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Effectiveness of Video Assisted Teaching Vs Demonstration Method on Female Urinary Catheterization in Terms of Knowledge and Practice


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1 Medical Surgical Nursing, Subharti Nursing College, Meerut, India
2 Fundamental of Nursing, Subharti Nursing College, Meerut, India
3 Subharti Nursing College, Meerut, India
     

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Background: Urinary tract infection (UTI) is the most common infectious disease especially among women. Accounting for approximately 8.3 million doctor visits each year, urinary tract infections rank as the second most common in all types of infection. The choice of teaching method also affects the student's interest, knowledge&skills.

Aim: The objective of this study was to assess the effectiveness of video assisted teaching verses demonstration method on female urinary catheterization in terms of knowledge and practice.

Method: In this study Pre-Test Post-Test Design was used which is a quasi experimental design. Sample size was 60. A semi structured questionnaire&observation checklist was used to assess the knowledge and practice among GN.M.2nd year female students of Panna Dai Maa Subharti nursing college Meerut

Findings: In video assisted teaching, the post test knowledge was increased (20.76) than demonstration method (18.03) as well as the post test practice was increased in demonstration method (16.4) than video teaching (16.8) regarding female urinary catheterization. The post test Knowledge and practice correlation coefficient of Group A was 0.219517 where as in the Group B it was found 0.271137.

Conclusion: For improving the clinical competencies of the students, demonstration method is more effective than video assisted teaching.


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Female Urinary Catheterization, Video Assisted Teaching, Demonstration Method. Nursing Students (G.N.M - General Nursing Midwifery)
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Authors

Geeta Parwanda
Medical Surgical Nursing, Subharti Nursing College, Meerut, India
Jerin Rajan
Medical Surgical Nursing, Subharti Nursing College, Meerut, India
Arul Malar
Fundamental of Nursing, Subharti Nursing College, Meerut, India
Nancy P. Chacko
Subharti Nursing College, Meerut, India
Priyanka Choudhary
Subharti Nursing College, Meerut, India
Soniya Andrews
Subharti Nursing College, Meerut, India

Abstract


Background: Urinary tract infection (UTI) is the most common infectious disease especially among women. Accounting for approximately 8.3 million doctor visits each year, urinary tract infections rank as the second most common in all types of infection. The choice of teaching method also affects the student's interest, knowledge&skills.

Aim: The objective of this study was to assess the effectiveness of video assisted teaching verses demonstration method on female urinary catheterization in terms of knowledge and practice.

Method: In this study Pre-Test Post-Test Design was used which is a quasi experimental design. Sample size was 60. A semi structured questionnaire&observation checklist was used to assess the knowledge and practice among GN.M.2nd year female students of Panna Dai Maa Subharti nursing college Meerut

Findings: In video assisted teaching, the post test knowledge was increased (20.76) than demonstration method (18.03) as well as the post test practice was increased in demonstration method (16.4) than video teaching (16.8) regarding female urinary catheterization. The post test Knowledge and practice correlation coefficient of Group A was 0.219517 where as in the Group B it was found 0.271137.

Conclusion: For improving the clinical competencies of the students, demonstration method is more effective than video assisted teaching.


Keywords


Female Urinary Catheterization, Video Assisted Teaching, Demonstration Method. Nursing Students (G.N.M - General Nursing Midwifery)