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International Journal of Advance Research in Nursing
International Journal of Advance Research in Nursing
2019, Vol. 2, Issue 2, Part B
The effect of the first-aid training program on students’ traditional approaches that use in emergencies

Mohamed Alboliteeh, Salwa Ali, Eman Sayed Masood and Nouf Mehajaa Mharb Al-enz

First aid is the initial care for ill and injured. It helps to urgently manage the health problems of adolescent children. Teaching first aids should be compulsory in all students through advanced methods of teaching strategies. Thus, there is a need for this type of study to develop educational programs. Therefore, this study aimed to assess the design, implement and evaluate a training program for students of the preparatory year for colleges of literary studies to improve their knowledge and practices regarding first aid.
Female students enrolled in the preparatory year collage who were studying in the Literary at Hail University were the study participants pre-posttest research design was used. Data from a convenient sample of 200 students for first-year preparatory collage in the literary studies were recruited by a structured interview questionnaire included demographic characteristics. Health Knowledge and practices regarding first aid. Results of this study reviled that all students had unsatisfactory knowledge and inadequate practice regarding first aid. This improved post-program significantly. Recommendation: It is necessary to improve the wide-spreading of first aid training programs for the whole university. Constant and practical of this program by nurses must take an effective role in the training program.
Pages : 125-131 | 481 Views | 221 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Mohamed Alboliteeh, Salwa Ali, Eman Sayed Masood, Nouf Mehajaa Mharb Al-enz. The effect of the first-aid training program on students’ traditional approaches that use in emergencies. Int J Adv Res Nurs 2019;2(2):125-131. DOI: 10.33545/nursing.2019.v2.i2.B.67
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