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GFNPSS-International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research

ISSN(p): | ISSN(e):2582-693X
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1 Diabetes as a risk factor in COVID – 19 Pandemic , Dr. Amit Bhushan Sharma
Background:Corona virus Disease-2019 popularly known as COVID-19 is a highly infectious disease caused by the novel corona virus. It spreads through close personal contact with someone who has the virus. COVID-19 is caused by the corona virus SARS-CoV-2 (severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus-2), which has spread quickly to across the world. ï‚· The spreading mechanism of the virus is primarily by transmission of respiratory droplets between people. ï‚· The incubation time is on average 2–14days, followed by 1–2 weeks of symptomatic disease. It is characterized by a wide spectrum of symptoms including coughing, fever and respiratory problems such as viral pneumonia and respiratory failure. ï‚· In worst cases, these can lead to death. Keyword: corona virus, diabetics, infection
2 SOCIAL MEDIA AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY: NEW FRIENDS IN HEALTH CARE AND RESEARCH , Dr. Suwersh Narula-Khanna ,Dr. Tanay Maiti
SOCIAL MEDIA: As you all know that the social media refers to website and applications that are designed to allow people to share content quickly, efficiently and in real time. The ability to share photos, opinions, thoughts, events and messages in real time has transformed the way we live and also the way we do business. The idea of social media came when Steve Case and his partner Leonsis were developing AOL, the instant messenger. Social media is at the places where they can be entertained, communicate and participate in social environment. Some people define social media as Apps on their smart phone or on tablet. Keyword: social media, communication, technology
3 5 TIMES SIT-TO-STAND TEST PERFORMANCE IN DIFFERENT CATEGORY OF UNILATERAL AND BILATERAL KNEE OSTEOARTHRITIS PATIENTS , Dr. Manoj kumar,Dr. Dipti Padole,Dr. Chaitany Patel,Arjun Panchal,Nisarg Raval
ABSTRACT: PURPOSE: To obtain the normal time period for 5 time sit-to-stand indifferent category of unilateral and bilateral knee osteoarthritis patients. OBJECTIVES: To study the influence of 5 Time Sit-To-Stand Test in different category of unilateral and bilateral knee osteoarthritis patients and The effect of unilateral OA and bilateral OA on the FTSTST performance.METHODS:Cross Sectional Study design assigned by convenient samplingwith150Subjects in each group.OUTCOME MEASURE: Five times sit to stand test, WOMAC Scale RESULTS: The average FTSTS times in unilateral OA range from 13.4 to 23.6 sec. and bilateral OA patient range from 15.4 to 27.8 sec.CONCLUSION:There is significance of the observed relationship between unilateral OA and bilateral OA basis on different category of WOMAC score with FTSTS times. There is significance effect of unilateral OA and bilateral OA on the FTSTST performance.So we conclude the influence on different category of unilateral OA and bilateral OA patients on five time sit to stand test performance. Keywords: sit to stand, five times sit to stand test, osteoarthritis knee, OA knee, WOMAC scale,unilateral knee OA, bilateral knee OA
4 TO STUDY THE IMPACT OF MTWP IN GRIP STRENGTH AMONG PEOPLE WITH WRIST INJURIES. , Dr. Suendra Kumar Meena,Dr. Neha Jain
Introduction and aim: Wrist injuries by colles’ or fracture of distal radius are the most prominent diagnosis referred to occupational therapy department for work program in India. In this project, a modified therapeutic work program for wrist injuries was evaluated. The objective of the study is to find out whether MTWP addressed to enhance the grip strength so as work skills and its success in the client return to work, level of work satisfaction & self-performance level post injured wrist. Methods: Single group pretest posttest experimental design followed by descriptive analysis.51 patients with dominant hand injured, shared similar demographic background with post-injured from 8 to 40 weeks with mean age of 16 weeks. Results: 94% clients who completed the program returned to work and switched over to different position and different type of work. 56% clients return to competitive employment with same work type, work situation, having work satisfaction and 80-100% work skills in compare to pre MTWP work situation. Discussion: The MTWP addresses the range of needs demonstrated by wrist injuries clients, from traditional therapy to prevocational and vocational intervention. The evaluation of the program indicates that the program was successful with wrist injury working age adult. Key words: MTWP, colles fracture, vocation, wrist injuries, grip strength
