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The Journal of Korean Academic Society of Nursing Education
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Volume 12, Issue 2 - Dec 2006
Volume 12, Issue 1 - Jun 2006
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Effects of Learning Motive Enhancing Program on Academic Self Efficacy, Learning Habits, and Self Esteem in Underachieve Nursing College Students
Lee, Sung-Hee ;
The Journal of Korean Academic Society of Nursing Education, volume 12, issue 1, 2006, Pages 5~12
Purpose: The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of learning motive enhancing program on academic self efficacy, learning habits, and self esteem in underachieve nursing college students. Method: This study was an one group pre and post test design. Underachievers in nursing college (n=38) were participated. Learning motive enhancing program was carried out for 110 minutes a week for 8 weeks. Academic self efficacy was measured by an academic self efficacy scale developed by Kim ae young & Park in young in 2001. To assess learning habits, the learning habits measurement scale developed by Kim young jin was used. Self esteem was measured by Rosenberg's self esteem scale. Result: After completing the learning motive enhancing program, significant improvement was found in learning habit and self esteem. As for sub-factors, efficacy for self confidence among academic self efficacy showed significant differences after treatment. Conclusion: Learning motive enhancing program appears to be effective in increasing learning habit and self-esteem of underachievers in nursing college students.
The Effects of Cooperative Clinical Nursing Education Program on the Competency and Satisfaction of Nursing Students in Clinical Practice
Cho, Hee ; Roh, Young-Sook ; Boo, Eun-Hee ; Ahn, Kum-Hee ; Kang, Yoon-Sook ;
The Journal of Korean Academic Society of Nursing Education, volume 12, issue 1, 2006, Pages 13~20
Purpose: The purposes of this study were to examine the effects of the Cooperative Clinical Nursing Education Program on the competency and satisfaction of nursing students in clinical practice. Method: The research design was a quasi-experimental pretest-posttest design with a convenience sample of 107 nursing students who were at one College of Nursing located in Seoul. Data were collected using a self-administered questionnaire. Results: Nursing students participated in the program reported higher nursing skills and total satisfaction than control group after completing education program. Conclusion: Cooperative clinical nursing education program for nursing students had positive effects on nursing skills and satisfaction of clinical practice.
Quality of Life Related to Learning Style among Healthy Elderly
Lee, Myung-Ok ;
The Journal of Korean Academic Society of Nursing Education, volume 12, issue 1, 2006, Pages 21~27
Purpose: This is a descriptive study to identify the relationship of quality of life and learning style of the elderly. Method: 106 elderly persons living in Seoul were surveyed using a questionnaire to identify their demographic characteristics, learning styles, and perceived quality of life. Results: 17% of the respondents were in the low quality of life (QOL). The QOL showed significantly different according to learning styles, gender, current health status, perceived level of current life happiness, and monthly pocket money. The highest average score of QOL was found in the Assimilator group, and the lowest average score was found in the Diverger group. Conclusions: Among the four categories significantly related to QOL, the case of learning style and current health status are the categories by which nurses can intervene to improve QOL. Thus, nurses should emphasize the relationship to improve the clients' QOL. Since the scores of QOL were high for the Assimilator and Accomodator groups, nurse should identify the learning style of the elderly as soon as possible and then help those who are under-developed, to further develop Assimilator and Accomodator learning styles.
The Effect of Rhythmic Activity Program on IADL, Depression and Sleep of the Elderly
Lee, Kang-Yi ;
The Journal of Korean Academic Society of Nursing Education, volume 12, issue 1, 2006, Pages 28~35
Purpose: This study was performed to verify the effect of rhythmic activity program on the elderly particularly their level of instrumental activities of daily living(IADL), depression and sleep. Method: The design of this study is one-group pretest-post test design. Three self-reported questionnaires were used as follows: first, the IADL Scale developed by Lawton and Brody(1969) and revised by Suh(1996) for measuring IADL, second, the Geriatric Depression Scale developed by Sheikh and Yesavage(1986) and revised by Song(1991) for measuring depression, third, Korean Sleep Scale developed by Oh, Song, & Kim(1998) for measuring sleep aspects; fourth, the applied version of Facial Pain Scale developed by Wong & Baker(1988) and revised by Song(2004) for measuring sleep quality. Twenty-seven elderlies carried out 50 minutes of rhythmic activity program for 4 weeks. Before and after the experiment, they were tested for IADL, depression and sleep. Collected data were processed using the SPSS/WIN 12.0 program analyzed by the frequency, percentage, mean and paired t-test. Results: The improvement in IADL of the elderly was not enhanced significantly but depression and sleep disorders significantly decreased. Conclusion: Rhythmic activity program is an effective nursing intervention for the elderly.
