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Kerala University Nursing Dissertations

Dr Mansoor Ali

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Never copy and paste the entire lines or paragraph, but re-write the key finding in your own language – beware of plagiarism.

Example : “Fever is common in Kerala”
You have to rewrite in your own words to avoid plagiarism
“Kerala is a place where fever is common in rainy season” – then give reference.

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  • Re submit if above the proposed percentage
  • Resubmission can be done until the last date
  • Up to 25% of similarity can be allowed by many Universities.
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Dr Mansoor Ali K R BHMS,MD(Hom)
Associate  Professor- Govt. Homeopathic Medical College, Calicut
Email : homoeobook@gmail.com

 

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MAITRI COLLEGE OF NURSING, ANJORA, DURG (C.G.)S.No Topics of the thesis2010 TO 2012

1. A study to assess the effectiveness of planned teachingprogramme regarding breast engorgement and itsmanagement among post natal mothers admitted indistrict hospital, Durg (C.G.)2. A study to assess the effectiveness of structuredteaching programme on knowledge regardingmanagement and prevention of Type II Diabetesmellitus among adult patients admitted in districthospital, Durg (C.G.)3. A descriptive study to assess the knowledge regarding Tuberculosis and its prevention among the patientsadmitted in district hospital, Durg (C.G.)4. A study to evaluate the effectiveness of structuredteaching programme regarding Kwashiorkor andmarasmus among mothers of under five children inAnjora, Durg (C.G.)5. A descriptive study to assess the knowledge regardingAIDS and its prevention among adolescents (

15-17

 yrs)studying in Govt. Higher secondary school in Anjora,Durg (C.G.)6. A quasi a experimental study to assess theeffectiveness of structured teaching programme onknowledge regarding hypertension and its managementamong hypertensive patients between the age group of 

30-60

 yrs, admitted in Apollo BSR hospital, Bhilai (C.G.)

2011 TO 2013

1. A study to evaluate the effectiveness of Structured Teaching programme on knowledge on prevention of heart disease among patient admitted in selectedhospitals in Bhilai (C.G.).2. An descriptive study to assess the knowledge andpractice of student nurses regarding prevention of pressure ulcer in selected college of nursing, Raipur(C.G.).3. A study to assess the effectiveness of structuredteaching programme regarding knowledge of cardiaccatheterization among the staff nurses working in thecardiac unit of selected hospitals in Raipur (C.G.).