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International Journal of Psychiatry Research

Vol. 6, Issue 1, Part A (2024)

A study to assess the effectiveness of planned teaching programme on knowledge regarding anger management among college going nursing student at Saaii College of medical science and technology, Kanpur U.P.

Author(s):

Shivangi Rathore, Annapurna Das, Shraddha Upadhyay, Nilesh Yadav, Naincy Jaiswal, Manshi Shukla, Anchal Yadav, Anamika Gautam and Seema Chaudhary

Abstract:

Adolescents is the future of the nation. The future of the country depends on them so they need to be physically and mentally healthy. Adolescents is the stage where they experience much more thing of lives. Anger is an emotion whom adolescents as well as people have don’t idea to cope with them in their daily lives and that will be lead to their personality, problems in relationship, educational focus ,communication gap etc. Nursing students are the base of our country they cure to others. Due to various factors such as age, gender, education of the family, occupation status, residential area, place of living, number of sibling etc. they struggle from anger and does not focus in their Institution. Anger management is the therapy which provide the knowledge regarding anger, Cause of anger, sign and symptoms, triggers and how to manage the anger as well as make their Daily lives productive. The present study is an effort the awareness level of the college going nursing Students studying in private college of Kanpur.
According to previous study 73% male adolescents in India and 57% of female suffer from anger. Based on the data, 70% of students (111 students) admitted that they have bad temper on an “occasional” basis. Moreover, only 6 (3%) students said that they would “never” pretend to suppress or tolerate their emotions. 62% of the students on the other hand gave the median score of “occasionally” and “often” when it comes to suppressing and tolerating their anger. However, the rest of the students exhibit poor anger expressions skills, whereby 20% of them (32 students) said that they suppress their anger and tolerate it “most of the time.” An enormous majority of students (66%) said that they would “never” deal with anger by any of the mentioned means expressed in the questionnaire, while 25% do so “occasionally” and “often.” But 6%of students resort to negative habits “all the time.” Because of the poor knowledge they did not cope with their anger and it cause in their daily lives. Therefore, the study titled “A Study to assess the effectiveness of Planned Teaching Programme on Knowledge regarding Anger Management among college going nursing students at Saaii College of medical science and technology, Kanpur. U.P”
Conclusion: The finding of the study that students have less knowledge regarding anger management. The result indicated PTP was effective for students regarding anger management.
 

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International Journal of Psychiatry Research
How to cite this article:
Shivangi Rathore, Annapurna Das, Shraddha Upadhyay, Nilesh Yadav, Naincy Jaiswal, Manshi Shukla, Anchal Yadav, Anamika Gautam and Seema Chaudhary. A study to assess the effectiveness of planned teaching programme on knowledge regarding anger management among college going nursing student at Saaii College of medical science and technology, Kanpur U.P.. Int. J. Psychiatry Res. 2024;6(1):27-29. DOI: 10.33545/26648962.2024.v6.i1a.63
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