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The Needs for Discharge Education and Educational Performance of Nurses Perceived by Premature Infants Mothers In the ICT Medical Service
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The Needs for Discharge Education and Educational Performance of Nurses Perceived by Premature Infants Mothers In the ICT Medical Service
Kim, Soo-Heui; Choi, Seong-Woo; Ryu, So-Yeon; Han, Mi-Ah;
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 Abstract
The current research focused on the needs for discharge education and the educational performance of nurses perceived by mothers of premature infants. The subjects for the current research were 54 mothers of premature infants hospitalized in the neonatal intensive care unit at K general hospital in G metropolitan city. The data was collected between June 9, 2014 and September 30, 2014 through self-recording surveys. The needs for discharge education were and the perceived educational performance of nurses was . There was a significant difference between the needs for discharge education and the perceived educational performance in abnormal symptom monitoring and management (, p
 Keywords
Educational Performance;Need for Discharge Education;Premature Infants;Nurse;
 Language
Korean
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