Methodical Learning on Organ Donation: Effect on Students Knowledge and Attitude

Authors

  • Maninder Singh1 , Manpreet Kaur Grewal1 , Amanpreet Kaur1, Yamini Chopra2, Aarti Bhatt2 , Tenzin Choden2,Manisha Sharma2

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37506/mlu.v21i1.2361

Keywords:

Organ donation, knowledge, attitude.

Abstract

Introduction: Organ donation provides the recipient with a second chance to live. Inappropriate knowledge
and attitude of individuals to organ donation are one of the most important barriers for organ donation.
Aims and Objectives: To determine the effectiveness of structured teaching program on knowledge and
attitude regarding organ donation among students.
Study Design: Pre-experimental one group pre-test and post-test.
Study Variables: Age, Religion, Habitat, Family type,Education stream, and Information source.
Result and Discussion: It was found that after a structured teaching program knowledge level of students
in post-test was increased that is 66% adequate knowledge whereas 34% of participants have moderate
knowledge. Also, in pre-test 89% of the student had poor attitude and 79% student had satisfactory attitude
in post-test. Significant association between the level scoreof knowledge with an information source had
been found.
Conclusion: In the present study, a marked increase in knowledge and change in the attitude level of the
students has been observed during the post test.

Author Biography

Maninder Singh1 , Manpreet Kaur Grewal1 , Amanpreet Kaur1, Yamini Chopra2, Aarti Bhatt2 , Tenzin Choden2,Manisha Sharma2

1Assitant Professor, 2B.Sc Nursing 4th Year Student, Chitkara School of Health Sciences,
Chitkara University, Punjab, India

Published

2021-01-09

How to Cite

Maninder Singh1 , Manpreet Kaur Grewal1 , Amanpreet Kaur1, Yamini Chopra2, Aarti Bhatt2 , Tenzin Choden2,Manisha Sharma2. (2021). Methodical Learning on Organ Donation: Effect on Students Knowledge and Attitude. Medico Legal Update, 21(1), 508-512. https://doi.org/10.37506/mlu.v21i1.2361

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