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A Study to assess the Effectiveness of Structured Teaching Programme on Knowledge regarding Disaster Preparedness and Mitigation among Secondary school Students from Selected Schools of Ahmedabad City


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The Study was conducted to evaluate the effectiveness of structured teaching programme on knowledge regarding disaster preparedness and mitigation among secondary school students. The sample consisted of 60 secondary school students. Secondary school students were selected by simple random sampling technique. It Was one group Pretest Posttest design. The reliability of the tool was checked by using Spearman’s Rank correction Coefficient method. We had taken samples from the Secondary School students for getting reliability. We have got 0.8 reliability score with the Spearman’s Rank Correction Coefficient method and hence the instrument was found to be reliable. At the end of study, obtained t-value 41.0 is greater than the table value 2 at the level of 0.05. Therefore, null hypothesis is rejected and research hypothesis is accepted. So, it found to be significant increase in the knowledge level among secondary school students and structure teaching programe is found to be effective.

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Cardiac Patient, Cardiac Rehabilitation Structured Teaching.
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Shruthi Nagaraja Shetty
Shantam Institute of Nursing, Ahmadabad -382340, Gujarat, India

Abstract


The Study was conducted to evaluate the effectiveness of structured teaching programme on knowledge regarding disaster preparedness and mitigation among secondary school students. The sample consisted of 60 secondary school students. Secondary school students were selected by simple random sampling technique. It Was one group Pretest Posttest design. The reliability of the tool was checked by using Spearman’s Rank correction Coefficient method. We had taken samples from the Secondary School students for getting reliability. We have got 0.8 reliability score with the Spearman’s Rank Correction Coefficient method and hence the instrument was found to be reliable. At the end of study, obtained t-value 41.0 is greater than the table value 2 at the level of 0.05. Therefore, null hypothesis is rejected and research hypothesis is accepted. So, it found to be significant increase in the knowledge level among secondary school students and structure teaching programe is found to be effective.

Keywords


Cardiac Patient, Cardiac Rehabilitation Structured Teaching.

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