The health of neonates is essential to children's
health and survival. Neonatal death accounts for 56% of
under-5 fatalities and 69% of baby deaths in India. 45
percent of all deaths in children under the age of five
occur during the first week of life. Preterm problems are
the primary cause of new-born mortality, accounting for
35% of all neonatal fatalities. Major causes of mortality
include birth asphyxia, congenital abnormalities, and
infection. New-borns with low-birth-weight account for
roughly one-third of all neonatal mortality. Aim: Aim to
Assess the Effectiveness of Structured Teaching
Programme on knowledge regarding neonatal
resuscitation with Pedagogical Framework.
Methodology: A quantitative research approach and
True Experimental research design was used. The sample
consists of 60 3rd year Nursing students of Sharda
University by using a simple random sampling procedure.
Result: Statistically significant mean difference noted in
knowledge scores at post-test between the interventional
group and control group. This shows that a STP is an
effective intervention in improving the knowledge of
Neonatal Resuscitation with Pedagogical Framework
among Nursing Students. Conclusion: The difference in
pre-test and post-test knowledge score on Neonatal
resuscitation was used to conclude that STP was effective.
Nursing students' knowledge can be improved through
STP following the post-test. Nursing students, who are
going to be essential personnel in managing new-borns
health, expected to have adequate training and expertise
on the subject. To guarantee an acceptable neonatal
outcome, increasing the time and quality of training
programmes will help to reduce the neonatal mortality.
Keywords : Knowledge Regarding Neonatal Resuscitation, Pedagogical Framework.