Effectiveness of Organized Teaching Programme on Knowledge regarding Stress and Stress Reduction Techniques among Adolescent Students of Green Valley Educational Institute Srinagar, (J and K)
Keywords:Adolescents, Effectiveness, organized teaching programme, stress and stress reduction techniques, knowledge, pre-test, post-test.
Background: Stress is a very uneasy feeling that everyone goes through in life and it is common in adolescents. Stress is a global public health problem with severe negative health consequences including anxiety, depression, cardiovascular diseases and suicides.
Methods: The research design selected for this study was preexperimental one group pre-test post-test design. In this study, knowledge of 60 adolescent students class 10th and 11th fulfilling the inclusion criteria were assessed by using self-structured knowledge questionnaire.
Results: pre test was followed by administration of organized teaching program on day 1st and post test was done on day 7th. On pre-test, majority of the study subjects (78.3%) had moderate knowledge, 16.7% had inadequate knowledge and 5% had adequate knowledge regarding stress and stress reduction techniques and on post-test majority of the study subjects (81.7%) had adequate knowledge, 13.3% had moderate knowledge and 5% had inadequate knowledge. The mean post-test knowledge score (39.57±6.840) of subjects was significantly higher than that of the mean pre-test knowledge score (21.68±5.09) at 0.05 level of significance.
Conclusion: As the organized teaching programme was found effective in improving the level of knowledge regarding stress and stress reduction technique.
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Banoo S, Kachroo M, Dar A, Zeenat I, Gul A, Aga O, Yaqoob I, Rasool F, Ayoub A, Yousuf R, Manzoor R. Effectiveness of Organized Teaching Programme on Knowledge regarding Stress and Stress Reduction Techniques among Adolescent
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