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Masters Thesis | Medical Surgical | India | Volume 11 Issue 1, January 2022
A Study to Evaluate the Effectiveness of Planned Educational Programme on Knowledge Regarding Organ Donation among 3rd Year GNM Nursing Students in Selected Schools of Nursing at Vijayapur, Karnataka
Shrikant Siddhappa Kumbar
Abstract: Aim of the study was to assess the knowledge regarding organ donation among 3rd year GNM nursing students. the research design used for this study is pre experimental (one group pre-test) design. to assess the knowledge and perception of organ donation among GNM students in selected schools of Nursing at Vijayapur. The tool used for the study is self-administered knowledge Questionnaire to assess the knowledge of GNM students regarding organ donation. Result: In the pretest, level of knowledge of 3rd year GNM students studying in school of Nursing Vijayapur before using Planned Education Programme. In that 33 (55.0 %) of 3rd year GNM students were having Inadequate knowledge, 24 (40.0%) having Moderate knowledge and 3 (5.0%) of 3rd year GNM students were having Adequate knowledge about Organ Donation. The finding showed that the mean post-test knowledge score of the subjects was 26.5 is higher than the mean pretest score of 16.3. The calculated?t? value obtained from paired?t? test was-31.6 (p-value<0.0001) the chi-square test was applied to check the association of socio-demographic variables with knowledge scores showed that Age (in years), Religion, Type of family, Place of residence were no significant. Interpretation and conclusion: The result of the study showed that, there was a significant improvement obtained following PEP on Organ Donation. This study enlightens that there is an immense need for educational programme in school of nursing to improve the knowledge of 3rd year GNM students regarding Organ Donation.
Keywords: Evaluate, Effectiveness, Planned Educational Programme, Knowledge, Organ donation, GNM students
Edition: Volume 11 Issue 1, January 2022,
Pages: 300 - 304