A descriptive study on satisfaction of mothers regarding nursing care related to delivery at selected Primary Health Center in Mysore.

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Sheela Kaddimani

Volume: 10 | Issue: 01 | Year 2024 | Subscription
International journal of Nursing Science Practice and Research
Received Date: 01/12/2024
Acceptance Date: 02/28/2024
Published On: 2024-03-29
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Sheela Kaddimani A descriptive study on satisfaction of mothers regarding nursing care related to delivery at selected Primary Health Center in Mysore. International journal of Nursing Science Practice and Research. 2024; 10(01): -p.
Abstract

A descriptive study on satisfaction of mothers regarding nursing care related to delivery at selected Primary Health Center in Mysore. The investigator used descriptive study design, purposive sampling technique was used to select the 80 mothers delivered in selected Primary Health Center in Mysore based on sample selection criteria and structured interview schedule was adopted. .  Information from the samples was gathered through interviews, and the data underwent analysis utilizing SPSS version 11.The study shows that Satisfaction of mothers regarding interpersonal relationship of the nurses was high 85.2% [( M= 17.04) S. D = 2.59], Satisfaction of mothers regarding physical care was low 79. 95% [M= 31.98 (S. D =5.95)]. The overall satisfaction of mothers regarding nursing care regarding delivery was high 82.7%. Sex of baby is independently associated with satisfaction of mothers’’ = 2.795 (P>0.05). None of the institutional factor were independently associated with satisfaction of mothers. The conclusion of the study was nurses need to improve the skills on all aspects of physical care to mothers during delivery. Ensuring 100% satisfaction requires nurses to deliver quality care in their workplace, utilizing resources, manpower, and time effectively to satisfy the needs of the parturient. Adequate nursing care is crucial for postpartum mothers. Government can also organize the in- service educational programme to the nursing staff working in the PHC to provide the quality of care to the mothers and also provide the facilities to the nursing staff working in the PHC.

Keyword: Primary Health centre, delivered mothers, Satisfaction, educational programme, nursing staff

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Sheela Kaddimani A descriptive study on satisfaction of mothers regarding nursing care related to delivery at selected Primary Health Center in Mysore. International journal of Nursing Science Practice and Research. 2024; 10(01): -p.

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