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Knowledge Level of Working and Student Nurses on Cervical Cancer and Human Papilloma Virus Vaccines

  • Topan, Aysel;Ozturk, Ozlem;Eroglu, Hulya;Bahadir, Ozgur;Harma, Muge;Harma, Mehmet Ibrahim
    • Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention
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    • v.16 no.6
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    • pp.2515-2519
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    • 2015
  • Purpose: To determine knowledge levels of working and student nurses about cervical cancer and prophylactic cancer vaccines. Materials and Methods: This study was performed on 259 nursing students in the Department of Nursing and 137 nurses working in Health Research and Practice Center, approved to participate in the study between April-June 2012. The study was performed universally without selecting a sample. A questionnaire that was prepared for evaluating participants' knowledge and attitudes about human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccine was distributed to the nurses and data obtained from the forms were transferred to SPSS 15.00 program and statistically analyzed. Results: It was found that 54.8% of the student nurses were between 21-24 years old and 13.1% of working students were between 25-28 years old. When student nurses and working nurses were compared in terms of their knowledge about the causes of cervical cancer, their ideas about prevention from cervical cancer with HPV vaccine, their ideas about possible risks of HPV vaccine and conservation ratios of HPV vaccine, it was observed that there were no statistically significant differences (p>0.05). When student nurses and working nurses were compared in terms of the information-source about HPV, ways of HPV contamination, awareness about people who are susceptible to HPV contamination and age of HPV vaccination, it was determined that there was a statistically significant difference (p<0.05). Conclusions: It was found that all nurses had some knowledge about cervical cancer and HPV vaccine, but this was not sufficient. Therefore; it is recommended to use verbal, written and visual communication tools intensively in order to have topics on cervical cancer, early diagnosis and prevention in bachelor and master programs for nurses, to inform society about cervical cancer and HPV vaccine for public health and to teach precautions for its prevention.

A Study on Student Perception of Participation in Distance Learning : Differences Between Working and Non-Working Students (직장인과 비직장인의 원격강의 수강참여 인식 비교연구)

  • Nam Sang-Zo
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.5 no.2
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    • pp.1-5
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    • 2005
  • It is assumed that there is difference between working students and non-working students with respect to distance learning. In this paper, we surveyed attendance in distance learning courses to verify differences in perception of faithfulness, studying time, and completion of content reading. The results are analyzed and reported. The statistical analysis indicates that working students perceive that they are less faithful to their lectures. However, the results pertaining to participation time per week and content reading showed no statistical difference between working students and non-working students.

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Changes in Problem Recognition and Perceptions of Learning Environments of Elementary Students through Inquiry Questioning Activity (탐구 질문하기 활동을 통한 초등학생의 문제 인식과 학습 환경에 대한 인식 변화)

  • Shin, Myeong-Kyeong;Kim, Hyo-Suk;Lee, Heui-Soon
    • Journal of Korean Elementary Science Education
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    • v.29 no.2
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    • pp.124-133
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    • 2010
  • The study presents preliminary research on how science activities focusing on problem recognition worked and affected students' perception of their learning environment in a sixth science classroom. The science activities were based on the Science Writing Heuristic (SWH) which was suggested by Keys, Hand, Prain & Collins (1999), where problem recognition was an important part of scientific inquiry. For developing the working sheets for the modified SWH in this study, analyses of target units of 6th grade science curriculum in the aspects of problem recognition were conducted. After consecutive 6 classes with the developed working sheets for sixth graders, the student working sheets for each lesson were collected and analyzed. In order to investigate the developed units' affect on student learning, students' perceptions of their learning environment were administered before and after the applied classes. Students working sheets and questionnaires on their perceptions of learning environment indicated that students perceived that the science activities were more student-centered classes where students had active discussion and dialogue with one another giving them more chances to actively take part in the class as well as they used more properly recognized their inquiry problem.

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Analysis of Mathematical Quality of Instruction between Preservice and Inservice Mathematics Teachers (MQI를 이용한 예비교사와 현직교사의 수학수업의 질 분석)

