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Vol. 7, Issue 5 (2018)

A study to evaluate the effectiveness of structured teaching program in terms of practice regarding hand washing techniques among school going children in selected school of Barara, Ambala

Author(s):
Mamta, Mamta, Manisha, Manisha Kumari, Manisha Thakur, Manpreet Kaur, Mahek Sharma, Mohan Sharma, Mohit Machal, Sarungbam Sarju Devi, Sanasam Bankim Chandra Singh and Jyoti Sarin
Abstract:
The current study aimed to evaluate the effectiveness of structured teaching program in terms of Practice regarding hand washing techniques among school going children in selected school of Barara, Ambala. To assess and compare Practice regarding hand washing techniques among school going children before and after structured teaching programme. To determine the association of level of Practice with selected sample characteristics. A quantitative research approach using one group pre test-post test design studying in Government Girl High School of Barara, Ambala. Sample Characteristics, observational checklist were used to collect the data. The study concludes that structured teaching programme was found effective in improving the practice of school going children regarding hand washing techniques.
Pages: 168-170  |  466 Views  17 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Mamta, Mamta, Manisha, Manisha Kumari, Manisha Thakur, Manpreet Kaur, Mahek Sharma, Mohan Sharma, Mohit Machal, Sarungbam Sarju Devi, Sanasam Bankim Chandra Singh, Jyoti Sarin. A study to evaluate the effectiveness of structured teaching program in terms of practice regarding hand washing techniques among school going children in selected school of Barara, Ambala. Pharma Innovation 2018;7(5):168-170.
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