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The Journal of Korean Academic Society of Nursing Education
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KOREAN ACADEMY SOCIETY OF NURSING EDUCATION
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Volume 22, Issue 3 - Aug 2016
Volume 22, Issue 2 - May 2016
Volume 22, Issue 1 - Feb 2016
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A Study on Multiple Sources Evaluation for Practical Education in the Core Basic Nursing Skills in Nursing Students
Song, Hyo-Suk ; Lim, So Hee ;
The Journal of Korean Academic Society of Nursing Education, volume 22, issue 1, 2016, Pages 5~13
DOI : 10.5977/jkasne.2016.22.1.5
Purpose: The purpose of this study is to provide essential resources on various evaluation strategies by identifying relationships between professor-evaluation, peer-evaluation, and self-evaluation of the core basic nursing skills in nursing students. Methods: Forty third-year nursing students who participated in core basic nursing skills were given the same checklist that was used for assessment by the examiners. Then, the scores of the professor and the students were compared and analyzed with SPSS/WIN 18.0. Results: The scores of the student peer (178.54) and student self-evaluation(177.74) was significantly higher than the scores of professor-evaluation (172.05),(F=5.03, p=.008). There was a significant, positive correlation between the professor-evaluation and the student-peer-evaluation in skill-scores(r=.47, p=.002) and attitude-scores(r=.52, p<.001). In addition, the professor-evaluation and the self-evaluation each showed a significant, positive correlation in skill-scores(r=.61, p<.001) and attitude-scores(r=.36, p=.023). Conclusion: The study result indicates that in order to expand the evaluation method, the professor evaluation, as well as the student self and the peer evaluation, will contribute to improve the educational achievement of learners.
The Effect of Academic Stress and the Moderating Effects of Academic Resilience on Nursing Students' Depression
Shin, So-Hong ;
The Journal of Korean Academic Society of Nursing Education, volume 22, issue 1, 2016, Pages 14~24
DOI : 10.5977/jkasne.2016.22.1.14
Purpose: The purpose of this study was to identify the impact of academic stress on depression suffered by college nursing students and the moderating effects of academic resilience. Methods: For this survey, 257 students (1st and 2nd year) participated, and it was performed over two weeks in September 2014. In this study, statistical analysis was conducted using SPSS 18.0 for Windows and as a t-test, ANOVA, Pearson correlation, and multiple regression analysis. Results: The students' academic stress had a significant impact on their depression (
). The moderating effects of academic resilience did not have a significant impact, which is presumably as a result of there being more complex, nonlinear effects, rather than a simple, linear relationship between academic stress and resilience. Conclusion: It may be incorrect to assume that academic resilience is a moderating variable that lessens academic stress. It is implied that academic resilience can have a significant impact when internal and external support conditions are met, and that the effects can be reinforced when family support, a learning environment, and improved adaptability to life at school are also provided.
Effects of Frozen Gauze with Normal Saline on Thirst and Oral Health of the Patients with Nasal Surgery
Park, Jin Ock ; Jung, Young Soon ; Park, Geum Ja ;
The Journal of Korean Academic Society of Nursing Education, volume 22, issue 1, 2016, Pages 25~33
DOI : 10.5977/jkasne.2016.22.1.25
Purpose: The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of frozen gauze with normal saline on thirst and the oral health of patients with nasal surgery. Methods: A quasi-experimental, nonequivalent control group pretest-post test design was used. Participants (n=52) received either gauze frozen with normal saline (n=26), or wet gauze (n=26). The subjective thirst level and oral health of the participants were assessed before the intervention, 30 minutes after the first intervention, 30 minutes after the second intervention, and 30 minutes after the third intervention. Results: After oral hygiene was provided twice, the thirst level was improved in patients receiving the gauze frozen with normal saline. After oral hygiene was provided a third time, the thirst level was improved in patients receiving the gauze frozen with normal saline. Conclusion: Gauze frozen with normal saline can be effective for oral hygiene in reducing the thirst level and improving the oral health in nasal surgery patients.
