Topic: Assessing and evaluating the knowledge and clinical practices of all nursing staff of Children Cancer hospital and Afzaal Memorial Thalassemia Foundation.

• The findings hope to provide insights into culturally congruent educational interventions to increase knowledge and cultivate positive attitudes toward prevention of thalassemia and cancer in multi-ethnic communities. .INTRODUCTION BACKGROUND:(Remove this heading because introduction and background both are the same) • The critical and update knowledge is very necessary.

• Diagnosis of a life threatening disease such as cancer is devastating and has an enormous effect on one's quality of life. • Cancer is diagnosed in approximately 12 400 children and adolescents younger than 20 years each year in the United States.Cont…. • (this statement is not clear put another statistical data over here) .

. • Patients with thalassemia constitutes a heavy burden for affected families and the health care system.LITERATURE REVIEW • Thalassemia is one of the most common genetic blood disorders in the world.

. • In these ten decades (remove this words) medical science become very advance and they find various medicines to decrease the side effects of chemotherapy and radiotherapy.Cont… • The survival rate after the diagnosis of cancer is also depends on good nursing care .

( this is not clear like which type of observation so complete this one) .Cont… • Good knowledge of nurses can reduce the rate of mortality and complications of chemotherapy and blood transfusion. • Observation of nurse needs to be very fast.

• To understand the relationships between disease knowledge and treatment adherence in thalassemia and Cancer patients. • To explore the importance of selected factors in predicting patients’ knowledge about thalassemia major. .AIMS & OBJECTIVES • To examine disease knowledge in both thalassemia and Cancer patients.

SIGNIFICANCE  The knowledge of cancer and thalassemia is most important especially for the childhood. Transfusion is necessary for thalassemia pts . Because these patients are most immunocompromise. and the drugs chemotherapy is most danger for them.

Methods and Materials • Research design Experimental study.(are you sure that this is a experimental study or either sir Adnan has suggested) .

SAMPLING TECHNIQUE • Convenient Sampling. .

INCLUSION CRITERIA: • All nursing staff including nursing assistant. nursing technician. registered nurse and BScN. .

EXCLUSION CRITERIA: • Student nurses and interns were excluded • • • • Study duration Data collection tool Data analysis Ethical consideration (Add these heading and details because these are the compulsory) .

• Results: • working experience of all the populations. 18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 0 0 to 2 Year 3 to 5 Year 6 to 8 Year 9 to 11 Year 12 to 14 Year Male Female .

Qualification of the population 16 14 12 10 Male 8 6 4 2 0 Female Aid-Nurse Technician R/N BScN .

Comparison of working experience with their knowledge. 16 14 12 10 Fail Pass Excellent 8 6 4 2 0 0 to 2 Year 3 TO 5 Year 6 to 8 Year Excellent Pass Fail 9 to 11 Year 12 to 14 Year .

Comparison of working experience with their skills 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 0 0 to 2 Year 3 to 5 Year 6 to 8 Year Excellent Pass Fail 9 to 11 Year 12 to 14 Year Fail Pass Excellent .

Comparison of qualification with their skills 25 20 1 1 15 12 Excellent 15 Pass Fail 10 5 7 5 0 0 1 Aid-Nurse Technician R/N 1 2 0 BScN .

of people (pass) 01 14 20 03 % in Cancers 35% 40% 50% 65% % in thalassemia 30% 50% 60% 35% . of People 01 19 21 04 No.Final evaluation: Qualification Aid Nurse Technician RN BScN No.

theoretical knowledge among nurses was shown that they did not increase their knowledge after training but their skills did improved.Discussion • It has been previously illustrated that nurses with good theoretical knowledge achieve better performance . In another study. .

Cont… • In the AKU. then the result shows 60% nurses over good and remaining are satisfy. they select 400 nurses for taken the interview related to their knowledge and skills.(Remove this one and add your study findings because discussion is the part in which we represent our own research findings) .

 We took same assessment for knowledge and skills of all the nursing staff.Limitation:  We can’t take training classes more as they needed.  We select all the staff equally either they are aid nurse or either they are BScN.  .

Further concepts can be extended to the enhancement of the knowledge and practice. .Strength: • This study serves as the initiative/ baseline research.

.RECOMMENDATION • Our research would done on the assessment and evaluation of all the nurses who were working in care of childhood cancers and thalassemia patients.

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