderately adequate 16 Adequate 0 0.
Total 60 In the post-test majority 41 The data presented in table 14 and figure 16 draws that out of 60 mothers of under five children 44 In post- test 41 Here H1 is accepted. So there will be significant difference between pre test and post test of knowledge scores on selected child welfare programmes in India among of mothers under five children at 0.
Table- Mean and SD of knowledge on selected child welfare programme among mothers of under five children before and after STP. This indicates that inadequate knowledge score was obtained on selected child welfare programme in the pre test.
The findings also indicate the impact of intervention programme was statistically significant at 0. Therefore the findings reveal that the knowledge of the mothers of under five children improved after administration of structured teaching programme. Mean percentage of knowledge on selected child welfare programmes among mothers of under five children before and after STP Mean Aspects of knowledge difference t-test Table no score difference enhancement value value- 1.
The above table 16 represents the comparison of pre and post test knowledge and statistical significance regarding selected child welfare programmes in India among mothers of under five children. The findings indicate that with regard to knowledge variable, on Mid day meal programme aspect, the percentage of mean difference enhancement score obtained was The percentage of mean difference enhancement score for knowledge variable on ICDS programme was In relation to National immunization programme, the percentage of mean difference enhancement was With regard to Vitamin-A prophylaxis, the percentage of mean difference enhancement obtained was Overall knowledge, the percentage of mean difference enhancement was It is evident that the structured teaching programme is significantly effective in improving the knowledge regarding selected child welfare programmes among mothers of under five children.
Mean percentage of knowledge on selected child welfare programmes in India among mothers of under five children before and after STP The outcome revealed that 26 respondents belongs to the age group of years the percentage of Analysis revealed that 4 respondents belong to the age group of years. The chi-square value for the age group is 2. In educational status majority of respondents are having high school education 25 with the percentage of Primary education respondents are 18 with the percentage of Graduate and above respondents are 5 with the percentage of 8.
No formal education respondents is only one with the percentage of 1. The chi-square value for the educational status is Muslim respondents the percentage of Christians were 4 represented with the percentage of 6. Others constitute 1 with the percentage of 1. The chi-square value for religion is 4. In case of occupation most of the respondents are 49 house wife with the percentage of The chi-square value for the occupational status is 5.
The chi-square value for the type of family is 2. The chi- square value is 3. With reference to the number of under five children majority of the respondents 39 have one child i. Analysis revealed that 4 respondents have three children i.
The chi-square value for the number of under five children is 0. The chi-square value for previous knowledge on selected child welfare programme is 8. The chi- square value for the source of information on selected child welfare programmes is 8. The analysis revealehat there is significant association established between education status of the under five mothers, previous knowledge and the source of information and the knowledge level among mothers of under five children.
And the remaining variables like age, religion, occupation, type of family, monthly family income, number of under five children and the source of information found to be non significant. Hence that stated research hypothesis H2: There is significant association between the pre test knowledge level of knowledge regarding selected child welfare programmes and selected socio demographic variables are accepted for educational status of the mothers with chi-square value of Summary: This chapter dealt with the analysis and interpretation of data collected to evaluate the effectiveness of structured teaching program regarding selected child welfare programmes in India among mothers of under five children.
Hence her knowledge regarding selected child welfare programmes in India is influenced by various factors such as, The present study was intended to evaluate the effectiveness of structured teaching programme on knowledge regarding selected child welfare programmes in India among the mothers of under five children in selected rural area, Bangalore. In order to achieve the objectives of the pre experimental design was adopted and convenient sampling technique was used to select the sample.
The data was collected from 60 respondents by using a questionnaire over a period of 4 weeks. Findings of the study: The findings were discussed under the following headings, demographic characteristics, objectives and testing of hypothesis. To assess the existing knowledge on selected child welfare programme in India among mothers of under five children.
To find the effectiveness of structured teaching programme regarding selected child welfare programmes in India among mothers of under five in terms of pre test and post test. To determine the association between the knowledge scores of mothers of under five children with selected demographic variables. Educational status indicates that majority of respondents 25 Occupational status indicates that majority of respondents 49 To assess the pre test knowledge on selected child welfare programmes in India among mothers of under five children.