Effects of Social Support and Self-efficacy on Hope among Nursing Students
Park, Mijeong ; Jun, Won-Hee ;
The Journal of Korean Academic Society of Nursing Education, volume 22, issue 1, 2016, Pages 34~41
DOI : 10.5977/jkasne.2016.22.1.34
Purpose: This study was conducted in order to explore the factors affecting the hope in nursing students. Methods: A total of 166 nursing students participated in the study. Data was analyzed using SPSS WIN 18.0. Results: The mean scores for social support, self-efficacy, and hope were above-average level. There were significant mean differences in hope according to religion, academic achievement, and satisfaction with nursing majors. Hope correlated positively with social support and self-efficacy. The significant predictors of hope included social support and satisfaction with the nursing major. The regression model explained 12.7% of hope. Conclusion: To improve hope in nursing students, nursing educators should focus on promoting their social support and satisfaction with the nursing major.
The Effects of Lessons using Action Learning on Nursing Students
Kim, So-Myeong ; Park, Sang-Youn ;
The Journal of Korean Academic Society of Nursing Education, volume 22, issue 1, 2016, Pages 42~50
DOI : 10.5977/jkasne.2016.22.1.42
Purpose: The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of action learning on critical thinking disposition, communicative competence, and problem-solving ability in nursing students. Methods: The design for this was a nonequivalent control group pretest-posttest design was used for identification of the effects of lessons using action learning. The consenting participants were 184 fourth-year nursing students in D-city (Experimental group=95, Control group=89). Data was collected and the program was conducted from May 2 to July 19, 2015. Data was analyzed with an
, a t-test, and a paired t-test and utilized the SPSS win 21.0 program. Results: There were significant differences in critical thinking ability (t=5.00, p<.001), problem-solving ability (t=4.52, p<.001), and communicative competence (t=4.97, p<.001) in the experimental group compared to the control group. Conclusion: The study findings suggest that action-learning programs have proven to be an effective educational program for improving the critical thinking ability, problem solving ability, and communicative competence of nursing students. Action learning can be an effective teaching strategy.
Effect of The Spiritual Care Module Education Program for Nurses
Jeong, Jin Ok ; Jo, Hyun Sook ; Kim, Sang hee ;
The Journal of Korean Academic Society of Nursing Education, volume 22, issue 1, 2016, Pages 51~62
DOI : 10.5977/jkasne.2016.22.1.51
Purpose: This study was to verify the effects of spiritual care module education programs by applying it to nurses. Method: The study employed a non-equivalent control group pretest-posttest design in a quasi-experimental basis. Subjects were 93 nurses (46 in an experimental group and 47 in a control group) with more than two years clinic experience, attending a bachelor program of K University, in I city, Korea. The program consists of courses with 2.5 hours per week for seven weeks. Result: Scores of spiritual needs and spiritual nursing competence increased significantly in the experimental group. The score of spirituality and spiritual well-being also increased in the experimental group, but not significantly. Conclusion: The spiritual care module education program was considered to be an effective nursing intervention education course. Nurses educated with this program seemed to perform better nursing interventions for subjects facing difficulties or confusion by helping them restore and cope with those problems by themselves. Therefore, it is recommended that spiritual care module education should be settled as a regular course of nursing college with consideration to the corrections and supplements mentioned in this study.
Effects of Open Laboratory Self-directed Practice on Knowledge, Self-confidence, Skill Competency, and Satisfaction of Intravenous Infusion
Park, Gyu Hee ; Choi, Soon Hee ;
The Journal of Korean Academic Society of Nursing Education, volume 22, issue 1, 2016, Pages 63~71
DOI : 10.5977/jkasne.2016.22.1.63
Purpose: This study was done in order to identify the effectiveness of open laboratory self-directed practice on knowledge, self-confidence, skill competency, and satisfaction of intravenous infusion in nursing students. Methods: This is a quasi-experimental study using a non-equivalent control pre-posttest design. The participants were 32 students comprising an experimental group and 30 students comprising a control group. The experimental group was allowed to perform open laboratory self-directed practice only. Pretest and posttest was performed through questionnaires of knowledge and self-confidence, and competence and satisfaction were assessed using checklists at posttest. Results: The score of Knowledge in the posttest showed no significant difference between both groups (F=1.28, p=.290), and those of self-confidence (F=3.87, p=.014) and competency (F=9.55, p<.001) of the experimental group were significantly higher than those of the control group. Conclusion: Open laboratory self-directed practice was effective in improving nursing students' self-confidence and competency of intravenous infusion. Therefore, students should be encouraged to actively participate in open laboratory self-directed practice and the effective strategies should be developed.
