Relationship between the level of knowledge and level of anxiety during initial parenteral administration among BSN 3 students Batch 2006
Date of Completion
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Anxiety, Parenteral Administration
The study utilized a non-experimental descriptive type of research. Using purposive sampling technique, the study focused on the relationship of the level of knowledge and level of anxiety of 81 nursing students from the BSN 3 Batch 2006 during their initial parenteral administration. A self-made pre-test questionnaire and adapted questionnaire, the Beck Anxiety Inventory, were distributed to respondents. Statistical treatments used were percentage, mean and Spearman’s Rho. The study concluded that, 1) Majority of the respondents are classified as very good in their pre-test before their parenteral administration. 2) Majority of the respondents have mild anxiety during their initial parenteral administration. 3) The level of knowledge has no significant relationship to the level of anxiety of BSN 3 students during initial parenteral administration.
Paredes, R. J., & Sebastian, J. J. (2004). Relationship between the level of knowledge and level of anxiety during initial parenteral administration among BSN 3 students Batch 2006. [Bachelor's thesis, De La Salle Medical and Health Sciences Institute]. GreenPrints. https://greenprints.dlshsi.edu.ph/bsn/227/