Effectiveness of video assisted teaching module (V.A.T.M.) of adolescent girls menstrual problems in a girl’s high school
A semi exploratory investigation with pre and post-test without control gathering and test approach was embraced in Ankuli territory of Berhampur, Ganjam area from first April to fifteenth April 2014. Information were gathered from 50 juvenile young ladies, chosen by deliberate irregular inspecting system through organized poll calendar to survey the adequacy of video helped instructing module with respect to Menstrual issues and their medicinal measures. In light of discoveries of the examination it very well may be condensed as pursues. Most noteworthy rates (68%) of juvenile young ladies were had a place with the age gathering of 13 to 14 years. Larger part of (88%) immature young ladies were had a place with Hindu religion. Most elevated rate (72%) of juvenile had Nuclear family. Dominant part of pre-adult young ladies (80%) were had a place with urban network. Most elevated rate (72%) of immature young ladies got their menarche at the age of 11-12 years. Prior to execution of video helped showing module the pre-adult young ladies had normal learning (44.73%) on Menstrual issues and their healing measures. The all out mean score amid post-test was 23.46±2.12 which is 78.20% of the all out score uncovering great information and adequacy was observed to be 33.47%. Most elevated post-test mean score was 83.50% of the greatest score was acquired by the pre-adult young ladies for the region "Menstrual cleanliness". Most reduced mean KS (75.33%) was acquired for the region Menstrual issues. Very critical distinction was found among pre and post-test learning score(p<0.01). No huge affiliation was found between pre-test KS when contrasted with age, religion, sort of family, kind of network and time of menarche.
Laxmipriya Mishra. Effectiveness of video assisted teaching module (V.A.T.M.) of adolescent girls menstrual problems in a girl’s high school. Int J Adv Res Med Surg Nurs 2019;1(1):54-58. DOI: 10.33545/surgicalnursing.2019.v1.i1b.11