Menstrual blood released by females
every month is being discarded as the
unhygienic waste .But the menstrual
blood contains large amount of self
renewing cells that can make a
distinction into a various other body
cells which reveals a great prospective
for the cell therapy.
STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
Evaluate the effectiveness of demo
through video on knowledge regarding
utilization of menstrual blood stem cells
among staff nurses at Christian mission
hospital in madurai.
To assess the level of pre test knowledge
among nurses regarding utilization of
menstrual blood stem cells.
To find the difference between pre test score
and post test score on knowledge among
To evaluate the effectiveness of demo throug video on
utilization of menstrual blood stem cells among
To find out the association between pretest and post
test knowledge with the selected demographic
SETTING OF THE STUDY
midwife training or
diploma in nursing
or B.sc nursing
The sample size was 60 nurses working in the Christian
METHOD OF SAMPLING
The sample were selected by purposive sampling
technique ,in which nurses who were available at the time of
data collection in the Christian mission hospital .
The knowledge score was interpreted in percentage as
Above 76% -Adequate knowledge
51 to 75% - moderately adequate knowledge
Below 50%- Inadequate knowledge
IN NURSING EDUCATION
IN NURSING SERVICES
IN NURSING RESEARCH
IN NURSING ADMINITRATION
A similar study can be conducted among non nursing
A descriptive study can be conducted regarding
menstrual blood stem cell collection
An experimental study can be conducted regarding
efficacy of the menstrual blood stem cells
This is an innovative study to increases the
knowledge and awareness of the nurses about
utilization of menstrual blood stem cells.
Through this study nurses aquire the skills
regarding utilization of menstrual blood stem
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