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Karthika Mk, Karthika Mk, Indira S, B Kavitha
2017 unpublished
Back ground: Nursing education is a higher standard of education a deeper and clear understanding of social issues and greater technical efficiency. Nursing is viewed as in interpersonal process. Health care personnel, of which nursing is usually the largest group is developed to meet the requirement of the health care system for meeting the health needs of population, planning for nursing education may for the education for other health and development. Aim: To assess the level of knowledge
more » ... vel of knowledge regarding quality of nursing education among nurses in NMCH, Nellore. Material and method: Study conducted by using the quantitative research approach by using non experimental descriptive research design. The samples were selected by using Non probability convenience sampling technique. Statistical Analysis Used: The collected data was organized, tabulated, analyzed and interpreted by using descriptive and inferential statistics based on the objectives of the study. Results and Conclusion: The result shows that with regard to level of knowledge regarding quality of nursing education among nurses 4(13.3%) of nurses had A+ grade of knowledge, 5(16.7%) of nurses had Score A grade of knowledge, 8(26.6%) of nurses had score B+ grade of knowledge, 7(23.4%) of nurses had score B grade of knowledge, 3(10%) of nurses had score C grade of knowledge 3(10%) of nurses had score D Grade of knowledge. Introduction Nursing education is the production aspect of nursing man power development and is coordinated with planning and management aspects of nursing power. Nursing education is also coordinated with the education of professional in allied of health and development. Importance of nursing education is leads to improved professional practice, aids in updating knowledge and skills at all levels of the organization, helps in learning new knowledge develops interest and job satisfaction, creates supportive environment with opportunities for growth and communication, encourages in achieving self development and self confidence [1]. National health strategies, together with health manpower development plans, determine the tasks and functions for which nurses are to be responsible; these form the basis for nursing education. The elaboration of nursing tasks and functions in any nations health care system require consultation among nurse educators, nurse administration, health planners community health nurses, competence profiles are developed on these functions. They serve as a basis for developing explicit learning or educational objectives. Such educational objectives are the first step in the educational process and are key to ensuring the relevance of the educational programmes [2]. Mary A. Dolansky (2015) Over a decade has passed since the institute of medicine report on the need to improve the world wide health care system 98% and improvement in quality and safety has been reported. In India 55-60% the quality and safety education for nurses initiative was developed to integrate quality and safety competencies into nursing education. The current challenges for nurses to move beyond the application of QSEN competencies to individual, patients and families and incomporate systems, thinking in quality and safety education [3] .