Awareness and Perspective of Nursing Tutee on Proof Relied Enactment at Selected Nursing Colleges of Central Gujarat, IndiaCorrespondence Address :
Mr. Arpan Pandya,
Manikaka Topawala Institute of Nursing, A Constituent of Charotar University of Science and Technology, CHARUSAT Changa Accredited Grade a by NAAC Accredited Grade a by KCGTaPetlad Dist Anand, Gujarat, India.
Introduction: Nursing tutee are traditionally following the set benchmarks of nursing care. Several researchers have observed a wide gap between present awareness and perspective of nursing tutee in relation to recent health care developmental proofs and their day-to-day nursing activity. In the present study researcher has made an attempt to assess the Proof Relied Enactment (PRE) skills to find out their status.
Aim: To assess the possessed awareness and perspective of final year Bachelor of Science (BSc) Nursing tutee regarding PRE.
Materials and Methods: This descriptive survey was conducted among the IVth year BSc Nursing students in selected Nursing colleges of central Gujarat from January 2020 to December 2020. Purposive sampling technique was used and a sample of 120 students was included in the study. Descriptive and inferential statistics including mean, Chi-square and Karl Pearson coefficient of correlation was used to analyse the results.
Results: The study showed that learning of fundamentals of PRE has significant correlation with utilisation status of PRE whereas rest of variables displayed negative correlation. The mean awareness score was 20.1 and SD was 2.91, whereas mean score for use of evidence resources was 28.24 and SD was 2.95, mean score for utilisation status for PRE was 6.15 whereas SD was 1.47, mean perspective score was 107.94 and SD was 10.93. None of the demographic showed statistically significant association with perspectives of tutee on PRE. There was positive correlation between awareness and perspective of nursing tutee on PRE.
Conclusion: Nursing tutee who learned PRE in their curriculum consciously improved their PRE skills and were more productive during study.
Evidence-based practice, Research evidences, Status of nursing tutee, Utilisation skills
Date of Submission: Jan 11, 2021
Date of Peer Review: Mar 16, 2021
Date of Acceptance: May 09, 2021
Date of Publishing: Jun 01, 2021
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