Journal of Nursing Science Practice, Research and Advancements
EISSN : 2582-7847
Published by: MAT Journals (A unit of ARV Infomedia Pvt. Ltd.) (10.46610)
Total articles ≅ 5
Articles in this journal
Published: 6 June 2022
Journal of Nursing Science Practice, Research and Advancements, Volume 4, pp 1-5; https://doi.org/10.46610/jnspra.2022.v04i02.001
Aim: To assess handwashing practices among nurses working in COVID-19 Ward in Selected hospital of Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh. Method: The research design selected for study was descriptive research design. The study was conducted in GIMS hospital, Uttar Pradesh. Total sample comprises of 40 staff Nurses. The instrument to generate the necessary data was checklist for assessing the knowledge of Staff Nurses regarding hand washing practices in COVID-19 ward. Results: out of 42 nurses who were working in COVID-19 ward, 24 (57.14%) were doing good practice and 18 (42.85%) having adequate practice of hand washing and none of them had poor practice for hand washing. Conclusion: The result of the study reflects that Most of the Nurses has good practice regarding hand washing in COVID-19 ward.
Published: 29 May 2022
Journal of Nursing Science Practice, Research and Advancements, Volume 4, pp 37-39; https://doi.org/10.46610/jnspra.2022.v04i01.006
Nurses Who are at nucleus of this unfamiliar pandemic, face many challenges, like caring for Covid-19 Clients, minimizing spread of infection, shortage of Personnel protective Equipment’s, suspected clients, lack of public support, too much of information and establishing different strategies and plans.
Published: 29 September 2021
Journal of Nursing Science Practice, Research and Advancements, Volume 3; https://doi.org/10.46610/jnspra.2021.v03i02.006
Introduction: This decade considered to be the most horrible and challenging decades ever seen, in spite of many preexisting challenges and problems the whole world suffers from an unknown and new health issue in the name of CORONA famously reffered as COVID-19. This corona Virus Disease 2019 was sudden outbreak in one of the cities of china called WUHAN in 2019. Methods and Materials: The study was conducted by using a carefully defined tool of demographic variables and a set of knowledge questionnaire. The 230 samples responded accordingly and the scores were given for the correct responses. Results and Findings: The result of the research was based on the statistical analysis and interpretation of the results. Among the 230 samples near half of the samples (n=114) has knowledge below median (49.56%) and (n=116) has knowledge more than median score (50.43). the median score was 14. The range was set from 4-25. The minimum score taken by the samples is 4 and the maximum was 25. Hence this research strongly support that the nursing students need to have a evidenced based knowledge training sessions in their respective educational institutions to promote the public towards vaccination against covid-19. There was no significant association was found with selected demographical variables. Conclusion: The human race suffered a strange and deadliest disease called COVID-19 in this decade. After successful and researchful evidences the world and India come up with a great precautionary act called vaccines to the covid-19. The health care worker faced a problem in understanding the vaccine efficacy and the truth about the vaccines. so researcher found extreme need of identifying the knowledge of student nurses regarding the covid vaccines. By this researcher strongly suggest the training of nursing students regarding vaccines.
Published: 29 August 2020
Introduction: Good health is rightly regarded as a treasure. Our physical, economic and social well-being is directly related to it. In an age when someone believe that he/she has the tools to conquer most of the diseases, the myth of ancient scourge related to Tuberculosis (TB) still causes approx 2 million deaths every year, more than any other single infectious organism, reminding us that we still have a long way to go. Even we have dots therapy to treat TB effectively; we are powerless to eradicate this lethal infection. TB is not only a problem for the person suffering from it or their own families but a public health problem of the entire world. It is a barrier to social – economic development and the greatest burden of tuberculosis incidence and mortality in India is in adults aged 15 – 60 years which include the most productive members of society. The Government of India has launched program, to control TB in India in 1993 named as Revised National Tuberculosis Control Program (RNTCP) and adopted the internationally recommended Directly Observed Treatment Short course therapy (DOTS), mainly focused on providing free sputum smear microscopic test for identification as well as high quality drugs to treat AFB free of cost. Tuberculosis is the second most leading cause of deaths worldwide after HIV/STD infections. Roughly 13.2 million (new and old cases), new cases 9.2 million every year is affected globally. About 1/3rd of the world’s population is infected with mycobacterium tuberculi. Approximately one in every 10 of these people will develop symptoms of TB, which is mainly consist of chronic cough, severe weight loss, diaphoresis and progressive irreversible pulmonary damage. TB has not got the requisite attention because it is a disease of the poor and the downtrodden, which do not have adequate influence with policy makers. Current detection and cure rates: - The detection rate in the state of Delhi is 296 per 100,000 populations. (Ref - Annual report, RNTCP program, Govt. of India-2008).Operation ASHA’s detection rate is 360 per 100,000. Covering 50% of all the TB patients in South Delhi, and the government and remaining NGOs are treating the rest.Objectives1) To assess the knowledge about drug compliance on DOTS therapy among TB patients attending DOTS centre in selected hospital, Gurgaon.2) To find out the association between the knowledge with socio-demographical variables.Material and Methods: Descriptive research design was used to assess the knowledge about drug compliance on DOTS therapy among TB patients attending DOTS centre in selected hospital, Gurgram. Convenient sampling technique was used to select 60 TB patients of District Hospital, Gurgaon, Budhera. Informed written consent was taken from each student. Result: The finding of the study revealed that Reveals that mean knowledge score is 15.22 approx., median is 15 and SD is 3.1 approx. Conclusion: On the basis of total mean knowledge score it inferred that knowledge score about drug compliance on DOTS therapy among TB patients attending DOTS centre was good
Published: 8 July 2020
Coronavirus Disease 2019 (CoVid-19) has been foreshadowed as the obscure demon, the devil of death, an obstinate and insensitive aggressor that has filled the global community with anxiety by infecting a potentially lethal illness. Isolation or quarantining people, a mark of the devastating Covid-19 epidemic, places unique and severe pressures on the public. Balancing our emotional quotient during an epidemic will help us think clearly and react accordingly to the urgent needs to protect our self and our family. Understanding the Importance of lockdown, Detach from Social Media, Workout and Healthy Food Habits, Focus on Facts, Reject Rumours will help us to cope up with stress. Parents must know their children emotional status and react according to their necessity. Community representatives can recognize the depressed person and bring up them to the nearby health centres. Helping others cope with their stress can also make our community stronger.