Nursing Research and Practice / 2014 / Article / Tab 4

Research Article

Hypertension Education Intervention with Ugandan Nurses Working in Hospital Outpatient Clinic: A Pilot Study

Table 4

Proportion of participants’ perceived responses on the attitudes pre-post test using Respondents’ Attitude to Assessment Strategies for Prevention of High Blood Pressure tool.

Variable   Percent (pre)Percent (Post)

(1) Patient education intervention to reduce BP85.7100
(2) Disagreed that alcohol and tobacco consumption status is personal and should not be discussed with patient85.742.9
(3) Regular documentation of HT patient medication a waste of time71.414.3
(4) Weight reduction is rather tasking to be an effective strategy71.414.3
(5) Overall attitude change from baseline76%

Data extracted from primary source.

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