5 HIGHER EDUCATION IN INDIA- KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDE AMONG MEDICAL & NON-MEDICAL STUDENTS IN SELECTED COLLEGE OF BAREILLY. , Mrs. Anjana Mathol,Ms. Rebecca Emmanuel, Dr. C. Latha Mangeswari, Prof. Arvind Kumar Jangid
AIM: The aim of the research was to assess the knowledge and attitude among medical and nonmedical students towards higher education in India at selected colleges in Bareilly. METHOD: A quantitative study was carried out with the structured questionnaire regarding higher education in India to elicit information from (n=200) medical and non-medical students selected by Non-probability convenient sampling technique. RESULTS: In the Study 86% of the students were in 18-23 years of age group, 63% were female. 70% of the students from Urban and 72% had their schooling also in Urban. Among the participants 92% of them said that they know the importance of quality in higher education 91% accepted that the technical study is needed for higher education. 51% of them highlighted that research has less benefit as for higher education. Regarding attitude of the students 96% of the students wish to have development of quality educational institutions 94% of them accepts that higher education helps in meeting societal and industrial demands, but 50% said getting higher education is difficult nowadays. Among the participants only 27% of them are willing to respect the professionals. CONCLUSION: The study results highlights that there is a significant gap between knowledge and attitude of the students regarding higher education in India. Key words: Higher Education, Attitude, Knowledge, Medical and Non-Medical Students
6 A STUDY TO ASSESS THE EFFECT OF HEALTH TEACHING ON KNOWLEDGE REGARDING PREVENTION OF HYPOTHERMIA IN NEONATES AMONG MOTHERS OF NEONATES ADMITTED IN SELECTED HOSPITAL IN PUNE CITY. , Mr. Krishna Nand Mittal
Introduction The world health organization recognizes neonates’ thermal care as a critical and essential component of essential newborn care; however, hypothermia continues to remain under-documented and under-managed. Material & Methods: Quasi experimental one group pretest and post test research design was used. Sample comprise of 60 mothers of neonates admitted in bhosari hospital and jijamata hospital in pune city. Non-Probability Convenience sampling technique was used. The structured interview schedule was used in this study. Result: The scores obtained by the sample in the pre-test phase was mean knowledge score is 13.63 and in post phase was increased to 17.28.Conclusion: The health teaching on knowledge of prevention of hypothermia found to be effective in increasing the knowledge of mother. The samples had a highly significant gain in knowledge after the health teaching program. Keyword: assess, knowledge, hypothermia, neonates, mothers.
7 COVID 19 Pandemic and Health Care Services: An Emergency Best Managed by Medical and Nursing Health Professionals; Together, Keeping Hand in Hand , Dr. Tanay Maiti,Dr. Suwersh Narula-Khanna
Modern health care is a perfect example of complete team work with multiple stake holders of various professional origin and expertise; whose dedication, commitment and sense of responsibility has resisted the current pandemic so well; facing endless challenges with the limited resources they have. Needless to say, this mammoth task would not have fulfilled without the proper integration of all these services, including both the nursing and medical care, which has remained the basic pillars for the entire system. This synchronous work with mutual understanding about the other’s work and timely needs have smoothened the health care functioning which has been reflected for multiple times in the past, specially during the time of any health emergency; and the current COVID 19 pandemic has re experienced this over the entire globe. Like all other beautifully integrated team works, the health care system too has resisted this major threat to mankind with much expertise and confidence than what it could have turned for an individual based approach. Keyword: Covid-19, Health care services, medical & Health care professional, emergency management.  