Effects of Health Status and Health Management on Activities of Daily Living among Urban-Dwelling Older Koreans
Chung, Myung Sill ; Lim, Kyung-Choon ; Kim, Yeon Ha ;
The Journal of Korean Academic Society of Nursing Education, volume 22, issue 1, 2016, Pages 72~82
DOI : 10.5977/jkasne.2016.22.1.72
Purpose: The purpose of this study was to identify the effects of health status and health management on activities of daily living (ADL) in older, urban-dwelling Koreans. Methods: A total of 206 subjects were recruited from one senior welfare center, six senior citizen centers, and subjects' home in two cities. Data was collected with self-reported questionnaires in order to measure health management, health status, and ADL. Data was analyzed by t-test, ANOVA, and stepwise multiple linear regression using SPSS/WIN 22.0. Results: ADL in this subject were different depending on their age, education, marital status, type of family, and average monthly living expenses. Multivariate analysis showed that age (
, p<.001), exercise ability (
, p<.001), diabetes (
, p<.001), osteoarthritis (
, p<.001), caregiver (
, p=.005), frequency of health management (
, p=.006), smoking (
, p=.019), hypertension (
, p=.027), and type of family (
, p=.036) were significantly associated with ADL. Overall, approximately 60.2% of total variability in ADL could be explained by the 11 variables in this model (
, F=32.06, p<.001). Conclusion: This study suggests that individualized health care should be continued for older, community-dwelling Koreans in order to improve their ADL. Moreover, we need to develop self-care programs and encourage them to participate in those programs.
Perception and Performance about Patients' Medical Information Protection in Allied Health College Students
Choi, Seon Young ; Lim, Do Yeon ; Ko, Il Sun ; Moon, In Oh ;
The Journal of Korean Academic Society of Nursing Education, volume 22, issue 1, 2016, Pages 83~95
DOI : 10.5977/jkasne.2016.22.1.83
Purpose: This study aims to identify perception, performance, and the related factors of performance in regards to patients' medical information protection among allied health college students. Methods: Four hundred twelve subjects from three colleges located in Jeonbuk and Kyungbuk province consented to participate. Data was collected from November 28 to December 15, 2012. To assess perception and performance in regards to patients' medical information protection, a self-reporting questionnaire was used. Data was analyzed via SPSS 18.0 program. Results: The score of perception and performance about patients' medical information protection were 4.07 and 3.56, respectively. All item's scores of performance were significantly lower than those of perception. The perception score was significantly different according to recognition of hospital ethics code (t=1.95, p=.052), and recognition of association ethics code (t=2.88, p=.004). The performance score was significantly different according to gender (t=-3.32, p=001), major (F=14.41, p<.001), clinical practicum hospitals (F=8.22, p<.001), and method of electronic medical record access (F=3.23, p=.023). The factors influencing performance were perception(
, p<.001), duration of clinical practice(
, p<.001), and gender(
, p=.033). Conclusion: In order to improve performance in regards to patients' medical information protection of allied health college students, we should develop ethical education programs and standardize them through multidisciplinary collaboration.
A Study on Disaster Preparedness Competency in Public Health Center Workers
Lee, Yeong Ran ; Lee, Myung Ha ;
The Journal of Korean Academic Society of Nursing Education, volume 22, issue 1, 2016, Pages 96~109
DOI : 10.5977/jkasne.2016.22.1.96
Purpose: The purpose of this study was to explore the levels of disaster preparedness competency in public health workers and identify influential factors on disaster preparedness competency. Methods: The data was collected through self-report questionnaires from a convenience sample of 281 public health workers in 2014 in Korea. The data was analyzed using descriptive statistics, t-test, ANOVA, and multiple regression. Results: The mean disaster preparedness competency score was 2.77 and the mean disaster educational needs score was 4.01. Disaster preparedness competency had a statistically significant difference by gender, position, experience of disaster education in workplace, and experience of BLS education. As a result of the multiple regression analysis, disaster preparedness competency accounted for 11.6% of the variance by gender, experience of disaster education in workplace, and experience of BLS education. Conclusion: The results of this study reveal that gender, strengthening education of disasters in the workplace, and education of BLS should be taken into consideration and integrated when developing an effective educational program in order to enhance disaster preparedness competency in public health workers.