The Effects of Aromatherapy Hand Massage on Anxiety before Gastroscopy
Lee, Hea-Sook ;
The Journal of Korean Academic Society of Nursing Education, volume 12, issue 1, 2006, Pages 36~42
Purpose: The purpose of this study was to verify the effect of aromatherapy hand massage on the anxiety of gastroscopy clients. Method: The data were collected during the period from March 10 to May 20, 2004 at S-Hospital in Kyungi-Do. There were sixty subjects, 30 for the experimental and 30 for the control group. The data were analyzed by descriptive statistics, t-test,
-test and paired t-test with SPSS program. Result: The pulse rate was reduced significantly, but there were no significant differences in the systolic and diastolic blood pressure between two groups. The status anxiety of experimental group was lower than the control group, but there was no significant difference statistically. Conclusion: Aromatherapy could be useful in the nursing practice, and be utilized as a way of nursing intervention to reduce anxiety of the client in specific clinical situations.
The Relationship between Premenstrual Syndrome and Menstrual Attitudes of College Students
Jeong, Mi-Hyeon ; Shin, Mi-A ;
The Journal of Korean Academic Society of Nursing Education, volume 12, issue 1, 2006, Pages 43~51
Purpose: This study was performed to identity the relationship between PMS and menstrual attitudes. Method: Data were collected from 417 female college students in Seoul and Gyeonggi-do area during the period from the 6th of September to the 15th of October in 2004. Collected data were analysed using the SPSS WIN 11.0. Result: The results of this study were as follows: 1) Perceived subjective symptoms were clustered endogenous depressive feature(
), and impulsivity(
). 2) PMS was significantly different according to the general characteristics of grade(F=3.414, p=.018), major(F=2.755, P=.004), menarche age(F=5.910, p=.003), pain(F=7.886, p=.000), family history(F=5.366, p=.005). 3) Menstrual attitudes was significantly different according to the general characteristics of grade(F=3.315, p=.020), major(F=3.813, P=.000), religion(F=6.313, p=.000), interval of menstruation(F=2.834, p=.016), pain(F=3.059, p=.048), family history(F=3.062, p=.048). 4) Menstrual attitudes and PMS were in a positive correlation with each other (r=.112, p=.002). Conclusion: This results showed that there is a significant correlation between PMS and menstrual attitudes. For further research, it is recommended to identity major factors affecting PMS and the relationships between them and various subjects.
The Effects of Growth Hormone Therapy on the Quality of Life, Depression and Self-esteem
Oh, Jung-Mi ; Kim, Kyung-Hee ;
The Journal of Korean Academic Society of Nursing Education, volume 12, issue 1, 2006, Pages 52~59
Purpose: The study was attempted to provide basic materials for development of nursing-intervention programs by examining effects of growth hormone therapy on the quality of life, depression and self-esteem. Method: A survey was conducted for 31 adult outpatients as experimental group who have received growth hormone therapy more than 6 months and for 29 adults as control group who have not. A scale developed by Hilditch was used to measure their quality of life and also, the Zung's Self-rating Depression Scale and the Rosenberg's Self-esteem Scale were adopted to measure their depression and self-esteem each. Data were analyzed using one-way and two-way ANOVA Result: 1) there were differences between the two groups in the overall measurement of the quality of life. the growth hormone therapy group was higher in sub-factors 2) There were clear-cut differences between the two groups in depression, so that the control group marked higher score in the measurement of depression. 3) Self-esteem was not identical across the two groups, so that it was more higher for the growth hormone treatment group. Conclusion: Those findings suggest that development of education programs related to growth hormone and nursing-intervention is promising.
