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Effect of Digital Drugs Educational Program on Nursing Students' Knowledge and Attitudes at Benha University
Authors: Asmaa Mohammed Ali Alabd, 2 Soha Kamel Mesbah, 3 Naglaa Fathi Mohamed Elattar, 4 Nehad Ahmed Zahra
Year: 2019
Keywords: Digital Drug, Healthcare Practitioners, Prevention, Teenage
Journal: International Journal of Nursing Didactics
Volume: 9
Issue: 4
Pages: 39-48
Publisher: Not Available
Local/International: International
Paper Link: Not Available
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Background: Digital drug abuse has recently been approached as an urging topic endangering Middle Eastern teenager through different media channels. This approach raised a lot of discussion and speculations among health practitioners, especially toxicologists, psychiatrists and community health practitioners. This study aimed to evaluate the effect of digital drugs educational program on nursing students' knowledge and attitude at Benha University. A Quasi-experimental design was used to conduct this study, at Faculty of Nursing Benha University during the period from October 2017 to December 2017 then from March 2018 to May 2018. Subjects: A purposive sample of 313 students selected according to study formula based on the total number of students during the academic year 2017-2018. Tools: Two tools were utilized for data collection. The Tool I- A Self-administrated Questionnaire was developed. Tool II- A Likert scale to assess nursing student‟s attitude regarding digital drugs. Results: There were statistically significant differences between the mean students‟ knowledge scores and attitude of pre-program and post-program(P

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