International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 4, Issue 5, Part E (2018)
To assess the effectiveness of workshop on immediate care of newborn
Dr. Bhagyashree A Jogdeo, Sujit Balu Dere and Rushali Narayan Toradamal
3.1 million Newborn deaths occurs in 2010.A quarter to half of them occurred within the first 24 hours after birth. Many of these deaths occurred in babies born prematurely Low birth weight, Infections, asphyxiated due to maternal condition, complicated labour. These conditions are the most critical for newborn survival. Many studies have shown that many newborn lives can be saved by the use of small interventions that requires simple technology. The majority of these interventions can be effectively provided by a single skilled birth attendant caring for the newborn. Hand on skill is very important who actual work in clinical area. Nurse is a key person in labour room who is attending neonate, needs to have adequate skill to handle the newborn baby. Nursing students are the stakeholders of health system.
Material and Methodology: The research approach adopted for study is quantitative approach the research design was quasi experimental. Non-probability purposive sampling method was used for data collection Samples were 94 students who were perusing the regular Diploma and Undergraduate nursing course. Research tool includes, Section I and II Consist of demographic data and 10 structured questionnaires to assess the knowledge regarding practices related to immediate care of newborn. Validity and reliability was done. Pilot study was done on 10 samples which found to be feasible.
How to cite this article:
Dr. Bhagyashree A Jogdeo, Sujit Balu Dere and Rushali Narayan Toradamal. To assess the effectiveness of workshop on immediate care of newborn. International Journal of Applied Research. 2018; 4(5): 283-285.