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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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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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Comparison of Mental Health Act about Involuntary Admission among 4 East Asian Countries

Joe KH, Jang M

OBJECTIVES: The aim of this study was to explore trends associated with the amendment of The Mental Health Welfare Act by comparing involuntary admission processes in Asian countries. METHODS: We obtained...
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Understanding of Sexual Violence and the Role of Health Care Provider in Korea

Yang SJ, Shin YJ

The issues raised by the ‘me too’ movement, which have been alarming members of Korean society since early 2018, are ‘unspeakable.’ In past instances of sexual violence, the silence of...
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Maintaining Mental Illness Patients' Humanity while Respecting their Human Rights

Lee HJ

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Review of Legal Codes Governing Administrative Death Investigations and Autopsy by Administrative Order

Kim YS, Kim TE

Under current law, there are two paths for death investigations: administrative and judicial. A proper death investigation system is essential to the establishment and maintenance of the human rights of...
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Ideology of Social Health Insurance and Health Policy

Lee KS

Health care has two different facets. One is commodity and another is a right of human being. Health care as a commodity is utilized by demand approach in market. Demand...
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Necessity of Reorganization of Mental Health Welfare Act to Decrease in Social Anxiety Related to Patients with Schizophrenia and to Ensure Proper Human Rights for Mentally Ill Persons

Lee H, Choi J, Lee MS, Paik JW, Kwon JS

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An Evolutionary Concept Analysis of Forensic Nursing Competency

Jo NY, Lee YM, Son YJ

PURPOSE: This study aimed to clarify attributes, antecedents, and consequences of forensic nursing competency. METHOD: Rodgers' evolutionary concept analysis was used to analyze twenty nine articles on forensic nursing based on...
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Critique of Mental Health Welfare Law in Korea : Focusing on Involuntary Hospitalization Criteria

Yoon JS, Kim CY, Ahn JH

Under new mental health and welfare law, involuntary admission is allowed only for persons with mental illness based on the narrowed criteria of mental illness when they meet both need...
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Nursing Strategy for Use of Seclusion and Restraint in Psychiatric Hospitals

Sung JE, Kim SJ, Kim SH, Kim SW

Although seclusion and restraint are required for the treatment of mentally ill patients in psychiatric hospitals, these procedures involve potential violations of human rights and pose a potential risk to...
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Contemplation of Legal Criteria of Psychiatric Compulsory Admission: Including an Introduction of US Case Which Can be Referred to the Assessment of the Appropriateness of Hospitalization in Korea

Kim H, Ahn Y, Park JI

The Korean Mental Health Act has been radically reformed recently in order to improve psychiatric patients' human rights by regulating the compulsory admission process. However, the expert group brought up...
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A Modern History of ‘Imperial Medicine’ Surrounding Hansen's Disease: Strategies to Manage Public Opinion in Modern Japanese Media

SEO G

The purpose of this study is to understand the reality of imperial medicine by exploring the strategic attitude of the Japanese authority targeting the public who were not patients of...
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The New Mental Health and Welfare Law in Korea: Issues with Additional Diagnosis by External Psychiatrist and the Role of Admission Review Committee

Yoon JS, Ahn JH, Yoon W, Kim CY

The new Mental Health and Welfare Law in Korea was revised to require additional diagnosis by a psychiatrist from another public or designated hospital for involuntary admission beyond 2 weeks....
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Need for the complete revision of the Mental Health and Welfare Act

Kwon JS

Involuntary treatment or compulsory admission to mental health facilities has long been a controversial issue in the field of mental health, because these practices infringe on the right to choose...
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Human Rights Sensitivity, Advocacy Attitudes, and Advocacy Interventions for Mentally Disabled People in Psychiatric Nurses and Nursing Students

Chung MS, Lim KC, Ko J

PURPOSE: This study aimed to verify the relationship between human rights sensitivity, advocacy attitudes, and advocacy interventions for mentally disabled people in psychiatric nurses and nursing students. METHODS: This is a...
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Critical Review on Amendment Bill of Mental Health Act

Park JI, Park HJ

The Korean Mental Health Act, enacted in 1995, was entirely amended 20 years later and the amendment was passed by the National Assembly plenary session on May 19. 2015. The...
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Twenty-Five Years of Physical Punishment Research: What Have We Learned?

Durrant JE, Ensom R

Over the past quarter century, research on physical punishment has proliferated. Almost without exception, these studies have identified physical punishment as a risk factor in children's behavioral, emotional, cognitive and...
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Infectious disease-related laws: prevention and control measures

Park M

OBJECTIVES: This study examines recently revised Korean government legislation addressing global infectious disease control for public health emergency situations, with the aim of proposing more rational, effective and realistic interpretations...
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A Historical Review of the Korean Journal of Legal Medicine: In Commemoration of the 40th Anniversary of the Founding Korean Society for Legal Medicine

Na JY, Kim HG, Kim HS, Lee H

The Korean Society for Legal Medicine (KSLM) was founded in 1976 and launched its official journal, the Korean Journal of Legal Medicine (KJLM), in 1977. They have played an important...
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