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ASSESS THE EFFECTIVENESS OF CARE PROTOCOL ON KNOWLEDGE AND PRACTICE OF PATIENTS RECEIVING RADIATION THERAPY REGARDING SYMPTOM MANAGEMENT IN A SELECTED HOSPITAL.

Mrs. Jinty John, M. Sc. Nursing, St. John’s College of Nursing, Bangalore Dr. Bindhu Mathew, Professor, Department of Medical Surgical Nursing, St. John’s College of Nursing, Bangalore Dr. Mazhar.H. Shariff, Professor & Head of the Department of Radiation Oncology St. John’s Medical College Hospital, Bangalore

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Assess the effectiveness of a nursing care protocol on practice of staff nurses regarding the care of mechanically ventilated patients in the critical care unit of a selected hospital

Mrs. MARGREAT N, Dr.MATHEW B, Dr.SAMPATH S. ST.JOHN’S MEDICAL COLLEGE HOSPITAL

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Mechanically Ventilated patients presents as one of the most complex and challenging aspects of critical care nursing practice. They are highly dependent on skilled nurses for providing care. In order to provide better quality care the nurses need good practice regarding care of patients on mechanical ventilator. The aim of the study was to assess and compare the practice of staff nurses regarding the care of mechanically ventilated patients before and after implementation of nursing care protocol, then to determine the association of practice with selected baseline variables.One group pre-test post-test design was adopted to conduct the study on 55 nurses working in critical care unit of St. John’s medical college hospital, Bangalore.

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Effectiveness of a video assisted teaching regarding vestibular rehabilitation exercises on knowledge and quality of life among patients with vertigo.

Tina Benjamin, Dr Bindhu Mathew, Dr V Sreenivas St John’s College of Nursing, Bangalore

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Vertigo is the feeling of spinning while being stationary. Vertigo is one of the most prevalent complaints in medicine, affecting approximately 20% to 30% of the world population. Vertigo can be self-managed with vestibular rehabilitation exercises.

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THE EFFECT OF A SPECIFIC INTERVENTION ON FATIGUE AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AMONG PATIENTS UNDERGOING HEMODIALYSIS IN A SELECTED HOSPITAL, BANGALORE

Ms. Grace Johnson, Dr. Bindhu Mathew, Dr. Renuka S St. John’s College of nursing, Bangalore

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End Stage Renal disease (ESRD) is a devastating medical, social and economic problem in which the kidneys no longer function well enough to meet the needs of daily life. Most of the patients showed fatigue and decrease in physical activity. Practice and follow-up of specific interventions can reduce fatigue and improve physical activity.

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EFFECT OF MEND MAPPING TEACHING STRATEGY (MMTS) ON CHEMISTRY STUDENTS’ ACHIEVEMENT, INTEREST, AND RETENTION IN ENUGU

PRO. D.N. EZEH Faculty of Education, University of Nigeria, Nsukka O.J Okeke (Ph.D) Faculty of Education, University of Nigeria, Nsukka

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This study determined the effect of MMTS on chemistry students’ interest retention and achievement in senior secondary school. The performance of students taught using MMTS (experimental) was compared with students taught without it as control. In order to give the study a sense of direction and carried it out effectively, three research questions were raised and answered while three null hypotheses were formulated and tested. A quasi experimental, nonequivalent, non-randomized pre-test post-test research design was adopted.

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TEACHERS SCIENTIFIC LITERACY: CONTRIBUTIONS TO STUDENTS ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AND SCIENTIFIC LITERACY IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN RIVERS STATE.

JOSEPH, Endurance Ayibatonye IHENKO, Sopuruchi

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The aim of the study was to investigate the role teachers’ scientific literacy plays in the development ofstudents’ scientific literacy and achievement in basic science with a view to understanding their relationship. The study adopted a correlation design with a population made upof all the teachers and students from allthe public junior secondary schools in Rivers State. A sample size of 200 students was used and the selection was done through a simple random sampling. The study was guided by three research questions and a corresponding three null hypotheses were formulated and tested at 0.05 levels of significance. Data were gathered through a self design instrument made up of three sections.The mean and standard deviation were used to answer the research questions while the independent t-test and Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) were used to test he hypotheses at 0.05 levels of significance. Findings revealed that scientific literacy has a significant relationship with students’ scientific literacy and achievement. The finding further revealed that teachers’ levels of scientific literacy determine the students’ literacy. In view of the above findings, some recommendations were made.

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