A Study to Evaluate the Effectiveness of Video Assisted Teaching Program on Knowledge and Practice regarding Fast Food related Health Hazards among Adolescent Boys from selected school at Madurai

Kanagamani, G (2018) A Study to Evaluate the Effectiveness of Video Assisted Teaching Program on Knowledge and Practice regarding Fast Food related Health Hazards among Adolescent Boys from selected school at Madurai. Masters thesis, C. S. I. Jeyaraj Annapackiam College of Nursing, Madurai.

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Abstract

“A study to evaluate the effectiveness of video assisted teaching program on knowledge and practice regarding fast food related health hazards among adolescent boys from selected school at Madurai” was undertaken by G. Kanagamani in partial fulfilment of the requirement for the degree of Master of Science in Nursing at C.S.I Jeyaraj Annapackiam College of Nursing, affiliated to the Dr.M.G.R Medical University, Chennai, October -2018. OBJECTIVES: 1. To assess the pre-test and post-test knowledge and practice regarding video assisted teaching program on fast food related health hazards among adolescent boys in control and experimental group. 2. To evaluate the effectiveness of video assisted teaching program regarding fast food related health hazards among adolescent boys in experimental group. 3. To compare the pre-test and post-test score of video assisted teaching program on knowledge and practice regarding fast food related health hazards among adolescent boys between control and experimental group. 4. To find out the co-relation between knowledge and practice on video assisted teaching program regarding fast food related health hazards among adolescent boys in control and experimental group. 5. To find out the association between pre knowledge and practice on video assisted teaching program regarding fast food related health hazards with their selected demographical variables among adolescent boys in control and experimental group. METHODS: Review was done relevant to this study. The conceptual framework for the study was based upon general system theory model. The research design was quasi experimental non-randomized control group design. To evaluate the effectiveness of video assisted teaching program on knowledge and practice regarding fast food related health hazards among adolescent boys in selected school at Madurai. For pilot study, 6 samples were selected at CSR Thirunagar Higher Secondary School at Madurai. The feasibility of main study found through the pilot study. A total of 60 samples were included in this study using purposive sampling technique. The experts validated the tool on self-administered structured questionnaires assessed by the researcher. Reliability of the tool was r = 0.88. Main study was done in CSI Boys Higher Secondary School at Madurai. The collected data was analyzed tabulated and interpreted using descriptive and inferential statistics. CONCLUSION: The effect of video assisted teaching program regarding fast food related health hazards in the experimental group was highly significant among adolescent boys. • Level of knowledge regarding fast food related health hazards among adolescent boys with adequate knowledge 75%, moderate knowledge 51-75%, inadequate knowledge less than 50% in experimental group. • Level of practice regarding fast food related health hazards among adolescent boys with poor practice 33%, average practice 34-66%, good practice more than 66% in experimental group. • Over all paired ‘t ’ test was found in experimental group pre and post- test score to evaluate the effectiveness of video assisted teaching program on knowledge regarding fast food related health hazards among adolescent boys ‘t’ value is 8.58 and p value p < 0.001 was highly significant. • Over all paired ‘t’ test was found in experimental group pre and post-test score to evaluate the effectiveness of video assisted teaching program on practice regarding fast food related health hazards among adolescent boys ‘t’ value is 8.25 and p value p < 0.001 was highly significant. • Over all unpaired ‘t’ test was found in pre-test score knowledge level between control and experimental group regarding fast food related health hazards among adolescent boys ‘t’ value is 0.34 and p value p < 0.734 was no significant. • Over all unpaired ‘t’ test was found in post-test score knowledge level between control and experimental group to evaluate the effectiveness of video assisted teaching program regarding fast food related health hazards among adolescent boys in ‘t’ value is 8.515 and p value p < 0.001was highly significant. • Over all unpaired ‘t’ test was found in pre-test score practice level between control and experimental group regarding fast food related health hazards among adolescent boys in ‘t’ value is 0.32 and p value p < 0.746 was no significant. • Over all unpaired ‘t’ test was found in post-test score practice level between control and experimental group to evaluate the effectiveness of video assisted teaching program regarding fast food related health hazards among adolescent boys in ‘t’ value 7.07 and p value p<0.001 was highly significant. • Co-relation between knowledge and practice in control and experimental group both pre-test and post-test ‘t’ value 0.681 and p value p < 0.001 was highly significant. • There was no significant association between pre-test levels of knowledge in control and experimental group with their selected demographic variables. • There was significant association between pre-test levels of practice in control and experimental group with their selected demographic variables (Religion, educational status and source of information age).

Item Type: Thesis (Masters)
Additional Information: Reg.No.301615401
Uncontrolled Keywords: Video Assisted Teaching Program, Knowledge, Practice, Fast Food, Health Hazards, Adolescent Boys from, selected school, Madurai.
Subjects: NURSING > Paediatric Nursing
Depositing User: Subramani R
Date Deposited: 28 Sep 2019 16:22
Last Modified: 28 Sep 2019 16:22
URI: http://repository-tnmgrmu.ac.in/id/eprint/11602

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