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A Study to Assess the Effectiveness of Planned Teaching Programme on Knowledge Regarding Distraction Therapy for Reducing Pain in Infant During Immunization among Staff Nurses in Selected Hospitals of Indore [ M.P.]

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.10, No. 3)

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Page : 598-600

Keywords : Effectiveness; Planned teaching programme; Knowledge;

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Role of nurse in immunization of infant Involved and prepared in all aspects of immunization- education, managing vaccination, vaccine administration and prescription, and advisory roles very likely to promote and support immunization. successful in overcoming key barriers to full engagement in immunization activities such as requirement for prescription and other individual, system and organizational barriers Vaccination are safe and effective can go a long way towards assuring parents that they are doing the best thing for their children, a pediatric nurse practitioner who represents. In this was noted at post-test arrange that the normal (Mean ± Standard Deviation) information scoring (13.09±2.76 focuses) of staff nurses observed to be altogether more prominent and improved after organization of organized showing program when contrasted with normal pre-existed learning scoring (6.59±2.63 focuses) at gauge (pre-test) organize.

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