Volume : VII, Issue : XII, December - 2018

Efficacy of need based counselling on psychosocial and academic problems of students in health professional courses.

Mrs. Rupali Sarode, Dr. Vaishali D. Tendolkar

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Background: Health professional courses are perceived as very stressful courses. It is usually observed that students from such courses undergo tremendous mental health changes during their education. Objectives: 1. To identify the emotional problems experienced by students studying in health professional courses. 2. To assess the social problems experienced by students of health professional courses. 3. To identify the academic problems of students of health professional courses. 4. To identify the health problems of students of health professional courses. 5. To find out the effectiveness of counselling on emotional, social and academic problems of the students.  Research Design: A longitudinal study (2013-2017) Population: Students from health professional courses. Sample size: 2025 students. Material: problem identification sheet developed by Students Guidance Clinic Results: Emotional problems were resolved for 31.9% of the counselled students. Academic improvement was seen in 27.10 % of the counselled students. Social problems were resolved for 18.4 % of the counselled and health issues were addressed for 19.40 % of the counselled students.  Conclusion: Need based counselling was found effective in resolving the psycho-social, academic and health problems of the students from health professional courses.

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Efficacy of need based counselling on psychosocial and academic problems of students in health professional courses. , Mrs. Rupali Sarode, Dr. Vaishali D. Tendolkar , GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS : Volume-7| Issue-12 | December-2018


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