  • Kim, Seong-Kyeong
    • The Mathematical Education
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    • v.55 no.4
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    • pp.397-416
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    • 2016
  • This study analyzed the quality of mathematics classes with observations using the instrument, MQI(Mathematical Quality of Instruction). Class recordings and interviews were conducted on 2 pre-service teachers and 4 in-service teachers. This study recorded and analyzed 3 or 4 classes for each mathematics teacher by using revised MQI. There were a total of 8 raters: 2 or 3 raters analyzed each class. MQI has four dimensions: Richness of the Mathematics, Working with Students and Mathematic, Errors and Imprecision, Student Participation in Meaning-Making and Reasoning. In the dimension of 'Richness of Mathematics', all teachers had good scores of 'explanations of teacher' but had lower scores of 'linking and connections', 'multiple procedures or solution methods' and 'developing mathematical generalizations.' In the dimension of 'Working with Students and Mathematics', two in-service teachers who have worked and having more experience had higher scores than others. In the dimension of 'Errors and Imprecision', all teachers had high scores. In the dimension of 'Student Participation in Meaning-Making and Reasoning', two pre-service teachers had contrast and also two in-service teachers who hadn't worked not long had contrast. Implications were deducted from finding to improving quality of mathematics classes.

각국 대학도서관 장서구성기준의 비교고찰-기준범위의 모형정립을 위한 비교분석

  • 손정표
    • Journal of Korean Library and Information Science Society
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    • v.2
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    • pp.1-21
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    • 1975
  • Thc purposc of this .study is for ri~aking a model of building a library collcction dcnizn~cd on th.3 curriculum through thc inter-comparison of 15 standards for collcgc ant1 anivcrsily libraries in 5 countries (U. S. A.. Great Ikitain, Canada, Japan, and Icorca) Thc rcsult of thcscl colnpsrisons is as follow.. (1) Qu;~nlitalivc scope: of thc cull(:ction: (r/ Standards for a minimal collcction arc presented to about 100,000 vols (20-30 vols per student) for a ncw university and about 40,000 vols (40 vols pcr studcnt) for a nrnr collcge. $)$ Standards for a working collcction arc prescnted to 70-80 vols per student for a univer:aity and 50-60 vols per student for a college. $$ Standard for an intcnsive rescc~rch collcction is presented to morc than 100 vols p::r studcnt. (2) Stop: of the annual incrc;lsc cf thc collection: (i: Standard for a minimal collcction is ~~rescntcdto 1.4-2 vols per studcnt. $$ Standard for an intensive rrscarch or working collection is pcrsented to 4-5 vols pcr studcnt. (3) Scope of thc anni.1a1 budgetary standards: In Grcat I3ritain and U.S. A.. th-re aro assigned to 1 . 5 ~ 2 % of the collcge and university cxpcnditurr for books. $,$ In our country, it is prcscntcd to 3.5% of thc collcge and university expenditure for books, whcn my calculating by thc various factor analysis.

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Computational Thinking Framework-based Analysis of Afterschool Scratch Team Project Experiences (컴퓨팅 사고 프레임워크 기반 방과후 스크래치 팀프로젝트 경험의 분석)

  • Choi, Hyungshin;Jeong, Inkee;So, Hyojeong
    • Journal of The Korean Association of Information Education
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    • v.18 no.4
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    • pp.549-558
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    • 2014
  • This study aims to provide suggestions for software education in an afterschool program, deriving from the analysis of student experiences of working on Scratch team projects. This study reports on the implementation of the 12 week afterschool software education program in an elementary school, where students worked in pairs to learn Scratch programming from ideation to design and presentation. For an in-depth study of student-generated artifacts, we selected three groups' Scratch projects and conducted artifact-based interviews to unpack student experiences working on Scratch projects as a group. Adopting the computational thinking framework as an overarching analytical lens, we focused on examining student experiences from three dimensions of computational thinking (CT), namely, CT concepts, CT practices, and CT perspectives. The present study provides both theoretical and practical implications. Firstly, we demonstrate the feasibility of applying the CT framework for assessing student-generated artifacts in design-oriented software education. We also believe that this study provides important suggestions to future software education programs adopting CT as an overarching design and assessment framework.

A Descriptive Study of Occupational Health Services in Self-employed Enterprises (Nanoscale Enterprises), Shiraz, Iran

  • Jahangiri, Mehdi;Rostamabadi, Akbar;Yekzamani, Parvaneh;Abadi, Bahare Mahmood;Behbood, Fariborz;Ahmadi, Seyyedeh Fatemeh;Momeni, Zahra
    • Safety and Health at Work
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    • v.7 no.4
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    • pp.317-321
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    • 2016
  • Background: This study was conducted with aim of providing an overview of the current status of occupational health services and identifying the most common harmful agents at workplaces of Iranian self-employed enterprises (Nano-Scale Enterprises). Methods: A cross-sectional study was performed among a random sample including 1,758 employees engaging in self-employed enterprises with 5 and less employees. Results: Coverage of occupational health surveillance was very poor, annual health examinations were been conducted only for 64 (3.64%) of males and 31 (1.76%) of females, and occupational health trainings were not included of the services at all. Personal Protective Equipment were available in 462 (26.3%) of the enterprises. only in 0.4% of the enterprises working processes were been equipped by a local exhaust ventilation system. Difficult postures were the most common (81.5%) adverse working conditions. Conclusion: This study revealed a poor level of the implementation of occupational health services in Iranian self-employed enterprises. Based on the findings, providing basic training on the occupational health, more enforcing in conduction of health examinations and providing PPE, and taking appropriate strategies aimed at eliminating or minimizing work environment harmful agents are the major factor that should be considered to improve the level of occupational health services among the studied enterprises.

