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Student Project | Physiotherapy | India | Volume 11 Issue 7, July 2022
Prevalence of Bullying in Physiotherapy Undergraduate Students - A Cross Sectional Survey
Y. Pallavi  | Nafisa City
Abstract: A cross sectional questionnaire-based study aimedto find out the prevalence of bullying in physiotherapy undergraduates by assessing the existence of bullying in undergraduate students by using validated questionnaire. The study was conducted at VSPM?s College of Physiotherapy in the year 2021-22. Out of 239 students, 145 participated conveniently. Significant findings of the study were 86% students liked their institute and the majority of the bullying incidence occurred in the classroom and by the batchmates.82.8% subjects thinks bullying needs counteraction among which maximum response was seen from interns.43.4% was the prevalence of bullying. The study also found that bullying was present in the campus as well as in close vicinity of the institution. At this particular point it did not have profound and adverse effect on student?s career. Students did not cross limits of bullying, if it was crossed, could be termed as ragging. Importantly 125 students believed that institute tackles the problem in an appropriate and channelized manner therefore most of the students have liking for their institute.
Keywords: Bullying, physiotherapy, under-graduate students, qualitative
Edition: Volume 11 Issue 7, July 2022,
Pages: 522 - 524
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