A Study to Assess Correlation between Increase in Satisfaction and Decrease of Postnatal Nursing Problems after Implementation of Comprehensive Postnatal Nursing Strategies by Nurses among Postnatal Mother in Selected Hospital Bangalore
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Research Paper | Nursing | India | Volume 7 Issue 8, August 2018

A Study to Assess Correlation between Increase in Satisfaction and Decrease of Postnatal Nursing Problems after Implementation of Comprehensive Postnatal Nursing Strategies by Nurses among Postnatal Mother in Selected Hospital Bangalore

Nisha Clement

Postnatal period is commonly neglected part of health care where Postnatal Complications are common due to lack of early and timely systemic postnatal interventions that are the main cause for maternal morbidity and mortality in India and all over the world. Many researchers have been done to prove the systemic postnatal care improves outcomes of postnatal care, and reduce incidence of postnatal complications and promote early discharge. The main objectives of the study to find the correlation of postnatal satisfaction with postnatal nursing problems after implementation of CPNS by the nurses in the study group, out of 174, out of that 86 sample in study group and 88 sample of control group were selected conveniently from total of 24 maternity centers of Bangalore Bruhat Mahanagar pallikae, postnatal mothers are chosen as per staff inspection committee norms ratio of 15 i.e. that is sample of one nurse five postnatal mothers were selected, therefore for 86 nurses 430 postnatal mothers chosen for study group, 88 nurses for 440 postnatal mothers in control group were included as per inclusive criteria. Sample selection done by non-probability convenient sampling as per inclusive criteria were chosen and postnatal mothers after delivery. An Non-equivalent control group post-test only design were selected for the study with the study and control group that had only post test conducted for both groups with intervention as implementation of comprehensive postnatal nursing care strategies is done only for the study group, data collection using interview schedules prepared on selected demographic variables of postnatal mother and nurses, assess the physical, functional and psychological nursing problems after implementation of comprehensive postnatal nursing care among the postnatal mothers. Karl Pearson coefficient calculation was done to find the correlation with postnatal satisfaction and reduction of postnatal nursing problems after implementation of CPNS.

Keywords: corelational study, satisfaction, CPNS, satisfaction, postnatal nursing problems

Edition: Volume 7 Issue 8, August 2018

Pages: 762 - 767

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Nisha Clement, "A Study to Assess Correlation between Increase in Satisfaction and Decrease of Postnatal Nursing Problems after Implementation of Comprehensive Postnatal Nursing Strategies by Nurses among Postnatal Mother in Selected Hospital Bangalore", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/search_index_results_paperid.php?id=ART2019574, Volume 7 Issue 8, August 2018, 762 - 767

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