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Values in health care and well-being of nursing students: a quasi experimental study

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Kiranbir Kaur, Dr. Ghanshyam Tak and Dr. Suman Bala Sharma
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Abstract: 

Background of the study: Majority of nursing students face burnout symptoms both in academic and clinical settings due to high demands of training. This leads to an imbalance in the state of well-being status of nursing students and causes physical and psychological illnesses. There is a need to integrate proactive strategies in nursing training to promote the well-being of nursing students. Positivity module is a way to improve the skills of self-care in nursing students and have a direct effect on patient care in future. Objectives of the study: The aim of the study was to explore the extent to which the “values in health care” selected module intervention enhances well-being status of nursing students. Material and Methods: A quantitative research approach and Quasi-experimental research design were used. Non-probability convenient sampling technique was used to select 60 nursing students. Questionnaire method was used to collect data by Singh and Gupta Well-being scale. Values in healthcare selected module positivity were given to the experimental group for 2 consecutive days. The duration of intervention was 5-6 hours in a day and post-test was done on the 7th and 21st day. The data analysis was done with descriptive and inferential statistics. Results: The findings of the study reveals that during the pre-interventional assessment the majority of nursing students had average well-being of 76.66% in the experimental group and 50% in the control group. In post-interventional assessment after 7 days, the majority of nursing students in the experimental group were in high well-being 63.34% whereas in control group majority was in average well-being 76.66%. In post-interventional assessment after 21days, the majority of nursing students in the experimental group were in high well-being category (60%) whereas in the control group in average well-being 73.34%. There was statistically significant difference between pre interventional assessment and post-interventional assessment t=11.2336, df=29, p = <0.0001 well-being status after 7 days in the experimental group at 0.05 level of significance. There was statistically significant difference between pre interventional assessment and post-interventional assessment t=4.7355, df=29 well-being status after 21 days in the experimental group at 0.05 level of significance. There was no statistically significant difference between pre-interventional assessment and post-interventional assessment on well-being status in control group after 7 days and 21 days at 0.05 level of significance. Conclusion: This study concluded that values in health care selected module positivity was effective in enhancing the well-being status of nursing students.

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