8 A DESCRIPTIVE STUDY TO ASSESS THE KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDE AND PRACTICE REGARDING UPPER RESPIRATORY TRACT INFECTION AMONG MOTHERS OF UNDER FIVE YEAR'S AGE CHILDREN AT J.K.LONE HOSPITAL JAIPUR, RAJASTHAN , Mr. Shashikant Sharma
Introduction: “The nation walks on the feet of little children. Children are the wealth of tomorrow. Take care of them if you wise to have a strong India.” (Jawaharlal Nehru) Good health is the cornerstones for survival, and development for current and succeeding generations. Healthy child perform better in school, grow into healthy adults and in turn give their children a better start in life. Material & Methods: Descriptive research design was used. Total 100 mothers of under five year age children were selected by convenience sampling technique from whoever attending pediatric OPD at Jay Kay Lone Hospital Jaipur. Result: 47.4% of the mothers are having knowledge on upper respiratory tract infection. 53.7% of the mother having positive attitude on upper respiratory tract infection. Conclusion: Concluded that the level of knowledge, attitude, and practice regarding upper respiratory tract infection among mothers of under five year age children was find adequate. Keyword: Assess, knowledge, attitude, practice, upper respiratory tract infection, mothers of under five children
9 AN EXPLORATIVE STUDY TO ASSESS THE KNOWLEDGE OF PREGNANT WOMEN REGARDING ANAEMIA IN GOVERNMENT MATERNITY HOSPITAL UJJAIN (M.P.) , Dr. Sangeeta tiwari,Mrs. Shushma Shukla
Introduction: There is strong relationship between diet during pregnancy and babies weight at birth, higher the protein,fat,and carbohydrate intake the bigger the baby. Maternal iron status definitely affects the level of the iron store of new-born. Different survey conducted in developing countries revealed that nearly 230 million women are suffering from nutritional anaemia and almost half of them belongs to reproductive age group and 2/3rd of them are pregnant and lactating , Material and Method: An exploratory research approach was used to assess the knowledge of pregnant women regarding Anaemia. This design was considered appropriate for the present study to assess the knowledge of pregnant women regarding Anaemia and its relationship with selected variables. Result: the analysis of data revealed that 5%of women had Excellent knowledge (>75%) 5% had below average knowledge (< 35%), 30% had average knowledge (35-50%) and 60% pregnant women had Good knowledge (51.74%). Study also showed that there is significant association found between knowledge score of pregnant women regarding Anaemia and duration of marriage, source of information and degree of Anaemia (women with normal Haemoglobin level) Conclusion: Study concluded that if women have knowledge regarding nutritious diet which has to be eaten during pregnancy then she herself would try to get rid of anaemia for safer childbirth and healthy baby. Key words: Anaemia, Knowledge, Antenatal Mother, Iron Deficiency Anaemia, Pregnancy
10 A STUDY TO ASSESS THE KNOWLEDGE REGARDING WEANING PRACTICE AND IDENTIFY THE PREVAILING WEANING PRACTICES AS EXPRESSED BY INFANT’S MOTHERS AND FINDS ITS ASSOCIATION WITH SELECTED GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL PARAMETERS OF INFANTS ATTENDING IMMUNIZATION CLINIC OF SPMCHI JAIPUR , Dr. Jagdeep Kumar Saini, Mr. Anil Chohan ,Mr. Khema Ram Loyal
Introduction: Weaning period is the most crucial period in the child development. Knowledge of weaning foods and practices is an important aspect of preventive and social pediatrics.The first two years of life are a critical window for ensuring optimal child growth and development. Method & Material: A quantitative research approach with descriptive research design was adopted for the study. The research tool developed to collect the data was self structured questionnaire to assess prevailing weaning practices among infant’s mothers. The anthropometric measurement strictly based on W.H.O growth standardmanual for identification of malnutrition. Convenient sampling technique was used to select 60 samples of 9 to 10 month aged infants along with their mothersattending immunization clinic of SPMCHI Jaipur. Result: The major Findings revealed that the majority of infant’s mothers i.e. 25(41.66%) have moderate level of knowledge regarding whereas only 19(31.66%) have inadequate knowledge and 16(26.66%) have high knowledge. Majority of mothers expressed that 31(51.67%) were giving home prepaid and 16(26.67%) mothers were giving commercially prepaid, 13(21.66%) mothers were giving both type food and 43(72%) infants were achieved normal developmental parameter and 17(28%) were achieved delayed developmental parameter and growth data revealed that 39(65%) infants growth (according weight for height parameter) were normal and 21(35%) were malnourished attending immunization clinic, SPMCHI, Jaipur and Chi-square test results showed significant association between expressed weaning practices with growth of infants. Conclusion: The study on infant weaning knowledge and practices among mothers shows that majority of mothers have moderate knowledge and low weaning practices. While a survey study on practices majority of mothers started weaning at appropriate time. Key words: Infant’s mother, Prevailing weaning practices, Growth and development, Knowledge regarding weaning, SPMCHI. 
