Study to Assess the Knowledge and Attitude Regarding Nursing Profession among Professional College Teachers in Karad
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Research Paper | Medicine Science | India | Volume 3 Issue 4, April 2014

Study to Assess the Knowledge and Attitude Regarding Nursing Profession among Professional College Teachers in Karad

Mahesh B. Chendake, Vaishali R. Mohite, Manisha C. Gholap

TITLE OF PRESENTATION- Study to assess the knowledge and attitude towards nursing profession among professional college teachers in Karad. AIMS & OBJECTIVES: To assess the knowledge & attitude of teachers towards nursing profession. To find the association between knowledge and attitude towards nursing profession with selected demographic variables. To find the co-relationship between knowledge and attitude towards nursing profession. SETTING & DESIGN Professional colleges present in Karad city, Descriptive survey design METHODOLOGY Sample size: 219 Purposive Sampling Technique Tool: Part 1- Socio - demographic data Part 2- Knowledge questionnaire-13 Part 3- Attitude questionnaire -12 Plan for analysis: Coding, computing of data by excel & statistical analysis by Instat. RESULTS Mean, median of knowledge& attitude: 9.81, 10, 30.04, 30 Demographic data: Age group 20-23yrs.-135 (61.64 %).Sex female-117 (53.42 %). Educational status- post graduate-138 (63.01 %). Hindu religion-204 (93.15 %). Marital status- married-128 (58.44 %). Type of family- Joint-141 (64.38 %). Income- above 20000/PM-86 (39.44 %). Place of residence-Rural-84 (38.35 %). present post-Teacher-190 (86.75 %). Year of experience- Less than five year-153 (31.09 %) Knowledge& attitude- correct response of the knowledge scale-2150 (75.51 %) Grading of knowledge-excellent -132 (60.72 %). Grading of Attitude scale-excellent -137 (62.55 %). Significant association-Type of family with knowledge Chi square: 48.498, DF 4, P value <.0001. Correlation (Pearson r) - Correlation coefficient- (r) 0.3046, The two tailed P value is <0.0001, considered extremely significant. CONCLUSION-Overall knowledge excellent & attitude positive. There is significant correlation between knowledge & attitude.

Keywords: Nursing profession, knowledge, attitude, professional college teachers

Edition: Volume 3 Issue 4, April 2014

Pages: 886 - 890

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Mahesh B. Chendake, Vaishali R. Mohite, Manisha C. Gholap, "Study to Assess the Knowledge and Attitude Regarding Nursing Profession among Professional College Teachers in Karad", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/search_index_results_paperid.php?id=20131656, Volume 3 Issue 4, April 2014, 886 - 890

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