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Paper Title: A STUDY TO EVALUATE THE EFFECTIVENESS OF BUNDLE OF STRESS INTERVENTION PROGRAM TO IMPROVE RESILIENCE ON STRESS AMONG BSC NURSING 1ST YEAR STUDENTS STUDYING AT SELECTED NURSING COLLEGE KANPUR, UTTAR PRADESH
Authors Name: Miss Jyoti Pal , Mrs. Ekjot Kaur
Unique Id: IJSDR2211069
Published In: Volume 7 Issue 11, November-2022
Abstract: Perceived stress in nursing education were considered as one of the most important issue in the modern world. During nursing education and training students are frequently exposed to various stressors which may directly or indirectly affect their resilience level. The present study was conducted to assess the effectiveness of bundle of stress intervention program to improve resilience on stress among B.Sc. nursing first year students. The objectives of the study were (i) to assess the level of resilience and stress among 1st year B.Sc. nursing students (ii) to evaluate the effectiveness of bundle of stress intervention program to improve resilience on stress among 1st year B.Sc. nursing students (iii) to associate the level of resilience and stress with selected demographic variables (iv) to correlate the level of resilience and stress among 1st year B.Sc. nursing students at selected nursing college, Kanpur, UP. A quasi experimental one group pre test post test only design was used for study. 60 nursing students were taken a sample who fulfill the inclusion criteria. Simple Random Sampling technique was used. Demographic questionnaire, Perceived stress scale and Connor Davidson Resilience Scale (CD-RISC 10) were the tools used for data collection. The findings of the study revealed that in Pre-test majority of the nursing students 41(68.3%) were having high perceived stress, 16(26.7%) were having moderate perceived stress and least of the nursing students 3(5%) were having low perceived stress and the Pre-test mean score and Standard Deviation (27.23 and 4.952). In Post- test, highest nursing students 49(81.7%) had low perceived stress, 9(15%) had moderate perceived stress and least nursing students 2(3.3%) had high perceived stress and the Post test mean score and Standard Deviation (12.50 and 3.924). In Pre-test maximum nursing students 55(91.7%) had low level of resilience and only 5(8.3%) nursing students had high level of resilience and The Pre- test score mean score and standard deviation (14.87 and 3.397). In Post- test , majority of the nursing students 58(96.7%) had high level of resilience and only 2(3.3%) nursing students had low level of resilience. and The Post-test mean score and Standard Deviation (28.88 and 3.928). The mean score of post-test perceived stress was 12.50(20.83%) which was lower than the pre-test perceived stress mean score was 27.23(45.38%), and the mean score of post-test of resilience was 28.88(48.13%) which was higher then the pre-test resilience mean score 14.87 (24.78%) suggesting that the bundle of stress intervention program was effective in decreasing the level of perceived stress and increasing the level of resilience among B.Sc. nursing first year students. . The findings revealed that correlation coefficient rs= -0.1026 and there was a negative correlation between perceived stress and resilience level among nursing students. It is concluded that bundle of stress intervention program was effective in decreasing the level of perceived stress and increasing the level of resilience among B.Sc. nursing 1st year students.
Keywords: Perceived Stress, Resilience, Nursing students
Cite Article: "A STUDY TO EVALUATE THE EFFECTIVENESS OF BUNDLE OF STRESS INTERVENTION PROGRAM TO IMPROVE RESILIENCE ON STRESS AMONG BSC NURSING 1ST YEAR STUDENTS STUDYING AT SELECTED NURSING COLLEGE KANPUR, UTTAR PRADESH", International Journal of Science & Engineering Development Research (www.ijsdr.org), ISSN:2455-2631, Vol.7, Issue 11, page no.436 - 441, November-2022, Available :http://www.ijsdr.org/papers/IJSDR2211069.pdf
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Published In: Volume 7 Issue 11, November-2022
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