A Study to Assess the Effectiveness of Planned Teaching Programme on Knowledge Regarding Deep Vein Thrombosis and its Prevention among Orthopedic Clients Admitted at HSK Hospital and Research Centre Bagalkot


Authors : Dr. Shridhar G Pujari; Dr. DeelipS Natekar; Jemu Nayak; Nagavva Patil; Pooja Padalli; Kalyankumar Bhajantri; Shankarguru Rotti; Parwathi Dinni

Volume/Issue : Volume 8 - 2023, Issue 2 - February

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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7668468

Conceptual frame work act as a building block for research study. The over all purpose of frame work for scientific finding meaning full and generalized. It provides a certain frame work for reference for clinical practice, education and research. Frame work can guide the researchers under taking of not only “what” of natural phenomenon but also “why” of their occurrence. They also give directions for relevant questions to practical problems. 1 Aims: To assess the knowledge of orthopaedic clients regarding deep vein thrombosis and its prevention. To evaluate the effectiveness of planned teaching programme on knowledge regarding deep vein thrombosis and its prevention among orthopedic clients. To determine the association between pre test and post test knowledge scores with selected socio demographic variables of orthopedic patients. Materials and Methods: Study approach- This was an evaluative study and follow the examination plan as preexploratory, for example one gathering pre-test and posttest without control group. The population associated with this investigation was orthopedic client at HSK Hospital and Research Center at Bagalkot. Tests are orthopedic clients at HSK Hospital and Research center at Bagalkot. Test size is 30 (Total) orthopedic clients were remembered for the investigation Results: The assessment of pre test knowledge of the orthopedic patients reveals that majority 63.33% of patients had average knowledge. The pre test mean percentage of knowledge score was 40.05% with mean and SD 13.34± 2 were as in the post test mean percentage of knowledge score was 71.85% with mean and SD 22.72± 2.02 which reveals effectiveness of PTP. Conclusion: A significant difference was found between the pre-test and post-test knowledge scores of the orthopedic clients. The study proved that PTP was effective in improving the knowledge of orthopedic clients.

Keywords : Effectiveness, Planned Teaching Program, Knowledge, Socio-Demographic Variables, Orthopedic Clients.

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