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Service Demand for and Awareness of a Primary Healthcare Pilot Project for People With Disabilities

Kim HJ, Jang SN, Lim JY

Background: This study investigated the demand for and awareness of a primary healthcare pilot project for people with disabilities; it also sought to identify relevant determinants for demand and awareness...
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Contract Employment Experiences of Visiting Nurses at Public Health Centers in the Metropolitan Area: Focused on Employment Type and Treatment

Kim HG, Jang SN, Chin YR, Hur J, Lee RS

Purpose This study was conducted with a focus group interview that drew out experiences, limitations, and difficulties in the workplace according to the employment conditions of visiting nurses in the public...
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A Preliminary Study for the Curriculum Development of Community Care Coordinators: Educational Needs Analysis

Park HN, Yoon JY, Jang SN, Nam HJ

Purpose A care coordinator is an emerging nursing professional role in South Korea. The purpose of this study was to identify educational needs and priorities for care coordinators among nurses. Methods An online...
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Home-Based Medical Care for Homebound Elderly with Mobility Impairment in the U.S.

Lee T, Lee J, Jang Sn, Lee H, Seo D, Hong J, Kim CO

Home-based medical care (HBMC) aims to meet the complex medical and functional needs of the homebound elderly with multimorbidity and mobility impairment by providing comprehensive and longitudinal primary care. Unlike...
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Comparing Perceptions, Determinants, and Needs of Patients, Family Members, Nurses, and Physicians When Making Life-Sustaining Treatment Decisions for Patients with Hematologic Malignancies

Kim S, Ham EH, Kim DY, Jang SN, Kim Mk, Choi HA, Cho YA, Lee SA, Yun MJ

Purpose: This descriptive study compared the perceptions, determinants, and needs of patients, family members, nurses, and physicians regarding life-sustaining treatment decisions for patients with hematologic malignancies in the hematology-oncology department...
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Willingness to Use and Appropriate Payable Cost for Visiting Nurse Service for the Elderly in the Community

Seo S, Jang Sn

Purpose: This study aimed to measure willingness to use (WTU) and appropriate payable cost of visiting nurse service for the elderly and explore their impact factors. Methods: The study included...
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Analysis of Trends in Willingness to Pay Research in Healthcare Service of Korea

Seo S, Jang SN

Purpose: This study was to review the previous studies on the ‘Willingness to Pay (WTP)' for healthcare services and suggest future implications for nursing research. Methods: Using the scoping review...
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Care Inequality among Older Adults during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Jang Sn, Kim CO

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Tackling Instrumental Activities of Daily Living: Time to Start Rethinking Items

Jang Sn

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Who Are the People Willing to Pay for Physician Home Visits?

Kim CO, Jang Sn

Background: Since the recently announced Community Care Policy, there has been an opinion that Korea needs to establish an alternative medical model such as physician home visits. This study aimed...
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Why Do Older Korean Adults Respond Differently to Activities of Daily Living and Instrumental Activities of Daily Living? A Differential Item Functioning Analysis

Jang SN, Kawachi I

OBJECTIVES: Culture-based gender norms regarding who performs daily activities can bias the assessment of instrumental activities of daily living (IADL). This study evaluated item-response biases in the activities of daily...
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Fracture Experiences and Long-Term Care Initiation among Older Population: Analysis of Korean National Health Insurance Service-Senior Cohort Study

Kim HJ, Jang SN, Lee JK, Ha YC

BACKGROUND: Long-term care is a burden on individuals, families, and society. It is important to find ways to delay the onset of disability to lessen the burden of long-term care...
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Who Comes to the Emergency Room with an Infection from a Long-term Care Hospital? A Retrospective Study Based on a Medical Record Review

Kim KW, Jang SN

PURPOSE: Health careeassociated infections increase disease prevalence and mortality and are the main reason for the hospitalization of the elderly. However, the management of underlying infections in patients hospitalized in...
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Co-occurrence Network Analysis of Keywords in Geriatric Frailty

Kim Y, Jang SN, Lee JL

PURPOSE: The aim of this study is to identify core keyword of frailty research in the past 35 years to understand the structure of knowledge of frailty. METHODS: 10,367 frailty articles...
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Urinary Incontinences Are Related with Fall and Fragility Fractures in Elderly Population: Nationwide Cohort Study

Kim HJ, Kim JW, Jang SN, Kim KD, Yoo JI, Ha YC

BACKGROUND: This prospective cohort study used nationwide claims data to investigate the incidence of fall and fragility fractures in association with urinary incontinence (UI) in the elderly, and to compare...
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Comparison of Working Conditions among Non-regular Visiting Nurses in Public Health Centers based on Their Employment Types

Kim HG, Lee RS, Jang SN, Kim KB, Chin YR

PURPOSE: This study is to investigate working conditions including job stress among visiting nurses in public health centers in Korea. METHODS: An social network based mobile survey was conducted in May...
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Home-Based Primary Care for Homebound Older Adults: Literature Review

Kim CO, Jang SN

Home-based primary care (HBPC) refers to the type of home care services which provide interdisciplinary primary care services with a comprehensive and continuous manner. Currently, it is getting much attention...
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Needs for Medical and Rehabilitation Services in Adults With Cerebral Palsy in Korea

Park MW, Kim WS, Bang MS, Lim JY, Shin HI, Leigh JH, Kim K, Kwon BS, Jang SN, Jung SH

OBJECTIVE: To investigate medical comorbidities and needs for medical and rehabilitation services of adults with cerebral palsy (CP) in Korea. METHODS: This was a prospective cross-sectional study. One hundred fifty-four adults...
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Contrasting Effects of Spousal Education on Depressive Symptoms Among Korean Middle-Aged and Older Adults

Jang SN, Kawachi I

BACKGROUND: Within marital dyads, we focused on the so-called positive spillover effects of one spousal partner's educational attainment on the health of the other partner. This study examined the relationship...
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The Authors Reply: Effects of Age, Period, and Cohort on Health Status in Korean Baby Boom Generation

Jang SN

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