Implementation of the Case-Based Learning (CBL) Method on Protein Energy Malnutrition in Third-Year Basic B. Sc Students of Nursing

In terms of both social and economic ramifications, the health service has emerged as a vital one. As a result, the growth of this industry necessitates a focus on personnel competency and societal health demands. The adoption of case-based learning approach in dealing with protein energy malnutrition-related situations is the goal of this study. The goal of this research is to quantify improvements in topic knowledge retention and attitudes. The students in this study are divided into two groups, one of which receives standard lecture-based learning and the other of which is introduced to CBL technique. The impact of CBL on the latter group was studied using statistical methods such as the unpaired t-test, and the results were reported in tabular form. Overall, students’ memory of topic knowledge has improved, as have their attitudes about CBL methods from both students and teachers. This research intends to help revitalise the nursing education curriculum by improving teaching methods and focusing more attention on societal issues such as protein energy malnutrition treatment.

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Jaya John Varghese
Pediatric Nursing Department, Sadhu Vaswani College of Nursing, 10- 10/1 Koregaon Road, Pune- 411001, India.

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