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Staff nurses knowledge regarding nursing diagnosis

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Anitha Victoria Noronha, Nisha P Nair, Blessymol T M, Jisna Jose, Laxmi Wasti and Sruthi Pramod
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Nursing process is a critical thinking process that professional nurse used to apply the best available evidence to care giving and promoting human function and response to health and illness. It is the fundamental blue print for how to care for patients. The nursing process is also standard of practice, which when followed correctly protects nurse against legal problems related to nursing care. Nursing diagnosis is a clinical judgement about individual, family or community response to actual or potential health problem or life processes. Nursing diagnosis provides the basis for selection of nursing intervention to achieve outcomes for which the nurse is accountable. Aims and objectives: The study was aimed to assess the knowledge regarding nursing diagnosis among staff nurses, to determine the effectiveness of structured teaching programme regarding nursing diagnosis among staff nurses and to find out the association between level of knowledge regarding nursing diagnosis of staff nurses and their selected personal variables. Approach and design: Pre experimental one group pre test post test was used Sample and sampling criteria: The samples consist of 60 staff nurses who are working in medine,surgery and critical care units in JSS Hospital, Mysuru were seleccted by non probability convenient sampling technique. Tools and techniques: Tools consit of proforma for selected personal variables, self administered structured knowledge questionnaire and Structured Teachinng Proogramme regarding nursing diagnosis. Results: Descriptive and inferential statistics were used to analyze the data.Findings in the present study shows that majority 28 (46%) of staff nurses participated in the study belongs to the age group 26-30 years. The majority 40 (66.6%) of staff nurses were females and 20 (33.3%) were males.The majority 23 (38.3%) of staff nurses having 4-7 years of experience, 21 (35%) of staff nurses are having 1-3 years of experiences, 13 (21.6%) of staff nurses are having 8-11 years of experience and three (5%) are having more tthan 12 years oof experience.And majority 31 (51.6%) of staff nurses were attended inservice education.The mean difference between the mean pre test and mean post test knowledge scoore was 7.33 with a standard deviation differences for 0.14. The pre test knowledge score, the median value was 13.2 and post test knowledge score was 21.25. The paired 't' test 10.94 ,which was significant at 0.05 level of significance and it could be interfere that the post test knowledge score of staff nurses who attended the structured teaching programme regarding nursing diagnosis was significantly higher than their mean pre test knowledge score. The computed Chi-square value of association between the pre test level of knowledge of staff nurses was found to be statistically significant at 0.05 level for educational qualification. Conclusion: Post test knowledge score of staff nurses who attended the structured teaching programme regarding nursing diagnosis was significantly higher than their mean pre test knowledge score. It shows that Structured Teaching Programme was efffective in improving the knowledge of staff nurses regarding nursing diagnosis.

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