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Year : 1993  |  Volume : 37  |  Issue : 1  |  Page : 23-5

A study on the impact of awareness programme imparted to in-service nursing staff on their knowledge regarding AIDS.

MCH, Calcutta

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C Dutta
MCH, Calcutta

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One hundred five In-service nursing personnel of West Bengal Health Service, who completed a two day's orientation training programme on AIDS were subjected to Pre and Post-training assessment of their knowledge relating to AIDS by the same written questionnaire. Significant improvement in percentage of subjects (from 7.6% pre-training to 51.4% post-training) with desirable level of awareness and knowledge could be achieved by the programme. The importance of inclusion of study of AIDS in the pre- qualification curriculum and continuing education for nursing personnel is stressed.

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