International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Research Paper | Nursing | India | Volume 12 Issue 10, October 2023 | Rating: 5.3 / 10


A Study to Assess the Effectiveness of STP regarding Adaptive Coping Strategies In Reduction of Academic Stress among 1st Year B.Sc Nursing Student at Selected Nursing College, Coimbatore

Sushma Kumari [4] | Gunjali Singh


Abstract: Statement of the Problem: A study to assess the effectiveness of structured teaching programme regarding adaptive coping strategies in reduction of academic stress among 1st year B.Sc Nursing student at selected Nursing College, Coimbatore. Objectives: a) To assess the level of knowledge regarding adaptive coping strategies among 1st year B.Sc Nursing Students. b) To deliver structured teaching programme regarding adaptive coping strategies. c) To evaluate the effectiveness of STP regarding adaptive coping strategies in reduction of academic stress and anxiety among 1st year B.sc nursing students. d) To find out the association between the knowledge regarding adaptive coping strategies in reduction of academic stress and anxiety among 1st year B.sc Nursing Students with their demographical variables. Methodology: It is a quantitative study approach and a non experimental sub type. Quasi experimental one group pre test post test design. Study group. Sample size of the present study was 60 students. Results: Inferential and descriptive statistics were used to analyze the values. Descriptive and inferential statistics were used to analyze the data The standard deviation of the Pre Test was 17.89 and on the other hand the standard deviation of the Post Test 12.98 scores was less than the Pre-Test score. The t value is In order to find out the significance paired ?t? test was computed between the means of Pre-Test and Post-Test stress level and the obtained ?t? value was 13 (df=0.05). Level of significance. Hence the research hypothesis was accepted including that there is the true decrease stress level as a result of the investigation. Conclusion: Academic stress among college students has been a topic of interest for many years. College students, especially freshmen, are particularly prone to stress due to transitional nature of college life, for e.g. many college students move away from home for first time, which can necessitate leaving all previously learned support system such as parents, siblings and high school friends. In this study the investigator developed Structured Teaching Programme on regarding adaptive coping strategies in reduction of academic stress among 1st year B.sc nursing students to assess their stress level. of obesity and there is difference in the life style practice of obese and non obese schoolchildren.


Keywords: Academic stress, Structured teaching programme, Adaptive coping strategies, B.Sc Nursing students, Reduction


Edition: Volume 12 Issue 10, October 2023,


Pages: 2080 - 2082


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