Indian Journal of Holistic Nursing (ISSN: 2348-2133) https://www.medicaljournalshouse.com/index.php/IndianJournal-HolisticNursing Indian Journal of Holistic Nursing Advanced Research Publications en-US Indian Journal of Holistic Nursing (ISSN: 2348-2133) 2348-2133 A Pre-experimental Study to Assess the Effectiveness of Planned Teaching Programme on Knowledge and Attitude among Adolescent Students regarding Health Hazards of Junk Food in Selected Senior Secondary School, District Hisar (Haryana) https://www.medicaljournalshouse.com/index.php/IndianJournal-HolisticNursing/article/view/748 <p><em><strong>Introduction:</strong> </em>It is undertaken with the main objective, to assess the pre-test knowledge and attitude score regarding health hazards of junk food among adolescence students, to administer the planned teaching program regarding health hazards of junk food among adolescence students, to evaluate the effectiveness of the planned teaching program <br />on knowledge and attitude regarding health hazards of junk food and to find out the association between the pre-test knowledge and attitude score regarding health hazards of junk food among adolescence students with their demographic Variables. <br /><em><strong>Method and Tools:</strong></em> The tool used for this study consisted of three parts. Part - A (demographic data). Part - B, the self-structure knowledge questionnaire consist of questions on various aspects such as general information, the effect of junk food on health, and prevention, (20 questions). Part - C, consists of a Likert scale for an attitude among adolescent students regarding health hazed of junk food (20 questions).<br /><em><strong>Result:</strong> </em>The knowledge score of 3(5%) of the subject has inadequate, 5(91.7%) moderate and 2(3.3%) adequate had pre-knowledge scores and 10(16.7%) moderate and 50(83.3%) adequate post-knowledge score regarding health hazard of junk food. The mean pre-knowledge score was 51.42% among adolescent students with an of mean 81.75% among adolescent students. The calculated P-value (0.000) is significant at 0.001 levels.<br /><em><strong>Conclusion:</strong> </em>Therefore, it is concluded that there was a significant difference in attitude levels among adolescent students regarding the health hazard of junk food.</p> <p><strong>How to cite this article:</strong><br />Ritu. A Pre-experimental Study to assess the Effectiveness of Planned Teaching Programme on Knowledge and Attitude among Adolescence Students regarding Health Hazards of Junk Food in Selected Senior Secondary School, District Hisar (Haryana). Ind J Holist Nurs. 2022;13(1):7-13.</p> <p><strong>DOI:</strong> https://doi.org/10.24321/2348.2133.202202</p> Ritu Copyright (c) 2022 Indian Journal of Holistic Nursing (ISSN: 2348-2133) 2022-03-16 2022-03-16 13 1 7 13 A descriptive study to assess the knowledge and practice of self-care regarding transmission, prevention and management of pulmonary tuberculosis among staff nurses working at SMHS Hospital Srinagar with a view to develop information booklet https://www.medicaljournalshouse.com/index.php/IndianJournal-HolisticNursing/article/view/697 <p>Introduction: Pulmonary tuberculosis is a highly contagious disease with a high fatality rate. The goal of this study was to analyse staff nurses’ knowledge and self-care practices related to pulmonary tuberculosis transmission, prevention, and management.</p> <p>Methodology: Staff nurses at SMHS Hospital in Srinagar were assessed for their knowledge and practice of self-care regarding transmission, prevention, and management of pulmonary tuberculosis using a quantitative research approach. We used a non-probability handy sampling strategy. A panel of experts validated the provided tool (structured knowledge questionnaire) and intervention (structured practise checklist). The data were analysed using descriptive and inferential statistics.</p> <p>Results: The study found that 53.3 percent of staff nurses had strong knowledge, with the area of signs, symptoms, and diagnosis have the most knowledge. The knowledge score and demographic variables like professional qualification and working experience, as well as the self-care practice score and demographic variables like age and professional qualification, had a significant relationship. When it came to transmission, prevention, and management of pulmonary tuberculosis, the highest number of staff nurses practised mediocre self-care. A substantial positive association was discovered between knowledge and practice scores related to pulmonary TB self-care among staff nurses.</p> <p>Conclusion: People can die from pulmonary TB. As a result, it is critical for staff nurses to have appropriate expertise in this field so that they can provide adequate assistance to the people.</p> <p><strong>How to cite this article:</strong><br />Wani MR, Amin N, Yasmin B, Wani D. A Descriptive Study to Assess the Knowledge and Practice of Self-care regarding Transmission, Prevention and Management of Pulmonary Tuberculosis among Staff Nurses Working at SMHS Hospital Srinagar with a view to Develop an Information Booklet. Ind J Holist Nurs. 2022;13(1):1-6.</p> <p><strong>DOI:</strong> https://doi.org/10.24321/2348.2133.202201</p> Noorul Amin Mohd Rafiq Wani Bilqis Yasmin Dilshada Wani Copyright (c) 2022 Indian Journal of Holistic Nursing (ISSN: 2348-2133) 2022-03-31 2022-03-31 13 1