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Journal of Advanced Practices in Nursing

ISSN: 2573-0347

Open Access

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Volume 6, Issue 8 (2021)

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    A Study to Assess the Effectiveness of Planned Teaching Programme on Knowledge and Practice Regarding Prevention of Problems Related to Sunlight Exposure Among Traffic Police Personnel in Chennai Region

    AR. Bharathi*

    The present study aimed to analyse the knowledge of the traffic police personnel on managing the effects of the sunlight exposure during their work time. Occupational exposure is one the major cause for melanoma formation. The present study included 523 police personnel from Tambaram region and showed that many of them lack optimal awareness regarding the exposure management. Regarding the association between knowledge with their demographic variables, the findings revealed that there were significant association between age, residence, education, working hours, knowledge on cancer history and habit of using sunscreen lotion.

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    A Study to Assess the Knowledge of Road Safety Measures among School Childrens in Selected School at Guduvancherry Chennai

    AR. Bharathi

    Road traffic accidents are one of the main causes of death and injury to children of school age. Accidents tragically are often due to ignorance, carelessness, thought lessens and overconfidence. The consequences of accidents affect seriously the children’s health and growth, interferes in their study and future. Objectives: To assess the knowledge regarding road safety measures among these school children. Methods: The total sample size for this study is 30 school students. They used descriptive research design, & Purposive sampling technique was used. Inclusion Criteria: Students who are studying in VI, VII, VIII classes. Inclusion Criteria: Students who are aware about the road safety measures, & those who are not present during the time of data collection. Results: Majority of the school children 14 (46.6%) are having the mode of transportation to school by walk. Majority of school children 13 (43.3%) are having distance of travel from home to school. Findings related to knowledge of road safety measures. According to knowledge level of school children 23 (76.6%) had adequate knowledge. According to association between knowledge and demographic variable there is a significant association between age and gender.

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    Responsive Teaching of Responsively Teaching for Child Development and their Parents

    AR. Bharathi

    Responsive teaching is a program that teaches parents how to support the development of their children’s communication, cognitive, social and emotional skills by being more responsive in the way they interact with their children. Responsive teaching is designed for children under six years old who have developmental or social-emotional problems. Initially, parents must complete a two-day workshop called Getting Started with Responsive Teaching. Parents deliver responsive teaching with the support of a trained professional, so involvement is high. Results from these studies indicated that during the early childhood years, parents promote their children's development by engaging in highly responsive interactions throughout their daily routines. It refers to the extent to which the children acquire knowledge on worm infestation after structured teaching programme or Child-to-child teaching programme which can be measured using a structured knowledge questionnaire. The Programme is based on the concept that children in schools and family members need to be considered as partners in spreading health messages as well as benefiting them. Imparting health information during childhood remains longer in their life and the concept will be transmitted to their offspring’s. For communicating health information, one has to adopt an appropriate strategy.

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    Perceived Stress, Sleep Disturbances, and Symptoms of Depression among University Students with by the use of Mobile Phone Study

    AR. Bharathi*

    To identify the socio demographic variables among college students To assess the level of stress among college students using mobile phones and study to assess the level of stress among college students regarding mobile addiction at Hindu mission college of Nursing, Tambaram Evaluate or estimate the nature, ability of quality calculate or value. The committee must access the relative importance of the issues. Stress is the “non - specific response body to any kind of demand made upon if'. Students enrolled in a college or university a college student who is teaching under the supervision of a certified teacher in order to qualify for a degree in education. Mobile addiction is defined as chronic or periodic obsession caused by repeated use of mobile phones, which may lead to intense and sustained demand and reliance.

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    Assessment of Practice of GNM Students on STD/AIDS in Karnataka

    AR. Bharathi*

    Since nursing students would become future practicing nurses and are most likely exposed to caring for people living with HIV/AIDS (PL WHA) during their training, it is of great importance to assess the knowledge, attitude, and practice of student nurses toward the reduction/ removal of HIV/AIDS-related stigma and discrimination. The design selected for this study was a Cross sectional Descriptive study design. The sample size of the present study compressed of 1000 from ten different schools of nursing. Only final year of diploma nursing students from each of four zones (e.g.: North, East, West & South) in Bangalore, Karnataka District. Non-probability purposive sampling technique was used for selecting sample for this study. Practice, It shows, majority 59.0% of them were moderate level of practice, and those who had poor practice were 34.2% and 6.8% had adequate practice. This association is compared to the level of practice, majority of them were moderately significant, adequate practice was significantly less. So, they have to practice more at clinical. The stated research hypotheses (H3) are not accepted.

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