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Vol. 8, Issue 6 (2019)

to assess the practices regarding management of selected behavioral problems in school going children among the mothers in selected urban areas of Pune city

Author(s):
Dr. Bhagyashree Jogdeo, Manasi Deshamukh, Priyanka Yesware, Asif Sayyad and Bhavesh
Abstract:
A study titled “A study to assess the practices regarding management of selected behavioural problems in school going children among the mothers in selected urban areas of Pune city.” Was Conducted for The Partial Fulfillment of The Bachelor Degree of Nursing Bharati Vidhyapeeth Deemend To Be University, Pune During Year 2018-2019.
The objective of the study was:
1.To assess the practices regarding management of selected behavioral problems in children among the mothers.
2.To find association of practice with selected demographic variables.
In this study the research design adopted is exploratory design. The study will include 150 mothers for the present study. In this study, sample will be selected by using non – probability snow ball sampling technique.
Section A: Deal with the demographic data that consists of seven items that is age of mother, religion, educational status, occupation, type of family.
Section B: Consist of 23 self structured questionnaires.
The finding of the study shows that mothers having good practices 85.3 % regarding of management of behavioral problems in school going children, 14.7% of mothers have poor practices.
The present study in short gave the researchers a new experience, a chance to widen their knowledge and a venue to interact with the mother.
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How to cite this article:
Dr. Bhagyashree Jogdeo, Manasi Deshamukh, Priyanka Yesware, Asif Sayyad, Bhavesh. to assess the practices regarding management of selected behavioral problems in school going children among the mothers in selected urban areas of Pune city. Pharma Innovation 2019;8(6):446-448.

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