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The convergence study of Experience of Turnover in new graduate nurses within one year (신규 간호사의 1년 이내 이직경험에 관한 융합적 연구)

  • Kim, Young-Mi;Kim, Sang-Nam
    • Journal of the Korea Convergence Society
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    • v.7 no.4
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    • pp.97-106
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    • 2016
  • Purpose: The purpose of this study was to exploration the experience of turnover new graduate nurses within one year. Methods: Experiential data were collected from 5 experienced nurses through in-depth interviews. The main question was "Could you describe your experience of your turnover?". Qualitative data from the field and transcribed notes were analyzed using Strauss Corbin's grounded theory methodology. Results: The core category of experience of new graduate nurses turnover was 'a feeling of helplessness.' Participants used three interactional strategies: 'rationalize to turnover', 'to feel more', 'to think positively'. Conclusion: If you teach kindly to senior nurse, training communication skills to new nurse and prepare to stable welfare in new nurse, you will can prevent early turnover of new nurse.

The Direction of Nursing Management Domain for Nursing Personal Licensing Examination Board (간호사 국가시험 과목 통합을 위한 간호관리학 영역의 방향)

  • Kim, Mun-Shil;Chi, Sung-Ai;Park, Kwang-Ok;Kim, In-Sook;Park, Hyun-Tae
    • Journal of Korean Academy of Nursing Administration
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    • v.8 no.4
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    • pp.515-534
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    • 2002
  • Purpose : This study was to provide a meaningful framework for establishment of the direction of Nursing Management area to get ready for Nursing Personal Licensing Examination Board. Method : Using methodological and descriptive research method, the research process was as follows: a preliminary work list which was performed by New Nurse related to nursing management area was made of such key information as the domain of nursing management work, the element of that domain, and the detail work content, by means of a broad review of literature related to nursing management on Licensing Examination for the new nurse. After this preliminary work list sought to obtain examination, consensus, and modification of expert group in the nursing management field, research instrument which was the work list performed by new nurse within nursing management area was to developed. And next, it was to survey various of the importance and the frequency of that work performance by registered nurse, nurse manager, and the professors to take responsible of nursing management. Finally, the educational content for nursing management at the level of baccalaureate was proposed by various analyzing of research results. Results : The work list which was performed by new nurse related to nursing management area consisted of 9 domains, 24 elements, and 80 detail work contents. After it was examined into such various analysis as descriptive statistics, ANOVA, mean range, and so on, of the importance perception of the work and the frequency of work performance, the educational contents for baccalaureate in nursing management which consisted of total 65 contents made up of 18 core contents and 47 essential contents, which new nurses have to necessarily know and perform within the nursing management area. Conclusion : The results of this study will contribute to identifying the work list of new nurses performed in nursing management area and also proposing the educational contents that was taught at the level of baccalaureate in nursing management area based on doing actually in nursing unit.

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Frequency and Importance of Nurse's Job in New Graduate Nurses Working in Musculoskeletal Ward (근골격계 병동 신규간호사의 간호직무 수행도와 중요도)

  • Lim, Nan-Young;Yun, Soon-Nyung;Kim, Jeong-Eun;Lee, Young-Sun;Jung, Yeon-Yi;Song, Jung-Hee
    • Journal of muscle and joint health
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    • v.13 no.2
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    • pp.108-118
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    • 2006
  • Purpose: The purpose of this study was to examine comparison in the frequency and importance of nurse's job in new graduate nurses working in musculoskeletal ward. Method: A descriptive design was used with convenience sampling of 72 new graduate nurses working in musculoskeletal ward of the 2 hospitals with over 500 beds. Data were collected using a structured questionnaire. Results: 1) The total score for frequency of nurse's job was $2.57{\pm}.41$ and the total score for importance of nurse's job was $3.00{\pm}.37$. 2) The most frequent category was to manage for a medication and the most frequent item was to administer a medication in the order. 3) The most important category was to control of tissue perfusion and the most important item was to keep the aseptic techniques. 4) The frequencies among the work places were different significantly in 3 categories. 5) The importances among the work places were different significantly in 2 categories. Conclusion: New graduate nurses perceived the importance than the frequency of nurse's job. Also check or analysis the vital sign and nurses job associated with medication were higher score. Therefore, further research is needed to develop the educational strategies to strengthen not only theory also practice.

