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Concept Development of Political Competence for Nurses

Han NK, Kim GS

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to define and clarify the concept of political competence for nurses. METHODS: A hybrid model method was used to investigate the dimensions, attributes, and...
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Views on Precision Medicine among Health Professionals in Korea: A Mixed Methods Study

Cho HN, Shin SY, Hwangbo B, Chang YJ, Cho J, Kong SY, Choi KS, Lee ES

This study aimed to investigate awareness, attitudes, and perspectives on precision medicine among health professionals in Korea and to identify issues that need to be addressed before implementing precision medicine....
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Development and Validation of the Clinical Nurses Grit Scale (CN-GRIT)

Park H, Lee K, Shin N

PURPOSE: The purposes of this study were to develop a scale to measure the grit for nurses and to examine the validity and reliability of the scale. METHODS: Through a literature...
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A Qualitative Study of Students' Perception on Premedical Curriculum

Kim CJ, Lee HY, Park YM, Yi HJ

OBJECTIVES: A Womans University College of Medicine faces curriculum reform in 2020. To determine what reforms are needed in the premedical curriculum, a needs assessment was conducted. METHODS: This study utilizes...
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Barriers and Solutions for Improving Pain Management Practices in Acute Hospital Settings: Perspectives of Healthcare Practitioners for a Pain-Free Hospital Initiative

Akbar N, Teo SP, Hj-Abdul-Rahman HNA, Hj-Husaini HA, Venkatasalu MR

BACKGROUND: Effective pain management is a fundamental human right. However, global disparities in pain management practices exist across health settings. This study explored healthcare practitioners' views on pain management in...
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Evaluation of Continuing Education Program to Enhance Competency for Hospice Volunteers: An Exploratory Mixed-Methods Design

Seo M, Cho HA, Han SM, Ko Y, Gil CR

PURPOSE: Hospice volunteers are serving an invisible yet pivotal role in the hospice and palliative care team. This study investigated how effectively a continuing education program could enhance hospice volunteers'...
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Demands for Mental Health Nursing Education and Works of Nurses at Private Psychiatric Hospital: A Mixed Methods Research

An HJ, Bae Y, Cho MS

PURPOSE: The purpose of this mixed-method study was to identify the demand for mental health nursing education and work of nurses at a private psychiatric hospital. METHODS: The survey of demand...
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Health Problems and Coping of Workers under Special Employment Relationships: Home-visit Tutors, Insurance Salespersons, and Credit Card Recruiters

Park B, Jo Y, Oh S

PURPOSE: This study aimed to determine health problems experienced by workers in special employment relationships (WSER) and identify coping strategies used when such problems occur. METHODS: This qualitative study used the...
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Experiences of Perception of Nursing Students' Rights in Clinical Practice

Park S, Cho H

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to explore the experiences of perception of nursing students' rights participating in clinical practice. METHODS: This descriptive study carried out purposeful sampling. The participants...
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The Educational Effects of the Experience of Nursing Students' Patients Role in the Simulation Practice Education for the Women's Health Nursing

Lee BG, Kim SH

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study is to identify the educational effect among nursing students who performed the patient role in women's health nursing simulations. METHODS: In this exploratory qualitative study,...
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Current Practices and Future Directions in Patient Safety Education and Curriculum in Medical Schools

Oh HM, Lee W, Jang SG, Kim SY

In 2018, The Ministry of Health and Welfare announced its first comprehensive plan for patient safety, which included the imperative to develop a patient safety curriculum for students studying to...
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Follow-Up Decision Support Tool for Public Healthcare: A Design Research Perspective

Miah SJ, Hasan N, Gammack J

OBJECTIVES: Mobile health (m-Health) technologies may provide an appropriate follow-up support service for patient groups with post-treatment conditions. While previous studies have introduced m-Health methods for patient care, a smart...
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Development and Application of Cost Management Program for Visiting Nursing Centers Using Time-Driven Activity-Based Costing

Kim J, Lim JY

PURPOSE: This study aimed to develop a web-based cost management program for visiting nursing centers (CMP-VNC), using time-driven activity-based costing (TD-ABC), and to analyze effects of the program. METHODS: The CMP-VNC...
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Experiences of Unrelated Hematopoietic Stem-cell Donors and Experts of Relevant Institutions

Yu S, Kim M, Kim TG, Beom SH

PURPOSE: This study attempts to explore the experiences of Hematopoietic Stem Cell Donation (HSCD) among donors and experts of HSCD-related institutions in South Korea. METHODS: In July 2017, 7 donors and...
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Care Experiences of Personal Assistant for the Disabled: A Mixed Method Study

Kim MG, You SJ, Jeon GS, Kim YM

PURPOSE: This study explored the care experience of persons assisting the disabled people with their activities. METHODS: Concurrent triangulation mixed methods design was used. The quantitative data on care experience were...
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Physicians' Perspectives on the Smoking Cessation Service for Inpatient Smokers

Park EW, Cheong YS

BACKGROUND: Smoking cessation services for inpatients can be provided effectively through interdisciplinary collaborations. Physicians could play a central role in smoking cessation counseling and treatment for recovery from illness and...
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Applying a mixed methods design for needs assessment of an international fellowship training program for Mongolian health professions

Amgalan N, Shin JS, Lee SH, Badamdorj , Yoon HB

PURPOSE: Continuing professional development is essential for improving health care services, especially in developing countries. Most of the training programs in Mongolia were not based on a targeted needs assessment....
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Self-management Experience of Middle-aged and Older Adults With Type 2 Diabetes: A Qualitative Study

Wu FL, Tai HC, Sun JC

PURPOSE: Diabetes mellitus has been either the fourth or fifth leading cause of death among Taiwanese adults during 1995–2015. Older adults with diabetes are at higher risk of developing diabetic...
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Nurses' Perceptions Regarding Disclosure of Patient Safety Incidents in Korea: A Qualitative Study

Choi EY, Pyo J, Ock M, Lee SI

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to determine nurses' perceptions of the disclosure of patient safety incidents (DPSI), which is known to be effective in reducing medical litigation and...
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Agreement on Core Components of an E-Learning Cultural Competence Program for Public Health Workers in South Korea: A Delphi Study

Chae D, Kim H, Yoo JY, Lee J

PURPOSE: This study aimed to seek agreement on the core components of an e-learning cultural competence program for Korean public health workers (PHWs) while prioritizing educational content areas. METHODS: A two-round...
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