11 “A DESCRIPTIVE STUDY TO ASSESS THE KNOWLEDGE & PRACTICE AMONG NURSES REGARDING NURSING MANAGEMENT OF SCHIZOPHRENIC PATIENTS AT PSYCHIATRIC CENTRE, S.M.S. MEDICAL COLLEGE HOSPITAL, JAIPUR, RAJASTHAN.”   , PRADEEP KUMAR SHARMA
Introduction: Mental and behavioral disorders are found in people of all regions, all countries and all societies. The psychiatric nurse observes all mentally ill patients and provides nursing care to all indoor patients. In psychiatric centre the most of indoor patients are schizophrenic and psychiatric nurse involve in all therapies which are given to schizophrenic patients. Method & Material: The descriptive design was used in this study. 50 registered nurses worked at psychiatric centre, Jaipur were sampled through total enumeration sampling technique was used. A structured questionnaire was developed to assess knowledge regarding nursing management of schizophrenic patients and a checklist for practices of nursing management of schizophrenic patients. Result: There is a significant relationship between knowledge scores and age, sex, academic qualification and professional work experience in psychiatric unit.There is a significant relationship between practice scores and age, sex, academic qualification, professional qualification and professional work experience in psychiatric unit.There is a significant positive correlation between knowledge and practice of nurses regarding nursing management of schizophrenic patients Conclusion:-The general nurses have lack of knowledge & practice regarding nursing management of schizophrenic patients. So for awareness among nurses regarding nursing management of schizophrenic patients, conduct a Orientation programme for nurses regarding nursing management of schizophrenic patients. Key words: Registered nurses, nursing management of schizophrenic patients, psychiatric centre, Jaipur
12 A STUDY TO ASSESS THE KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDE OF SCHOOL TEACHERS REGARDING LEARNING DISABILITIES AMONG CHILDREN IN SELECTED SCHOOLS AT CHURU. , Mr. Shakti Singh Soni
Introduction: Today’s children are tomorrow’s citizens. They are in a continuous process of growth and development. Any alteration in its course leads on to developmental disorders. The developmental disorders learning disability plays a significant role as a silent handicap among children. It is estimated that 4-5% of students in school have learning disability. Methods & Material: A descriptive research design was adapted to conduct the study. Target population was primary school teachers in Churu District. A structured questionnaire for knowledge and attitude scale for attitude assessment was used. 120 samples were selected from the target population by convenient sampling. Data was collected and analyzed using mean, median, percentage, SD, Chi square and Coefficient correlation and presented in the form of tables and diagrams. Results: The study revealed that major portion (35%) of primary school teachers belonged to the age group 30-35 and of these 93% were females. Majority of them (75%) possessed B.Ed degree. Nearly half of them (48.33) had less than 5 years of teaching experience.91.67% studied child psychology in their curriculum but very few (8%) had opportunity to attend in service educations on problems of learning. No teachers had opportunity to teach such children. Chi square revealed a significant association (P<0.05) between knowledge and Educational qualification. Significant association was identified between attitude and age of the subjects also. Interpretation and Conclusion: A positive correlation was identified between knowledge and attitude score of teachers on the subject. The study concluded that need for providing knowledge on learning disability is an important strategy to utilize teachers as effective contributors towards child mental health services. Keywords – Leaning disability, Attitude, Knowledge, Disabled Children, School teacher
13 “A STUDY TO ASSESS THE KNOWLEDGE & PRACTICE OF STAFF NURSE REGARDING KANGAROO MOTHER CARE WITH A VIEW TO DEVELOP AN INFORMATIONAL BOOKLET IN SELECTED HOSPITALS, KOTA (RAJASTHAN)” , Mr. Lokesh Bhardwaj
Introduction:- The birth of a baby is one of the most awe-inspiring and emotional events that can occur in one’s lifetime. The Kangaroo Mother Care programme shows mothers how to keep their newborns warm with continuous skin-to-skin contact. Material & Method:-As per the Based on modified Imogene king’s Goal attainment model a conceptual framework was made. The research design used was a non-experimental descriptive design; Non-Randomize Purposive sampling technique was used to select 60 subject based on certain pre determined criteria. A Structured Questionnaire Schedule was prepared for assessing knowledge and observation check list for practice of staff nurses regarding kangaroo mother care. The tool comprised of three sections. Result:-It was evident that there was a statistically significant association between the practice score with demographic variables at the probability level of p<0.05. It was evident that there was a statistically significant association between the knowledge score with demographic variables at the probability level of p<0.05. Conclusion: Hence the research hypothesis stated that there will be significant association between the practice score of the staff nurses with selected demographic variable was accepted. Hence the research hypothesis stated that there will be significant association between the knowledge score of the staff nurses with selected demographic variable was accepted Key words: Knowledge, Practice, Kangaroo Mother Care