Effect of competency based intervention on knowledge and feeding practice among caregivers of patients on NG tube feeding

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Linda Joseph and Smitha P. S

Volume: 10 | Issue: 01 | Year 2024 | Subscription
International Journal of Nursing Critical Care
Received Date: 03/05/2024
Acceptance Date: 03/18/2024
Published On: 2024-03-28
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Linda Joseph and Smitha P. S Effect of competency based intervention on knowledge and feeding practice among caregivers of patients on NG tube feeding International Journal of Nursing Critical Care. 2024; 10(01): -p.
Abstract

Background: Adequate nutrition will reduce the incidence of infection among tube fed patients which can improve the quality of the life of patients with nasogastric tube feeding. Poor management of nasogastric tube feeding may lead to   frequent complications above that no disease process improves with good nutrition.Aims: The study aimed at improving knowledge and practice of caregivers of patients with nasogastric tube feeding admitted in Govt. Medical College Hospital Kozhikode and to evaluate the effect of competency based intervention on knowledge and feeding practice among caregivers.Materials and Methods: A pre-experimental design involving a single group’s pretest and posttest was utilized. 30 participants were selected using inclusion criteria from medical wards of the hospital. Results: Finding of the study revealed most of the participants had average knowledge and poor practice respectively. Competency based intervention was effective in knowledge and practice of caregivers of patients with tube feeding. Conclusion: competency based intervention can change knowledge and feeding practice of caregivers of patients   with tube feeding. A positive change can improve overall health and prognosis of the patients.

Keywords: Nursing Care, Nasogastric tube feeding, Competency based intervention, caregivers, nutrition, diet.

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Linda Joseph and Smitha P. S Effect of competency based intervention on knowledge and feeding practice among caregivers of patients on NG tube feeding International Journal of Nursing Critical Care. 2024; 10(01): -p.

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