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Pupose: The purpose of this study was to identify the vision, strategic goals and tasks of the Korea Armed Forces Nursing Academy(KAFNA). Methods: The following methods were adopted: Balanced Score Card(BSC) approach, questionnaire survey, interviews, and small group workshop. The participants in the study were all members of the institute and seven from outside. Results: The results were as follows: 1) the core values of the KAFNA are a sense of loyalty and dedication, communication, co-operation, and the best-result-targeted and future-oriented work process, 2) the purpose is ``nurturing seasoned nursing officers who are dedicated to the country``, 3) the mission is to establish a professional and specialized education system by 2020, and to train experts that the nation demands, 4) the strategic goals are, ``Establishment of professional and specialized education system based on work performance, Innovation of managing infrastructure based on work performance`` and 5) there are seven strategic tasks including performing specialized practical training, substantializing academic-industrial collaboration, reinforcing performance-oriented curriculum operation and so on. Conclusion: The visions composed of core values, goals, and calling are related to strategic goals and strategic task. With the research results, the foundation of performance management system of KAFNA should be prepared.
Purpose: This study was designed to explore the re-employment process of retired nurse officers and to develop a grounded theory about their experiences. Methods: The participants were 9 retired nurse officers holding jobs. Data was collected through interviews using MP3 recordings. The data were analyzed using the Strauss and Corbin(1998) method. Results: The process of ``seeking new dream by breaking down the barrier of reality`` was categorized into four stages: ``destiny: wrapping up the military service``, ``anxiety: looking for a job``, ``adaptation to the new job: giving up, meagerly holding on, satisfaction``, and ``dreaming: planning for the future``. There were four steps of emotional change in this chronological order: ``lack of concern``, ``anxiety: low self-esteem``, ``confidence: stepping up to the challenge``, ``missing the military``. Conclusion: The findings of this study will help better understand the retired nurse officers`` re-employment experience.
Purpose: The purpose of the non-equivalent control group pretest-posttest study was to test the effects of self-directed nursing practice using peer-tutoring, on the level of confidence, performance and learning satisfaction of nursing students in practicing core nursing skills. Methods: The data were collected from 80 junior nursing students at a nursing college in Daejeon before and after 3 weeks of intervention on practicing six core nursing skills, according to the highest order of priority. The subjects were divided into the peer-tutoring practice group (PTPG, n=40) and the lecturer-guided practice group (LGPG, n=40). The data were analyzed using mean, frequency, and t-test. Results: The PTPG scored statistically higher than the LGPG on the performance of ‘indwelling urinary catheterization’ and ‘wearing protection equipment while entering quarantine room & disposing waste’. The PTPG scored statistically higher than the LGPG on the confidence of ‘indwelling urinary catheterization’ and ‘inserting intravenous catheterization’. The PTPG scored statistically higher on learning satisfaction than LGPG. Conclusion: The results showed that self-directed nursing practice using peer-tutoring could be effective for nursing students in improving proficiency in core nursing skills and might be applied to core nursing skills training.
Purpose : The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of U-healthcare service on physiological index, biochemical index, health promotion behavior, intention to maintain exercise routines and job stress among ROK army officers. Method : This is a quasi-experimental study with one-group pre and post test. The subjects were recruited from one miIitary unit in ROK army base located in Korea. We provided the participants with U-healthcare service for three months. Physiological index, biochemical index, health promotion behavior, intention to maintain exercise routines, and job stress were measured. Data were analyzed using descriptive statistics, paired t-test, and χ<sup>2</sup>-test. Result : The effects of U-healthcare service on blood pressure, body weight, cholesterol, and health promotion behavior were statistically significant; however, the effects on Intention to maintain exercise routines and job stress were not statistically significant. Conclusion : The study supports that U-healthcare service is effective improving ROK army officer`s health promotion behavior.
Purpose: The purpose of this research was to evaluate the effects of PBL on ability of nursing students in Self-Directed Learning, Critical Thinking Disposition and Problem Solving Process. Methods: The research design was a nonequivalent control group pretest-posttest design. For the experimental group PBL was used during one semester (14 weeks). Instruments for data collection were Self-Directed Learning Readiness Scale (Kim, 1997), Critical Thinking Disposition Scale (Kwon et al., 2006) and Problem Solving Process Scale (Lee, 1979). The data were analyzed by repeated measure ANOVA. Results: There were statistically significant improvements in Self-Directed Learning and Critical Thinking between the two groups after PBL. But there was no statistically significant improvement in the Problem Solving Process. Conclusion: These results suggest that PBL has a positive effect on nursing students' education. Therefore, PBL should be used for more subjects in the nursing curriculum.
유명란(Yoo, Myoung-Ran),최선영(Choi, Seon Young),김윤미(Kim, Youn Mi),한수정(Han, Su-Jeong),양남영(Yang, Nam-Young),김희경(Kim, Hee Kyung),장혜경(Chang, Hae Kyung),이미라(Lee, Mi-Ra),손연정(Son, Youn-Jung) 한국간호교육학회 2013 한국간호교육학회지 Vol.19 No.3
Purpose: The purpose of this study was to identify resilience"s mediating effect between acculturative stress and depression among Chinese students in Korea. Methods: Between February and May 2012, 276 Chinese students from 3 universities located in Chungnam province participated in the current study using a questionnaire survey. Data was analysed using SPSS 18.0 program. Results: The mean score of acculturative stress, resilience, and depression was 82.7, 129.0, and 15.6 respectively. The acculturative stress was significantly related to perceived health status (F=10.57, p<.001), TOPIK(t=7.55, p=.006) and the major(F=2.87, p=.024). Resilience was related to the race(F=13.49, p<.001), perceived heath status (F=10.57, p<.001), tuition(F=8.52, p<.001), and level of Koran language(F=5.91, p=.003). Resilience correlated to acculturative stress (r=-0.21, p<.001) and depression(r=-0.48, p<.001) by showing a mediating effect between accuturative stress and depression. Conclusion: In order to improve resilience as a mediating factor with depression of Chinese students in Korea, we suggest the development various programs about external supporting programs.