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A Study on Satisfaction of New Nurse Orientation Program Applying CIPP Evaluation Model Focusing on Affiliated Hospitals of an Educational Foundation in South Korea. (CIPP평가모형을 적용한 신규 간호사 입문교육 만족도에 관한 연구: 일 학교법인 산하 대학병원을 중심으로)

  • Kim, Young-Jin;Son, Eun-Gyo
    • Journal of the Korea Academia-Industrial cooperation Society
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    • v.18 no.9
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    • pp.226-235
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    • 2017
  • This study was conducted to analyze new nurse satisfaction and factors of the new nurse orientation program and improve their effectiveness. The CIPP evaluation model was applied in this study to assess each module of the program systematically. The respondents of the survey were 452 of five affiliated hospitals of an educational foundation. The respondents' perceptions were 'Senior', 'Operating', 'Introduction', 'Unity', 'Usefulness', and 'Needs' (from highest to lowest). Multiple regression analysis indicated that 'Operating', 'Unity', 'Usefulness', and 'Hospital Introduction' had a significant impact on satisfaction. The results presented herein indicate that planners and operators should improve effectiveness of new nurse orientation programs by enhancing sense of unity, instilling confidence as a nurse, and increasing personal utilization of subjects.

Predictors of Turnover among New Nurses using Multilevel Survival Analysis (다수준 생존분석을 이용한 신규 간호사 이직 영향요인)

  • Kim, Suhee;Lee, Kyongeun
    • Journal of Korean Academy of Nursing
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    • v.46 no.5
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    • pp.733-743
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    • 2016
  • Purpose: The purpose of this study was to examine factors influencing new graduate nurse turnover. Methods: This study was carried out as a secondary analysis of data from the 2010 Graduates Occupational Mobility Survey (GOMS). A total of 323 nurses were selected for analysis concerning reasons for turnover. Data were analyzed using descriptive statistics and multilevel survival analysis. Results: About 24.5% of new nurses left their first job within 1 year of starting their jobs. Significant predictors of turnover among new nurse were job status, monthly income, job satisfaction, the number of hospitals in region, and the number of nurses per 100 beds. Conclusion: New graduate nurses are vulnerable to turnover. In order to achieve the best health of the nation, policy approaches and further studies regarding reducing new graduate nurse turnover are needed.

International Migration of Korean Nurses (한국 간호사의 국제적 이동)

  • Yun, Soon-Nyung;Kang, Chang-Hee
    • Journal of Korean Academy of Community Health Nursing
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    • v.16 no.1
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    • pp.86-94
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    • 2005
  • Purpose: This study investigated the Korean nurses' international migration to provide the basic data for establishing plans of supply and demand for nurses and the status of Korean nurses' application for foreign nurse licenses and overseas employment. Method: The subjects were 5.447 nurses who requested English written nurse license to the Ministry of Health and Welfare for the application of foreign nurse license examinations and overseas employment. Human Resources Development of Korea provided documents of nurses migrated to Saudi Arabia. Data were collected from December, 2002 to July, 2003 and analyzed by using descriptive statistics. Result: The total applicants for foreign nurse license were 3,149 for 2 years. In the year 2001, 1.129 nurses applied, 2,020 nurses in the year 2002. Out of 3,149 total subjects, 2,705(85.9%)nurses applied for U. S. A. nurse license. Eighty percent of the applicants of the U. S. A. nurse license examination applied for the New York states. The number of applicants for Canada was 215(6.8%), followed by Australia 88(2.8%), U. K. 86(2.7%), and New Zealand 45(1.4%). Average age of the applicants was 31, 49.0% of them were in their twenties. Three year college graduates accounted for 64.1% B.S.N. 33.9%. Applicants graduated from universities or colleges of Seoul area were 37.3%, followed by Daegu. The total number of nurses employed overseas were 1,291 during 2001 and 2002. Seven hundred thirty eight nurses(57.2%) were employed in the U. S. A.. Average age was 34, 60.9% were 3year college graduates, nurses graduated from Seoul area were 44.9%. No one applied for Saudi Arabian nurse license, 172 nurses were employed during 1999 and 2002, 39.5% of them were in their thirties. Conclusion: The results of this study shows relatively young and experienced nurses have intention to migrate internationally and they actually migrate to other countries. Comparing the number of nurses migrating to other country with the number of newly issued nurse licenses in Korea every year. the percentage of overseas employment was relatively high. To cope with Korean nurses international migration. new policy to monitor the status of nurse's international migration and an institution to deal with the affairs should be established. And the further study is needed to measure nurse's competence and influencing factors of Korean nurses employed in the U. S. A.

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