In present study out of 60 mothers of under five children 44 The mean value before STP is A study conducted on Child welfare programs and child nutrition in a mandated school meal program in India. He examines the extent to which children benefit from the targeted public transfer. To develop structured teaching programme on selected child welfare programmes in India among the mothers of under five children. Development of STP was done on the basis of objectives, knowledge of mothers of under five children and according to their living needs and also their valuable suggestions given by the experts.
Then content of the tool was divided into sub topics. STP was conducted after informing the 60 samples, the time and date was fixed for conducting for structured teaching programme. The selected content was organized under following headings.
A study conducted to assess the knowledge, attitude and beliefs about measles and vaccination coverage in a rural area. In this study an attempt was made to collect data on the attitude, belief and customs of mothers regarding occurrence of measles among children in a rural area. To assess the post test knowledge on selected child welfare programmes in India among the mothers of under five children Out of 60 subjects 19 The mean value after STP is A study was conducted on supplementation on health and nutritional status of schoolchildren: growth and morbidity to evaluate the effect of a micronutrient-fortified beverage on growth and morbidity in apparently healthy schoolchildren.
A study was conducted to assess the relationship between low socio economic status and immunization of children. Simple study like this one should be the first step in community child welfare to effectively reduce the under five child mortality and morbidity. A study conducted to compare vitamin-A supplementation status of children age months to the prevalence of vitamin deficiency disease, mal-nutrition, diarrhea and acute respiratory tract infections with the help of trained female community health worker.
To determine the association between pretest knowledge score and the selected demographic variables among mothers of under five children. Association of demographic variables with pre test level of knowledge as represented in Table 17 showed that there was no significant association between the level of knowledge and variables such as age, religion, occupation, type of family, monthly family income, number of under five children and education, previous knowledge and the source of information found to be significant.
A study conducted to assess the nutritional status of children in relation to utilization of ICDS during their early childhood. Summary: This chapter dealt with the discussion of the major findings of the study. The findings were presented based on the objectives and hypothesis. The focus of this study to assess the effectiveness of structured teaching programme on knowledge regarding the selected child welfare programmes in India among the mothers of under five children in selected rural areas, Bangalore District.
A pre experimental design and evaluative approach was used in the study. The data collected from 60 samples through convenient sampling technique. The conclusion drawn from the study is as follows: The majority of mothers of under five children willingly participated in the study. The mothers of under five children had some knowledge about selected child welfare programmes in India.
The study based on the M. It provides a comprehensive systematic frame work for effectiveness of structured teaching programme to assess the knowledge on selected child welfare programmes in India among mothers of under five children.
Further, the conclusions were drawn on the basis of the findings of the study include, 1. Knowledge of mothers of under five children regarding selected child welfare programme was inadequate before the administration of structured teaching programme. Overall knowledge scores of mothers of under five were found to be The structured teaching programme was effective in increasing the knowledge of mothers of under five children i.
There was statistically significant association found between the educational status of mothers, previous knowledge and source of information and the remaining variables found to be non significant. The findings of the study: The findings of the study revealed that there was a marked increase in overall knowledge level scores The overall improvement in the mean score was Thus the structured teaching programme was significantly effective in improving the knowledge among mothers of under five children.
Nursing practice: Present study would help the nurses to understand the knowledge of mothers of under five children regarding selected child welfare programmes in India. Nursing education: As a nurse educator, there are abundant opportunities for nursing professionals as well as their family member regarding selected child welfare programmes in India.
Sc nursing provide information and experience in health education. The study emphasizes the significance of education for nurses with advanced knowledge regarding selected child welfare programmes in India should be organized. Nursing administration: The administration should take active part in the health policy making. The nursing administrator can mobilize the available resource personnel towards the health education of mothers of under five children regarding selected child welfare in India.
Nurse should come forward to take up unsolved questions in the field of child welfare programmes in India to carry out studies and publish them for the benefit of patients, public and nursing fraternity. The public and private agencies should also encourage in this field through materials and funds. SUMMARY: This chapter dealt with the findings of the study related to demographic characteristics and knowledge on selected child welfare programmes in India among the mothers of under five children.
This chapter includes the major implication of the study in nursing area as nursing practice, nursing education, nursing administration and nursing research. The sample selected for the study were 60 samples and self- administered questionnaire was used to collect data and to assess the knowledge of mothers of under five children before and after administration of the structured teaching programme. The questionnaire consists of tool I and tool II. The study was conducted in Hesargatta area, Bangalore.
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