“A Descriptive study on knowledge and practice of staff nurses innursinginitialassessmentat a tertiary care Hospital.”
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2022, Volume 9, Issue 7, Pages 7719-7736
AbstractComplex health care needs focus on accountability and necessity of inclusion of nurses in documenting and monitoring clinical care plans have brought in the concept of initial nurse assessment. This Study presents major findings of the study discussed with referenceandinrelationtosimilarstudiesconductedbyotherresearchers.Theaimof the study was on knowledge and practice of staff nurses towardsnursing initial assessment at a tertiary care Hospital at Dehradun. It was found that 118(69.47%) staff nurses had good knowledgeon initial assessment whereas few had 3(1.78%) poor knowledge on initialassessment. Knowledge score grading frequency percentage: 0-9 poor, 10- 14average,15-20good [69.41%]belongsto goodcategory. Datainthe tablerevealsthat 130 (76.5%)of staffnursesare having good practiceand 40(23.5%) arehavingavera gepractice.
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