Hospital handling of waste is critical for
overall health and well-being throughout life and is a
reflection of overall health status. Research and other
improvements in hospital waste management assist us in
ensuring safe and effective waste disposal. This goal can
be achieved with the help of the state committee,
healthcare providers, and all individuals. The goal of the
study was to increase understanding of hospital waste
management through a video instructional program.
Methodology- The influence of a video-assisted education
program on staff nurses' complete biomedical waste
management was evaluated using a quasi-experimental
before intervention and after intervention approach.
Study’s intended population was staff nurses. The data
was analyzed with the sample size 100 statistical tool
EZR-Software version 2.4, with the research purpose
and assumptions serving as the basis. Result the before
intervention and after intervention knowledge scores of
the staff nurse were 14.593.28 and 22.284.07,
respectively. The pre-intervention and post-intervention
practice scores of the staff nurses were. The study
concluded that knowing hospital waste management is
crucial for hospital staff nurses trying to prevent and
control disease transmission.