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Research Paper | Nursing | India | Volume 11 Issue 7, July 2022
Effectiveness of E - Learning on Knowledge and Competency of Wound Assessment among Nurses
Priya R  | Dr. Baba Vajrala
Abstract: Aim: Nurses are at the forefront of wound care delivery and make very salient contributions to improving services rendered to patients. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of E - learning on knowledge and competency of wound assessment among nurses. Materials and methods: The quasi - experimental one - group (pre - test - post - test) design was adopted, and 75 nurses were chosen by using convenience sampling. The pre - test and post - test were assessed and provided E - Learning intervention regarding wound assessment. Results: The pre - test mean score of knowledge was (7.03), and competency was (1.39), and the post - test mean score of knowledge was (16.48), and competency was (3.23). The?t? value of pre - test and post - test knowledge (29.692) and competency (13.18) indicates that there were significant changes in the knowledge and competency (p<0.05). There was an association between knowledge and gender (8.11) and qualification (28.6) and with competency to age (9.2), sex (.701), qualification (4.9), professional rank (5.1), and year of experience (9.81). Conclusion: The results showed that the E - Learning intervention improved the knowledge and competency of wound assessment among nurses, which will help them in a provide quality care to patient with wound in the clinical setting.
Keywords: Assessment, Competency, Effectiveness, E - Learning, Wound, Intervention, Knowledge, Nurses
Edition: Volume 11 Issue 7, July 2022,
Pages: 826 - 829
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