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Effectiveness of sim on knowledge and attitude regarding harmful effect of alcohol use among industrial workers in selected industries of erode district, Tamilnadu

Author: 
Manikandan, V.
Subject Area: 
Physical Sciences and Engineering
Abstract: 

Background of the study: Alcohol has now turned into a typical word in the Indian culture. Research in the previous couple of years has indisputably shown that about one out of 3 male grown-ups devour liquor. A lot of the general wellbeing load originates from inebriated conduct, bringing about mishaps, savagery and other social results. It has discovered that outrage goes about as a fundamental driver for a drunkard's barbarous conduct. In this way to keep the zonal territories calmly, it is important to learn and use outrage administration procedures for liquor subordinate patients. Methods: A evaluatory approach with one group pre-test post-test design was used for the study. The sample consisted of 50 Industrial workers working in selected industries, selected by non-probability convenient sampling technique. Data was collected by structured knowledge questionnaire and rating scales on harmful effects of alcohol use. After collecting demographic data and conducting the pre-test, self-instructional module was given to the subjects. Seven days after post-test was conducted using the same structured knowledge questionnaire used for collecting the pre-test. The collected data was analyzed by using descriptive and inferential statistics. Results: The result showed the significant difference suggesting that the SIM was effective in increasing the knowledge of the Industrial workers (t =31.19). The mean post-test knowledge score was (23.2) higher than the mean pre-test knowledge scores (11.96). There was no association between the pre-test knowledge scores and the selected demographic variables like age, gender, religion, work experience, type of industries and association between educational levels. Interpretation and conclusion: The findings of the study showed that the knowledge of the industrial workers was not satisfactory before the introduction of self instructional module, helped them to learn more about avoidance of alcohol. The post-test knowledge scores showed significant gain in knowledge. Hence the self instructional module was an effective strategy for providing information and improving the knowledge of subjects. Educating the industrial workers will help them to improve the knowledge.

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