Effect of Educational Sessions Regarding Women Reproductive Rights on Student Nurse Theoretical Achievement, Attitude and Satisfaction

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Effect of Educational Sessions Regarding Women Reproductive Rights on Student Nurse Theoretical Achievement, Attitude and Satisfaction

Keywords

Educational sessions, reproductive rights, theoretical achievement, attitude, satisfaction, student nurses

How to Cite

Ashry, F., Abo Shabana, K., Abdel Ati, I., & Ali, M. (2021). Effect of Educational Sessions Regarding Women Reproductive Rights on Student Nurse Theoretical Achievement, Attitude and Satisfaction. Evidence-Based Nursing Research, 3(1), 10. https://doi.org/10.47104/ebnrojs3.v3i1.202

Abstract

Context: Women's reproductive rights are a nursing concern that is considered of vital importance and has widespread implications on the health, wellbeing, and development of the entire population.

Aim: Investigate the effect of educational sessions regarding women's reproductive rights on student nurses' theoretical achievement, attitude, and satisfaction, at the Faculty of Nursing, Port Said University.

Methods: Quasi-experimental research (Pre-test/post-test) design was used to achieve the aim of this study. A purposive sample of 92 female nursing students in the third and fourth academic year was recruited in this study. Data collection tools included a structured interviewing questionnaire, women reproductive rights attitude assessment scale, and women reproductive rights satisfaction scale.

Results: A statistically significant improvement was observed among the studied sample theoretical achievement post-intervention compared to pre-intervention. A significant improvement was observed among the studied sample attitude post-intervention compared to pre-intervention, and the majority of the students were satisfied with the application of educational sessions regarding women's rights.

Conclusions: The present study's hypothesis was supported. The student nurse who attended the educational session regarding women's reproductive rights has improved the theoretical achievement and attitude compared to their pre-intervention levels. The present study recommended integrating Egyptian women's reproductive rights into the curriculum of the undergraduate, postgraduate student nurses at the faculty of Nursing at Port Said University. A replication of the current study was also suggested in another setting and on another sampling.

https://doi.org/10.47104/ebnrojs3.v3i1.202

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