International Journal of Advance Research in Medical Surgical Nursing
2021, Vol. 3, Issue 2, Part A
Effectiveness of planned teaching program regarding knowledge related medication error among staff nurses in selected hospitals of Ahmedabad
Dr. Hari Mohan Singh, Vijesh Patel, Susan Misquitta, Lyju Vargish and Latha P
A Quantitative Research Approach and true experimental research design was use to assess the knowledge of Staff nurses regarding medication error. 30 Staff nurses were chosen as samples for conducting the study. The main objective of study was to assess the knowledge regarding medication error among staff nurses in selected hospitals of Ahmedabad, before and after provision of planned teaching program. Investigator prepared questionnaires on medication error and this tool is divided in to two sections: Section I is Demographic variables which include age, gender, education and Section II consist self – structured questionnaires regarding medication error. A structured questionnaire was used to assess the knowledge of people in order to achieve the objective of the study. Data gathered from the survey was analyzed and interpreted using true experimental study. The mean of knowledge regarding medication error of Staff nurses in pretest is 13.23 whereas the mean of posttest, after the planned teaching programme was administered came to be 19.8. The calculated ‘t’ value was 8.09262 and 3.83 for the study conducted. Hence there was no evidence against null hypothesis. The result strongly suggests that Staff nurses were well acquainted with the knowledge regarding medication error after the provision of planned teaching programme.
Dr. Hari Mohan Singh, Vijesh Patel, Susan Misquitta, Lyju Vargish, Latha P. Effectiveness of planned teaching program regarding knowledge related medication error among staff nurses in selected hospitals of Ahmedabad. Int J Adv Res Med Surg Nurs 2021;3(2):06-08.