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GFNPSS Global Nursing Journal of India

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1 "The Earth Day – 2020,Theme-“ClimateAction”   , Dr. Alok Sharma    Mr.Sunil Kumar Garg  Mr.Omprakash Swami  
Earth Day is a day to celebrate the earth environment and help raise awareness of threats to our planet's health. The event is celebrated worldwide every year on the 22nd of April to celebrate support for protection of the environment, and has continuously drawn more and more people in each subsequent year. It was first celebrated on 1970 and is presently celebrated in a total of 192 countries. Earth Day brings attention to a large number of issues in requirement of attention, such as pollution of the ocean, debris left over on land, climate change, conservation of the Earth’s ecosystems, energy conservation, soil corruption, corrosion, overpopulation, nuclear issues, the depletion of the ozone layer, the depletion of the Earth’s natural resources, depletion of wild life, increased in diseases and health issues, the introduction of wastes and toxicants into the wilderness and the seas and the deforestation of rain forests  
2 knowledge and attitude regarding organ donation among B.Sc. Nursing and GNM, final year students at selected nursing colleges and schools in Jaipur, with a view to develop an information booklet , Dr. Jogendra Kumar Sharma Mr Praveen Kumar Sharma
Introduction:-In India there is an increasing discrepancy between the number of patients on the waiting list for organ transplantation and the available number of deceased organ donner. India is currently having a deceased organ donation rate of 0.05-0.08 / million population compared to rates of more than 20/ millions of Spain, US and France. Because of low donation rate patients require transplantation wait for a long time. Method & Material: - The descriptive research design was used as it lays the base for future rigorous research. Convenient sampling technique was used to select 100 (50 B.Sc. nursing and 50 GNM, final year) students at selected nursing colleges and schools in Jaipur. Results: - Out of 50 B.Sc. nursing students 29 (58%) had average knowledge and 15(30%) of them had good knowledge regarding organ donation on the other hand out of 50 GNM students 27 (54%) had average knowledge and 13 (26%) of them had good knowledge regarding organ donation. Almost equal knowledge regarding organ donation among B.Sc. nursing and GNM final year students was found. 30(60%) B.Sc. nursing respondents are having neutral attitude and 14 (28%) were having favorable attitude regarding organ donation. Whereas 34(68%) GNM respondents having neutral attitude and 09 (18%) were having favorable attitude regarding organ donation. Key Words: - knowledge, attitude, organ donation, Nursing students & information booklet
3 A study to assess the knowledge of mothers of preschool children regarding behavioral problems at community setting Aloli, in Ajmer district with a view to develop an information booklet.   , Mr. Pradeep Kumar Sharma Mr Dariyav Rawal  
Introduction:-Behavioral problems of preschoolers are a frustrating experience for most of parents, a big problem for managing clinicians and a scientific challenge for researchers. As research in the area is rapidly advancing and a greater understanding of the condition evolving, it is important that this information is provided to parents of preschoolers and healthcare professional's alike. Method & Material: - The descriptive design was used for this study. Convenient sampling technique was used to select 60 mothers of preschool children regarding behavioral problem. In this study research variable is knowledge of mothers of preschool children regarding behavioral problem. Results: - Findings revealed that mean score of total 60 mothers of preschool children is 15.8, is the average of knowledge score means mothers have moderate knowledge, mode is 12 which shows that highest frequent mother's knowledge level in moderate category, median is 16 reveals that half of mothers knowledge score below this point and half of above this and standard deviation is 4.35 shows that it is deviation of score from their center point. The association between knowledge of mothers regarding behavioral problems of preschool children and selected socio demographic variables viz: age (in years), Educational status, occupation, number of children, the obtained chi square value is more than tabulated value at 0.05 level of significance. Key Words: - Mothers; Preschool Children; Behavioral problems; Knowledge regarding Behavioral problems; Information booklet;Aloli  
4 Efficacy of aloevera dressing in management of decubitus ulcer  , Mr. Rajveer Singh
ABSTRACT Introduction: Pressure ulcer is a continuing major health problem worldwide.The development of pressure ulcer wound is more prone to those patients who areconfined to bed for long periods, Pressure ulcers represent a major burden of sickness and reduced quality of life for patients and their caregivers.The aim of the study wasto assess efficacy ofalovera dressing in management of decubitus ulcer among bedridden patients. Material & Methods: Pre-experimental, two group pre-test post-test research design (O1 X O2) was used.Total 200 patients of decubitus ulcer wound were taken by convenience sampling technique.Result: There was a significant difference between pre test and post test score of decubitus ulcer wound healing. Conclusion: The result from the study reveals that aloverajel is effective in decubitus ulcer wound healing. Keywords: Decubitus ulcer,Alovera Gel, Bed ridden patients
