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Manipal Journal of Nursing and Health Sciences

MJNHS

Editorial

The Volume 5, Issue 1 (January 2019) of the Manipal Journal of Nursing and Health Sciences. focuses on different subject areas in the field of nursing and health sciences. We have considered the original research articles in different spheres. In this issue we have considered, health related quality of life and coping strategies of children with type 1 diabetes mellitus, A qualitative study on social determinants of adolescent girls’ dietary pattern in suburban areas, self-reported practice of ergonomics and musculoskeletal problems among computer users, knowledge and practice among housekeeping staff on methods of bio-medical waste (BMW) management, new approach for scoring in Objective Structured Clinical Examination, factors affecting nursing student’s academic failure, Knowledge of nurses working in maternity units before and after the implementation of structured teaching program on obstetrical emergencies, and prevalence of breakfast skipping and its associated factors among nursing students. This issue has also considered a systematic review on Interventions to reduce urinary tract infections among hospitalized children and a narrative review on Gestational Diabetes Mellitus (GDM) and compliance to management among pregnant women. The editorial team is grateful to all the authors and reviewers for their untiring support rendered towards bringing out this issue. Dr Baby S Nayak

Original Articles

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Self-reported practice of ergonomics and musculoskeletal problems among computer users of selected offices at Mangaluru
Preethi Fernandes Ms, Shwetha Rashmi Ms, Bimalu Benny Ms, and Chinchu S. Peter Ms

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Knowledge and practice among housekeeping staff on methods of bio-medical waste (BMW) management
Nanda Kumar Paniyadi Mr, Asha P. Shetty Dr, Alice Minj Ms, and Edavathra Jennie Varghese Ms

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An explorative study on factors affecting nursing student’s academic failure
Seema S. Chavan Ms, Jeni Jose Ms, Jovita D'Souza Ms, and Ashly Anna Mathews

Review Articles

Case Report

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Management in paediatric burns: A case report
Sangeetha Priyadarshini Ms, Pramod Kumar Dr, Elsa Sanatombi Devi Dr, and Anice George Dr