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Purpose: The purpose of this study is to investigate the degrees and relationships of preterm labor stress, anxiety, and nursing needs in pregnancy. Methods: As a descriptive correlation study, data was collected from 72 pregnant women in preterm labor, admitted to 2 general hospitals and 2 women s hospitals. Data was analysed using t-test, ANOVA, pearson s correlation coefficients. Results: The mean of Preterm labor stress, anxiety, and nursing needs were 2.04±0.47, 2.31±0.59, 2.47±0.52, 2.47±0.52, respectively. The nursing needs according to the general characteristics of the subjects was found to be not significantly different. Nursing needs had a positive correlation with preterm labor stress (r=.64, p<.001) and anxiety (r=.27, p<.018). Conclusion: It is suggested to improve the satisfaction of nursing needs for women in preterm labor, it is necessary to develop and apply an educational intervention program to minimize preterm labor stress and anxiety.
Purpose: The purpose of this study is to explore perception on clinical learning environment and perfectionism in relation to resilience and to identify factors influencing resilience in student nurses. Methods: A descriptive correlational study was conducted. The participants were 313 nursing students from three universities in B, U city. Data were analyzed using t-test, ANOVA, Pearson s correlation coefficient, Scheffé test and stepwise regression analysis. Results: Mean score for resilience in nursing students was 4.99 out of 7 point. Resilience explanatory power of the model was in nursing students 20.5% of the variance in perfectionism (β=.338, p<.001), major satisfaction (β=.139, p=.002), college life satisfaction (β=.181, p=.014). Conclusion: Research results suggest that perfectionism, Satisfaction with college life and major satisfaction are important on resilience in nursing students. Therefore is needed develop strategies to manage perfectionism and increase satisfaction with college life and major satisfaction.
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박정숙(Jung Suk Park),손혜경(Hye Gyeong Son),권수혜(Suhye Kwon),정귀임(Kwuy-Im Jung)
전인간호과학학술지 제12권/ 2019
20-29 (10 pages)
의약학>간호학
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Purpose: This study is to identify the factors affecting career maturity of nursing students. Methods: Data were collected from nursing students in one universitiy in B city, and analyzed using descriptive statistics, t-test, Scheffe test, Pearson s correlation coefficients, and stepwise multiple regression analysis. Results: Career maturity of the participants showed statistical differences according to age, grade, clinical practice experience, satisfaction with major, satisfaction with university life, and interpersonal relationship. Career maturity was negatively correlated with perceived career barriers (r=-.593, p<.001) and positively correlated with career decision-making self-efficacy (r=.443, p<.001), selfesteem (r=.443, p<.001) The affecting factors on career maturity were perceived career barriers (β=-.458, p<.001), career decision-making self-efficacy (β=.205, p=.001), self-esteem (β=-.185, p=.002), taken clinical practicum (β=-.161, p=.002), interpersonal relationship (β=.149, p=.004), satisfaction with major (β=.143, p=.006). These variables explained 42.5% of total variance on the career maturity. Conclusion: Therefore, in order to increase the career maturity of nursing students, it is necessary to develop and implement curriculum and comparative educational programs that can decrease the perception of the perceived career barriers and to increase career decision-making self-efficacy and selfesteem.
Purpose: This study was conducted to analyze a trend in domestic mental health of North Korean refugee adolescents in South Korea. Methods: Relevant database (riss4u and KISS) was searched up to December 2018, and a total of 119 abstracts and full-text articles were assessed according to research type by year, studies’ fields, designs, and key word. Results: Of the 119 studies, 50 (42.0%) were for thesis studies for a degree, 69 (58.0%) for academic journals. There were 76 quantitative studies, 42 qualitative studies and 1 hybrid model. The most frequently used study design was a descriptive research. The majority is the field of social science research. Most key words were adaptation, Self-esteem, social support, stress, multiculturalism, phenomenology, qualitative research, depression. Conclusion: It is recommended that the North should conduct more qualitative research for a deeper understanding of the physical and emotional trauma experiences of young North Koreans, including their experiences, crises and adaptive difficulties. Given the characteristics of nursing in pursuit of overall health, it is recommended that the government develop and apply a wound healing program aimed at enhancing overall health so that North Korean youths can live an adaptive life by achieving healthy growth and development through healing wounds.
Purpose: This study examined the influence of sense of values and nursing professionalism on consciousness of national unification of nursing students. Methods: The subject were 84 nursing students in B city. The data were collected from October 8 to 11, 2019, and analyzed using a t-test, ANOVA, scheffe test, Pearson correlation coefficient, and multiple regression. Results: Significant differences in the consciousness of national unification by sex, health status, relation with another nation and reason for national unification. In addition, there was a positive relation between the consciousness of national unification and sense of values. Meaningful variables that influenced consciousness of national unification were sense of values, reason for national unification and relation with another nation. The factors comprised 28.7% of total variance in the consciousness of national unification of nursing students, and sense of values was the most influential factor. Conclusion: To increase the consciousness of national unification of nursing students, it is necessary to development education program of national unification, and nursing student exchange program between South and North Korea.
Purpose: Purpose: The purpose of this study is to investigate the influencing factors on posttraumatic growth (PTG) of nursing students with traumatic experiences. Methods: A survey were conducted with 82 nursing students at a college in Busan. Data were collected from April 20 to 23, 2018, and analyzed with SPSS PASW 23.0. Results: In the multiple regression, PTG was positively correlated with perceived social support (r=.43, p<.001), resilience (r=.38, p<.001), diliberated rumination (r=.36, p=.001). The factors influencing PTG were perceived social support (β=.40, p=.033), marital status (β=.38, p=.034). The variable that had the highest impact was perceived social support and the explanation power of the regression model was 39.7% (F=3.48, p=.006). Conclusion: The finding of this study indicate that perceived social support and marital status are essential for PTG in nursing students with posttraumatic experiences. Thus, enhancing perceived social support would be an effective strategy to improve PTG in nursing students with posttraumatic experiences.
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