Finger temperature Response According to Daily Life of Female College Student (여대생의 생활 습관에 따른 국소한랭혈관 반응)

  • Kim, Yang-Weon;Song, Eun-Young
    • Korean Journal of Human Ecology
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    • v.20 no.1
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    • pp.195-203
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    • 2011
  • The purpose of this study was to define the effects of the finger temperature response according to the daily life of college student. For this study, 31 healthy female college students were taken as a subject group. To define the effects of the finger temperature response, housing style, subjective thermal sensations during daily life in the house and domestic working time were surveyed. The finger temperature response items were measured. The results were as follows. Strong, normal and weak group members were divided according to their cold resistance index(RI) 3, 8, 20 people, repectively. Subjective thermal sensations during daily life in the house affects the cold resistance index(p<.01). The cold resistance index(RI) got higher as domestic working time was increased(p<.05, F-value=3.927). The percentage wearing protective gloves during domestic work in the weak group was higher than the normal or strong groups. Subjective sensations during daily life and domestic working time effected the local cold tolerance, living in a comfortable environment continuously can weaken one's cold tolerance.

Quality Characteristics of Restructured Pork Jerky according to Addition of Sliced Cheese (슬라이스 치즈 첨가에 의한 재구성 돈육포의 품질 특성)

  • Yang, Cheul-Young
    • The Korean Journal of Food And Nutrition
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    • v.20 no.3
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    • pp.304-310
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    • 2007
  • This study was carried out to evaluate the phsicochemical, rheological and sensory characteristics of the restructured pork jerky with the addition of sliced cheese(4, 8 and 12%). The TC-1, TC-2 and TC-3 samples had lower moisture contents than the control, Crude protein and fat contents were significantly difference among all treatment (p<0.05). The crude ash and salinity values of TC-1, TC-2 and TC-3 were higher than the control. With the addition of sliced cheese(l2%), the manufacturing yield and water absorption ability were high among all the different treatments, but the control showed significantly higher values than TC-1, TC-2 and TC-3. The pH ranged from 5.62-6.01 in all treatments and the TC-3 sample had the highest pH, The water activity range was 0.70 - 0.74, and the various treatments had slightly higher than the control. The hardness of the TC-3( J 2%) treatment was the lowest among all the treatment. The strength values increased according to increases in sliced cheese, but there were no significant differences(p>0.05). The sensory evaluation for color and flavor received the highest scores in working males 6.96(TC-2) and student males 7.50(TC-2), respectively. The texture scores ranged from 7.07-7.63 and were the highest of all sensory evaluation factors, For overall acceptance the highest scores were received from student males(TC-3), student females(TC-2), working males(TC-2) and working females(TC-l), respectively.

A Study on the Occupational Orientation of the Junior Ship Officer in Fishing Vessel (어선에 종사하는 초급 해기사의 직업 지향에 관한 연구)

  • KIM, Young-Un
    • Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education
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    • v.27 no.3
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    • pp.725-734
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    • 2015
  • In contemporary society, many fishery industries face a serious problem of having an insufficient number of junior ship officers and engineers. Even though many fishery high schools in Korea made significant effort to produce many talented junior officers and engineers, but after graduation, the students are reluctant to get a job on the fishing vessels. Furthermore, Korean government also invested a large amount of money to train students for ocean-going and costal & near-ocean fishing vessels. However, despite the government's great effort on the training program and education, only a few students wish to work on the fishing vessels. In this article, the author tried to find answers for various questions such as what are the factors that the student prefer, where the student to want to get a job in fishery industries, and how student feel about working at fishing vessels. Furthermore, the author also analyzed the differences between high school student group and Korea Institute of Maritime and Fisheries Technology(KIMFT) student group about occupational orientation by utilizing SPSS statistical program. Additionally, the author surveyed the current onboard status of job position of the high school and KIMFT alumni. This study's results and data will be used for aiding further stimulation and advertisement of job position in fishing vessels and continued daily lives on board.