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American Journal of Nursing Research. 2019, 7(3), 365-374
DOI: 10.12691/ajnr-7-3-18
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Effect of Evidence-based Program among Adolescent Nursing Student’s Regarding Premenstrual Tension Syndrome

Nadia Abd Alhamid Attit Allah1, Rehab Mohammed Abd Elhady2 and Amira Refaat Said3,

1Maternity and Gynecological Nursing, Faculty of Nursing, Ain Shams University, Egypt

2, 3 Obstetrics and Woman's Health Nursing, Faculty of Nursing, Benha University, Egypt

32, 3 Obstetrics and Woman's Health Nursing, Faculty of Nursing, Benha University, Egypt

Pub. Date: April 20, 2019

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Nadia Abd Alhamid Attit Allah, Rehab Mohammed Abd Elhady and Amira Refaat Said. Effect of Evidence-based Program among Adolescent Nursing Student’s Regarding Premenstrual Tension Syndrome. American Journal of Nursing Research. 2019; 7(3):365-374. doi: 10.12691/ajnr-7-3-18

Abstract

Background: Premenstrual tension syndrome is one of the most common disorders in adolescent girls that could significantly interfere with activities of daily life. It refers to a group of expectable mood, behavioral, and physical symptoms that occurs 7-14 days before the onset of menstruation. The studies indicated that high proportion of adolescence suffering from PMS. So it is very important for these girls to determine efficacy of evidence-based program for increasing knowledge and decreasing the severity of PMS. Aim: Was to evaluate effect of evidence based program among adolescent nursing student’s regarding PMS. Quasi-experimental design: (pre and post intervention) was conducted. A total sample of (100) girls (All female students in the first and second grades) aged between 17 and 19 years, who suffered from PMS. Setting: The study was conducted at the Faculty of Nursing, Benha University. Data were collected through two main. Tools: A structured self-administered questionnaire, and self-practices daily activities toward PMS. Results: showed that, there was highly statistically significant difference in all items of knowledge & practices after application of the evidence-based program as compared with that before applying it. Meanwhile, after training program, there was a significant improvement in the student’s body weight after applying program compared with that before applying it, the mean weight pre –program was 77.4 +5. 8Kg, while the mean weight post –program was 68.89+6.332 Kg. Conclusion: Overall, the findings revealed that, the evidence-based program had a possible positive beneficial effect on increasing knowledge and decreasing PMS signs and symptoms severity. Also, the evidence based program has decreased the effect of PMS S & S on study group life. Thus, the study recommended that continuing health education program about PMS that aimed at understanding signs & symptoms of PMS which emphasize on self-care measures and life style modifications.

Keywords:
premenstrual syndromes evidence-based adolescent girls student’s knowledge and practices

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