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Assess the Knowledge Regarding HIV/Aids among B.Sc. Nursing 1st Year Students

Shaiji MJ*, Pandey Kritika, Dariyal Garima, Srivastav Monika, Suyal Neha, Arya Neha, Vishwas Pooja, Kandpal Priyanka, Mahara Purnima, Bisht Rashi, Sharma Reshu
Droan College of Nursing, India 

Citation: Shaiji MJ, Kritika P, Garima D, Monika S, Neha S et al (2021) Assess the Knowledge Regarding HIV/Aids among B.Sc. Nursing 1st Year Students. SciTech Women & Nursing 2021. 

Received: November 17, 2020         Accepted: November 19, 2020         Published: November 20, 2020

Abstract

The present study was conducted to assess knowledge regarding Hiv/Aids among B.Sc. nursing 1 year students.
Methodology: Quantitative research approach was used in the study and descriptive research study design was selected the tool used for the study was structured questionnaire to assess socio demographic data and structured questionnaire to assess knowledge regarding Hiv/aids.
Result: In this study it was shown that majority 83.3% of 1st year student having average knowledge, 10% of students having poor knowledge and 66% students having good knowledge regarding Hiv/Aids.
Conclusion: Majority of 1st year B.Sc. nursing students having average knowledge regarding Hiv/Aids and there was no significant association between the knowledge and selected demographic variables.
 
Keywords: HIV/Aids, B.Sc nursing 1 year student