A Study on the Clinical Competence according to Clinical Ladder of Operating Room Nurses
Choi, Jin-Suk ; Eun, Young ;
The Journal of Korean Academic Society of Nursing Education, volume 12, issue 1, 2006, Pages 60~69
Purpose: This study was to explore the clinical competence according to clinical ladder of operating room nurses. Method: The subjects were 125 the operating room nurses working at five university hospitals in four city. The instrument to measure the clinical competency and clinical performance of OR nurses was developed by researcher. It consisted of 12 domains of clinical competence and 23 items of clinical performance. Results: Clinical competence and clinical performance of OR nurses group devided into 4 groups by clinical ladder such as 0-12month, 13-36 mon. 37-84 mon. over 85 month were significantly different. More experienced nurses performed higher level of clinical performance and competency in 23 items and 12 domains. Conclusion: It will be needed to add concrete behavioral patterns and behavioral indicators of nursing competencies, per stage of the clinical ladder, by repetitive studies on nurses of various hospitals and to confirm the validity.
Predictive Factors of Blood Donation Behavior in College Students Clinical Faculty, Department of Nursing, Saint John Fisher College
Lee, Eun-Nam ; Ju, Heon-Ok ; Kang, Ji-Yeon ; Kim, Soo-Jin ; Oh, Joo-Hyun ; Youn, Young-Jin ; Song, Young-Sun ;
The Journal of Korean Academic Society of Nursing Education, volume 12, issue 1, 2006, Pages 70~77
Purpose: This study was to identify the important factors for predicting blood donation behavior of medical & nursing college students. Methods: To analyze these issues using logistic regression, we collected data from 230 nursing & medical students of D University in B city by using the self-administered questionnaire from December 12 to December 21, 2004. Knowledge for blood donation was measured by the questionnaire developed by Koo(1982), self efficacy was assessed by General Self Efficacy Scale (Sherer & Maddux, 1982), and altruistic attitude was measured by Altruistic motivation & Responsibility Scale(Jo, 1996). The collected data were analyzed by t-test, Chi -square, and logistic regression by using SPSS/Win 11.0 version. Results: As results of logistic regression analysis, factors which showed significance for predicting blood donation behavior were the perceived health status, family member's experience for the blood donation, religion and gender. Conclusion: It is necessary to improve the perceived health status of college students and to conduct a campaign for blood donation around college students whose family members have had the experience of blood donation in order to increase the rate of blood donation in medical and nursing college students.
Factors Leading to Health Promotion Behavior among the Students in a Nursing School of a University - based on the SAT -
Lee, In-Sook ; Ham, Young-Lim ; Kim, Joo-Hyung ; Joe, Seun-Young ;
The Journal of Korean Academic Society of Nursing Education, volume 12, issue 1, 2006, Pages 78~85
Objectives: College students experiences more stress than when they were in high school. The students in nursing college, experience a variety of stress related to clinical practices, the examination for registered nurse license etc. The purpose of this study was to identify the factors that affect the health promotion behavior among the students in a nursing college based on SAT(Social Action Theory). Methods: The study was a cross-sectional design with a convenience sample of 427 students recruited from April to May in 2005. SAT was utilized for the theoretical framework of the study. The instruments used were Profile of Mood Stress, Life Stress Scale for college student, Social Adaptation Scale, Health Knowledge and Health Promotion Lifestyle Profile. Data were analyzed with SPSS 12.0 program. Results: The study showed that grades, moods, and satisfaction of relationship with friends, satisfaction with pocket money made up 29.0% of significant factors related to health promotion behavior among the college students in nursing. Conclusion: It suggests that the known factors need to be taken into consideration when developing the health promotion program for college students in nursing.
