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Structural Equation Model of Clinical Nurses` Willingness to Perform Basic Life Support (BLS) in South Korea
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Structural Equation Model of Clinical Nurses` Willingness to Perform Basic Life Support (BLS) in South Korea
Uhm, Dong-Choon; Hwang, Ji-Young; Jun, Myung-he; Kim, Dong-ok;
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 Abstract
This study was conducted to develop a model that explains the factors influencing the clinical nurses` willingness to perform Basic Life Support and to verify the appropriateness of the model. The participants were 550 clinical nurses working at a university hospital in Korea. The data were collected from self-reported questionnaires from October 2012 to February 2013. A total of 520 questionnaires were analyzed using the SPSS/WIN 20.0 and Amos version 18.0 software packages. The results indicated that the clinical nurses` knowledge of basic life support had a direct impact and their clinical experience had an indirect impact on their willingness to perform basic life support at the scene. These variables together explained 19.5% of the variance in the nurses` willingness to perform Basic Life Support. The clinical experience was correlated significantly with knowledge (r
 Keywords
Basic life support;Nurses;Perform;Structural equation model;Willingness;
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English
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