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Title: 100 a descriptive study to assess the psychosocial impact of children suffering from AIDS and their principal care givers issues and challenges of the future
Researcher: Navamani, Indira W
Guide(s): Raghu, M B
Keywords: 100a Descriptive
AIDS
Children suffering
Psychosocial impact
Submit Date: 24-Apr-2014
University: Sri Ramachandra University
Completed Date: 2005
Abstract: A descriptive study To Assess the Psycho-Social Impact of Children Suffering from AIDS and their Principal Care-givers, Issues and challenges of the Future OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY: - 1. To identify the psycho-social impact of children suffering from AIDS and their principal care-givers. 2. To assess the psycho-social impact of children suffering from AIDS and their principal care-givers. 3. To determine the psycho-social impact of children suffering from AIDS and their principal care-givers. 4. To correlate the psycho-social impact of children suffering from AIDS and their principal care-givers and the supportive role of the nurse in counseling them. 5.To associate the psycho-social impact of children suffering from AIDS and their principal care-givers with selected socio-demographic data. The non-participatory observation technique was used. The investigator devised a four-point scale Interview schedule consisted of questionnaires for children suffering from AIDS and their principal care-givers, which was related to the four domains, namely, physical, psychological, social and spiritual aspects of the individual. The investigator had utilized W.H.O. QOL-Bref Field trial version December 1996, a validated tool. In addition, the burden assessment schedule scale a standardized stress related illness checklist, the EPQ (J) questionnaire was used. The investigator provided individual counseling and family counseling to the children suffering from AIDS and their principal care-givers. The total score of each psycho-social variable was analysed and highest score was allotted for a healthier pattern of adjustment which indicates bon adaptation, the least score indicates maladjustment which requires further adjustment and coping towards an individual s life and illness. The study included 300 children suffering from AIDS and their (n=300) principal care-givers admitted in the Government institute of thoracic medicine and chest diseases, Tambaram Chennai-47. The subjects were selected according to the criteria s set
Pagination: 219p.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/17937
Appears in Departments:College of Nursing

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