5 A Study To Assess The Effectiveness Of Structured Teaching Programme On Knowledge Regarding Care of Hypertension Among Hypertensive Clients At Selected Urban Community of Davangere   , Mr. Sunil Joshi  
Introduction: High BP means that the heart is working harder than normal; putting both the heart and the blood vessels under strain-High BP may contribute to myocardial infarction, stroke, renal failure and atherosclerosis. Risk factor for hypertension includes obesity. African American Heritage, psychological stress, oral contraceptives and smoking. The aging process affects hypertensive tendencies. Material and method: Quesi-experimental approach was adapted for this study.Atotal of 50 hypertensive clients were selected by purposive sampling method. The study was adopted one group pre test - post test design. Data were collected by using structured questionnaire method. Impact knowledge to hypertensive client by using structured teaching programme. Result: It is evident from the data presented in the table that the calculated value (18.9) was greater than table value 201. Hence null hypothesis was rejected and research hypothesis was at 0.05 level of significance. Conclusion: This chapter deals with description of study findings, implication for nursing practice, nursing education and nursing search, limitation of the study and suggestions. The following conclusions were drawn on the basis of findings of the study. Keyword: Effectiveness, knowledge, hypertension, urban community  
6 Prevalence of malnutrition among school children aged 6-12 years attending selected schools at district sri muktsar sahib   , Sunil Kumar Garg1, Khushpreet Kaur2, Neelam Baberwal3, Parminder Kaur4, Rajveer Kaur5, Ramandeep Kaur6, Ranjit Kaur7, Rupinder Kaur8, Sarbjit Kaur9, Sheenam Rani10, Sukhwinder Kaur11  
Introduction and aim: Agood nutrition is crucial for growth and development.As majority of pre-school and school going children in countries like India consume inadequate diet and suffer from malnutrition. The present study was aimed to find the prevalence of malnutrition among school children aged 6-12 years attending selected schools of district Sri Muktsar Sahib. Methods: A cross-sectional survey, descriptive research design was used. Total 300 school children were selected by convenience sampling technique from selected schools of block Lambi of district Sri Muktsar Sahib. Data was collected by structured interview schedule and analyzed by descriptive & inferential statistics. Results: The prevalence of malnutrition was categorized in stunting, underweight, normal, overweight and obese. The results revealed prevalence of stunting was 0%, underweight was 52% (156), 43.7% (131) were normal. The prevalence of overweight and obese was 3.3% (10) and 1.0% (3), respectively. No significant association of nutritional Status was found with selected demographic variable at 0.05 level of significance. Discussion: The study concluded an urgent need to update the knowledge regarding prevention of malnutrition among the school teachers as well as parents and community by incorporating the nutritional education in school health programme and community education programmes. KEY WORDS: - Prevalence, Malnutrition, school children, selected schools  
7 A study to asses knowledge, attitude and practices of mothers of under five children regarding prevention of Protein Energy Malnutrition   , Mr. Harish Kumar Sharma, Dr. Chellarani Vijayakumar, Dr. Yogesh Yadav  
Introduction: Protein Energy Malnutrition is a public health problem in under five children and mothers are mainly responsible for that. So this study was conducted to assess knowledge Attitude and Practices of mothers of under than five children regarding Protein Energy Malnutrition and its prevention. Material and method: This study was conducted on 300 mothers of under five children residing in Dhand for more than one year. Mothers who are not available at the time of survey were excluded from study. Section 'A': details demographic data of the mother, child and the familySection 'B': This section includes assessing the knowledge of the mothers of under five children with a structured questionnaire. Result: Out of 300 mothers of under five children, 240 (80%) of the mothers have inadequate knowledge, 60 (20%) mothers of under five children have moderate knowledge and none of them are having adequate knowledge. (Out of 300 mothers of under five children, majority of 170 (56.66%) mothers of under five children belongs to neutral attitude, 130 (43.33%) mothers of under five children had favourable attitude and none of them had unfavourable attitude. Discussion: The present study 240(80%) of the mothers of under five children have inadequate knowledge, 60 (20%) mothers of under five children have moderate knowledge and none of them are having adequate knowledge. Keywords: Mothers of under Five Children, Protein Energy Malnutrition (PEM), Knowledge Attitude and Practices (KAP)