Vol. 2, Issue 6 (2017)
A study to assess the level of anxiety among I year GNM Students at Narayana School of nursing, Nellore
Author(s): Kalavathi, Rajeswari H, Somesula Suchitra, Shabana, Arumugam Indira
Abstract: Back ground of the study: Anxiety occurs naturally in most people lives at one point or another often experienced by individual prior to a significant experience in their live brought on by a specific situation. Anxiety as an episodic experience of the motion an enduring temperament or predisposition to experience for state of anxiety frequently. Every person experience anxiety and how they react to the occurrence is unique to them. Objectives: To assess the level of anxiety among I year GNM students. To find out the association between the level of anxiety among I year GNM students with their selected socio demographic variables. Material and method: The present study was conducted by using quantitative approach and descriptive design. The samples were selected by using non probability convenience sampling technique. Results and Discussions: level of anxiety among I year GNM students, 1(3.4%) had low anxiety and 29 (96.6%) had moderate anxiety levels. Conclusion: The study concluded that the I year GNM students had low anxiety, since students play and important and education and stress management is appropriate for them.
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