Impact of Online Nursing Education: Nursing Students’ Knowledge Towards Patient Safety in Nursing Academic Institution, Kolkata, West Bengal, India

Year : 2024 | Volume :02 | Issue : 01 | Page : 15-21
By

Jharna Ghosh

Santhna Letchmi Panduragan

Faridah Mohd. Binti Said

  1. Principal Sister Florence College of Nursing West Bengal India
  2. Dean Lincoln University College Malaysia
  3. Deputy Dean Lincoln University College Malaysia

Abstract

Introduction: Online education is rapidly growing as an alternative way of preparing nursing students since the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak. The future healthcare workforce has shifted to an online mode of education. Objectives: To assess the impact of online nursing education and nursing students’ knowledge on patient safety. Method: A descriptive study was done among 209 nursing students using a random sampling technique. Data were collected from demographic information on online education and a self-reported knowledge questionnaire. Results: The data revealed that third year (50.72%) and fourth year (49.28%) B.Sc. Nursing students who attended more than 6 months of online classes (55.98%) were from rural residences (67.46%) and faced problems with education material storage (58.85%) and the internet (68.90%). As per opinion, 91.87% students shared that they needed more practice. Data also highlighted that nursing students’ (75.12%) knowledge score towards patient safety was very good, with a mean of 24.83, median of 15.68, and SD of 5.49.

Keywords: Online nursing education, knowledge, patient safety, nursing students, demographic data

[This article belongs to International Journal of Community Health Nursing And Practices(ijchnp)]

How to cite this article: Jharna Ghosh, Santhna Letchmi Panduragan, Faridah Mohd. Binti Said. Impact of Online Nursing Education: Nursing Students’ Knowledge Towards Patient Safety in Nursing Academic Institution, Kolkata, West Bengal, India. International Journal of Community Health Nursing And Practices. 2024; 02(01):15-21.
How to cite this URL: Jharna Ghosh, Santhna Letchmi Panduragan, Faridah Mohd. Binti Said. Impact of Online Nursing Education: Nursing Students’ Knowledge Towards Patient Safety in Nursing Academic Institution, Kolkata, West Bengal, India. International Journal of Community Health Nursing And Practices. 2024; 02(01):15-21. Available from: https://journals.stmjournals.com/ijchnp/article=2024/view=143787




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Volume 02
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Received February 12, 2024
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Published March 11, 2024