Introduction: Children are capable of getting the virus that causes COVID-19, they don't become sick as often as adults. Most children have mild symptoms or no symptoms. However, some children become severely ill. They might need to be hospitalized, treated in the intensive care unit.
Methodology: A descriptive study was done among 110 subjects by convenience sampling, using self-structured knowledge questionnaire on management of COVID-19 in children.
Result: As per the findings majority (57.27%) had average level of knowledge, followed by 32.72% had high level and 10% had low level and there was significant association between previous year academic performance, educational status of the mother, area of residence and type of family.
Conclusion: Hence, it can be concluded that majority of the students had average level of knowledge and there is a need to improve knowledge of students.
Sudheendra Mutalikadesai, Karishma Patel, Simran Shaikh, Charmee Jaymanbhai Mistry, Khushbu Kishorbhai Patel. A study to assess the level of knowledge regarding management of COVID-19 in children among nursing students of selected college of nursing. Int J Adv Res Community Health Nurs 2023;5(2):57-60. DOI: 10.33545/26641658.2023.v5.i2a.148