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NNJ. 2015; 4(1): 28-30

A quasi experimental study to assess the effectiveness of structured teaching programme on the knowledge regarding the ill effects of alcoholism among labourers.

BM. Madhavi.


The term Alcoholism was first used in 1849 by Magnus Huss, a physician to describe the systematic adverse effects of alcoholism. Alcohol consumption has been steadily increasing in developing countries like India and decreasing in developed countries since the 1980s.This study is conducted o evaluate the effectiveness of structured teaching programme among labourers on ill effects of alcoholism among labourers.The data was collected by using a structured Interview Schedule. 100 Labourers were selected by non-probability convenience sampling. The data collection instrument was a Structured questionnaire to assess knowledge in Pre and Post test, STP on ill effects of alcoholism among labourers. Aspect wise enhancement of knowledge score on ill effects of alcoholism was found higher (54.082%) in the aspect of Prevention. The study concluded that structured teaching programme was effective in improving the knowledge of labour regarding ill effects of alcohol.

Key words: Alcoholism, Alcholol.

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