The Study of e-Learning Status in Nursing Student
Kim, Sook-Young ; Ju, Se-Jin ;
The Journal of Korean Academic Society of Nursing Education, volume 12, issue 1, 2006, Pages 86~94
Purpose: The purpose of this study is to identify the nursing student's e-Learning status. Method: The 48 nursing students were subject to this study. They were introduced to use 'understanding of ABGA' site. And the web log data was analysed. Result: General learning status in nursing education, difference of learning status in each learning type, and 'quiz' area learning status were analysed to see the nursing student's e-Learning status. The result of study showed that the participants didn't get learning that site designer had in mind to give them. Conclusion: It is important to figure out students' actual learning behaviors and reactions of feedbacks. Also, web log data could provide useful data that affect student's behaviors. Based on this study result, the following is suggested. The way to give them effective learning should be considered by the instructor who knows the unsincere type students through web log data.
A Families's Burden on a Cerebrovascular Accident Patient and the Demand for Nursing Home
Cho, Kyung-Hee ; Kim, Kyung-Hee ;
The Journal of Korean Academic Society of Nursing Education, volume 12, issue 1, 2006, Pages 95~103
Purpose: This is to find out the correlation between a families burden on a cerebrovascular accident patient and the demand for nursing home. Method: The data was established by using structured questionnaires for 102 nursing families of cerebrovascular accident patient at three university hospitals. Result: 1) The total burden was showed to be at 3.21, which was some what higher than average. Total average of demand for nursing home was at 3.30, which was higher than average. 2) This showed static correlations between the economic, social, physical dependent and psychological burden, and demand for nursing home. The result represents that the higher burden showed a significantly positive correlation to the higher demand for nursing home. Conclusion: If a systemic support of nursing home is prepared the differentiated nursing home matched perfectly on each burden, the burden on a family of the patient can be decreased effectively.
The First Korean Cancer Genetic Counseling Program for Nurses
Choi, Kyung-Sook ; Anderson, Gwen ; Jun, Myung-Hee ;
The Journal of Korean Academic Society of Nursing Education, volume 12, issue 1, 2006, Pages 104~114
Genetic knowledge for oncology nurses is important in Korea because oncologists are incorporating genetic counseling and genetic testing into their practice. The purpose of this paper is to describe our method of developing the first academic cancer genetic risk assessment and counseling course for Korean nurses. A one-week (non-credit) cancer genetics counseling program was constructed for master's level Korean oncology nurses. The course emphasized basic genetic concepts and principles the genetics of cancer; hereditary cancer syndromes; family history assessments; pedigree construction; risk calculation; surveillance recommendations and treatment options ethical, legal, social, and psychological issues inherent in genetic testing. The goals of this program are to: 1) provide a comprehensive knowledge base for nurses who are currently expanding their scope of practice into the genetic counseling role 2) introduce this knowledge to nurses who want to use it in their practice; and 3) provide cancer genetic knowledge and resources to Korean nursing faculty who plan to incorporate this knowledge into existing master's courses. This academically-based course is recognized as valuable by nurses, nursing faculty, and physicians. With this new knowledge nurses can begin toexpand their role in delivering comprehensive cancer care services.
Knowledge and Attitude toward Cancer Pain Management: Clinical Nurses Versus Doctors
Jun, Myung-Hee ; Gong, Sung-Hwa ; Lee, Seon-Hee ; Kim, Yeon-Hee ; Choi, Jin-Sun ; Park, Kyeong-Soon ;
The Journal of Korean Academic Society of Nursing Education, volume 12, issue 1, 2006, Pages 115~123
Purpose: This study is purposed to provide basic data needed in constructing the educational contents about cancer pain management for the health care professionals. Methods: This study surveyed the degree of knowledge in cancer pain management of clinical nurses and doctors. Subjects were clinical 143 nurses and 88 doctors in 3 cities. The tool used are 32-item scale for evaluation of health care professionals' knowledge modified by Kim(1997), which was originally developed by McCaffery and Ferrel(1995). Results: The level of the health care professionals' knowledge about and attitude toward pain management were insufficient. The level of the doctors' knowledge and attitude showed higher score than those of the nurses'. The knowledge of health professional who were not hesitated to administrate analgesia was showed more higher than who were hesitated to do. Conclusion: Nurses need more knowledge and effective attitude toward cancer pain management. Various and sufficient educational program about cancer pain management can be contribute to improve the nursing quality of cancer pain.