• Mohamed Mansour Mahmoud Clinical Instructor in Nursing School -Ministry of Health, El Minia Governorate
  • Dr. Sahar Ahmad Shafik
  • Dr. Aliaa Mohammed Othman EL-Afandy


Background: First aid has a significant role in saving lives, eliminating the risk of death, Preventing serious complications and eliminating harm as much as possible until arrival at the hospital for appropriate treatment, Aim:  was to evaluate the effect of first aids training program for teachers dealing with special needs students. Design: A quasi-experimental design was used. Sample:  convenience sample all teachers (82teachers) was recruited. Setting: this study conducted in the Special needs schools at El-Minia City, three schools have the same name which called (El-amal schools for special needs (hearing, and visual disability).Tools: two tools was used to conduct the study, first tool consisted of  Interview questionnaire sheet composed of 2 parts (demographic characteristics & assess knowledge  for teachers about first aid),2nd tool  observational check list to assess teachers practice  about first aid Results: The study denoted that there was an  improvement of teachers total score of knowledge at the post test with statistically significant difference .30.6% of teacher had satisfactory done practice pre program that  improved to 62.0% after program.  Conclusion: concluded that effect of training program for teacher dealing with special needs students regarding first aid Recommendations: continues   health training programs to all teachers in schools that would help them to improve their knowledge and practice about first aid.

Key word: first Aids, Training Program, special needs students and teachers.



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