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Comparison of the Attitudes of Nurses and Physicians toward Palliative Care in Neonatal Intensive Care Units

Jung HN, Ju HO

Purpose: This study aimed to compare the attitudes of nurses and physicians toward neonatal palliative care and identify the barriers to and facilitators of neonatal palliative care, with the goal...
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The Effects of a Death Preparation Education Program on Death Anxiety, Death Attitudes, and Attitudes toward End-of-Life Care among Nurses in Convalescent Hospitals

Chu Ey, Jang Sh

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of a death preparation education program for nurses working in convalescent hospitals on death anxiety, death attitudes, and attitudes...
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Analysis of the Relationship between Athletes’ Attitudes toward Doping, Sport Orientation, and Perceived Motivational Climate in Sport among Collegiate Athletes

Kim E, Park H, Choi H

Purpose: This study aimed to identify the relationship between the attitudes toward doping, sport orientation, and perceived motivational climate in sport, and to provide useful information on the anti-doping strategy. Methods:...
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Development and Validation of a New Scale to Assess Attitudes and Perspectives Toward Persons With Disabilities

Myong Y, Shin HI, Lee JE, Cho W, Yi YG

Objective To develop and validate a scale to assess people’s attitudes and perspectives toward persons with disabilities. Methods The three-stage development of the scale included a preliminary version drafted from the...
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Physical Therapists’ Awareness of Dementia and Attitude

Kwon AL, Choi YH, Kim KJ

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to find out the personal characteristics of physical therapists, dementia awareness and dementia attitude, and to find out what relationship is there between...
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Analysis of Factors Affecting the Intention to Quit Smoking in Stroke Patients

Youn J, Shin MK

Purpose: This study aimed to analyze factors affecting the intention to quit smoking in stroke patients. Methods: A descriptive approach was taken in this study. Structured questionnaires including subjects' characteristics,...
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A study on the performance of the Donation Improvement Program in Korea

Heo SJ, Ju YH, Noh EJ, Kim KM, Son YK, Jung SW, Kang HJ, Lee JR, Cho WH, Ha J

Background: The Donation Improvement Program (DIP) is intended to increase organ donation at hospitals. The program includes education for healthcare professionals of participating hospitals about each step of donation as...
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Factors related to Medication Adherence in Patients with Heart Failure

So N, Kim H

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to determine the levels of medication adherence in patients with heart failure and explore the factors related to it. Methods: Cross-sectional and descriptive...
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Knowledge and Attitudes toward Advance Directives among Middle-Aged Women

Choi JW, Rhee YJ

Purpose: This study investigated knowledge of and attitudes toward advance directives (ADs) among middle-aged women in South Korea, their willingness to write ADs in the future, and the factors related...
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Patient Knowledge, Attitude and Perceptions towards Botulinum Toxin Treatment for Movement Disorders in India

Mol TN, Kamble N, Holla VV, Mahale R, Pal PK, Yadav R

Objective There is limited literature on the knowledge, attitude, and perceptions (KAP) of botulinum toxin (BoNT) treatment among patients and caregivers. The objective of this study was to assess the...
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The Adaptation of the Buddhist Death Acceptance Scale for Vietnamese Persons with Cancer

Long NH, Thanasilp S

Purpose: This study reports on selected psychometric properties of the adapted Buddhist Death Acceptance Scale (BDAS) for Vietnamese persons with cancer. Methods: The original 13-item BDAS was developed based on Buddhist...
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The Knowledge, Attitudes, Performance, and Barriers of Nurses to Pain in Oncology Settings: A Multi-Center Study

Kim H, Choi S, Kim S, Lee J, Kim SH, Lee I, Shin Y, Jang HY

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to examine knowledge, attitudes, performance, and barriers to pain management of nurses working in oncology settings. Methods: This cross-sectional study was conducted on...
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Interprofessional education program for medical and nursing students: interprofessional versus uniprofessional

Park YC, Park KH

Purpose: This study determined the effects of interprofessional education (IPE) on self-efficacy and attitude by comparing an interprofessional (IP) group of medical students (MSs) and nursing students (NSs) and a...
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Mediating Effects of Role Perception of Life-sustaining Treatment in the Relationship between Knowledge of Lifesustaining Treatment Plans and Attitudes toward Withdrawal of Life-sustaining Treatment among Nursing College Students

Park Y, Nam K, Bae J

Purpose: This study examined the relationship between Knowledge of Life-sustaining Treatment Plans and Attitudes toward Withdrawal of Life-sustaining Treatment among nursing college students, and attempted to identify the mediating effect...
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Effects of Awareness of Good Death and End-of-Life Care Attitudes on End-of-Life Care Performance in Long-Term Care Hospital Nurses

Kim SH, Kim EY

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to determine the effects of awareness of good death and end-of-life care attitudes on end-of-life care performance in long-term care hospital nurses. Methods:...
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Knowledge, attitude, practice, and self-efficacy of women regarding cervical cancer screening

Ghalavandi S, Heidarnia A, Zarei F, Beiranvand R

Objective Iran has a low incidence of cervical cancer (CC). The country is introducing an organized screening system, including human papillomavirus screening. Studies show a high dropout rate among eligible women...
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Healthy Beliefs regarding Breast Cancer Screening in Iranian Women Health Volunteers: A Path Analysis

Salmani F, Moodi M, Yousefi A, Norozi E

Background: In Iran, 82% of breast cancer cases are diagnosed in late stages, resulting in low survival rates. In the present study, the Stages of Change Theory and Health Belief...
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Factors influencing dementia prevention behaviors in older Koreans enrolled in senior welfare centers

Lim KC, Kim M, Ko H

Purpose: This study aimed to explore factors influencing on the preventive behaviors of dementia in older Koreans enrolled in senior welfare centers to provide basic information on dementia prevention. Methods: A...
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A  Qualitative  Study  on  the  Perceptions  and  Learning  Behavior  of  Medical Students  in  Online  Classes

Kang Y, Kim DH

Since the emergence of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), medical schools have experienced a sudden, full-scale transition to online classes. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, it is important to evaluate current...
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Attitudes and Practices toward Droplet and Airborne Universal Precaution among Nurses during the COVID-19 Outbreak in Indonesia

Lindayani L, Permana B, T, Darmawati I

Purpose: Nurses are at the forefront of the battle against the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic.Nurses’ expertise, attitude, and practice of prevention and control are important to provide a good...
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