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The Spiritual Well-Being and the Spiritual Nursing Care of Nurses for Cancer Patients (암 환자를 돌보는 간호사의 영적안녕과 영적간호수행)

  • Yoon, Me-Ok
    • Journal of Hospice and Palliative Care
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    • v.12 no.2
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    • pp.72-79
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    • 2009
  • Purpose: The purpose of this study was to test the correlation between the levels of spiritual well-being and spiritual nursing care of nurses for cancer patients and to provide baseline data for spiritual nursing care. Methods: In the study, there were 209 nurses involved who cared for cancer patients, and they were from Christian General Hospital in a city, Jeonju. Data were collected from September 17 to 30 in 2008 using structured questionnaires. The data were analyzed using research methods, including descriptive statistics, t-test, ANOVA, Duncan test, and Pearson correlation coefficients. Results: The mean score of spiritual well-being of nurses was $63.41{\pm}10.32$ (range $20{\sim}80$) and that of spiritual nursing care was $26.96{\pm}7.05$ (range $15{\sim}60$). There was a significant positive correlation between the spiritual well-being of nurses and their spiritual nursing care (r=.353, P=.000). Conclusion: The spiritual well-being and spiritual nursing care have a positive correlation. The level of spiritual well-being of nurses was relatively significant, whereas that of spiritual nursing care was relatively low. Therefore, it is recommended, for spiritual nursing care that nurses responsible for cancer patients should pursue more spiritual growth, attend church services regularly, and should further be educated in their care and responsibility.

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Effects of Spiritual Well-being on Spiritual Nursing Intervention (간호사의 영적간호수행에 대한 영적안녕의 예측정도)

  • Sung, Mi-Hae
    • Asian Oncology Nursing
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    • v.9 no.1
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    • pp.15-22
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    • 2009
  • Purpose: The purpose of this study was to identify the relationship between spiritual well-being and spiritual nursing intervention among nurses. Method: Participants (N=171) were recruited from September to November 2007. Data were analyzed using descriptive statistics, t-test, ANOVA, Pearson's correlation and multiple regression. Results: The score of spiritual well-being of nurses was 2.70 out of a total score of 4 and that of spiritual nursing care was 2.31 out of a total score of 4. There was a significantly positive relationship between spiritual well-being and spiritual nursing care (r=0.281, p<0.001). Spiritual well-being and clinical career explained 12.1% of the variance in spiritual nursing care of nurses. Conclusion: Spiritual well-being has the most important influence on spiritual nursing intervention of nurses. The findings suggest that it is needed to develop effective programs to improve spiritual well-being of nurses. More studies are required to identify other predictors of spiritual nursing intervention.

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Effects of Good Death awareness and Spiritual Well-being on Elderly Nursing Performance of Geriatric Hospital Nursing providers (요양병원 간호제공자의 좋은 죽음인식, 영적안녕이 노인간호수행에 미치는 영향)

  • Song, Eun-Haeng;Lee, Hye-Kyung
    • Journal of the Korean Applied Science and Technology
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    • v.36 no.3
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    • pp.975-984
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    • 2019
  • The purpose of this study was to investigate the good death awareness, spiritual well-being, and elderly nursing performance of geriatric hospital nursing providers, and the factors affecting the elderly nursing performance. The subjects were collected from 176 nursing providers in 5 Geriatric hospitals located in D, S, and C provinces. Collected data were analyzed by means, standard deviation, t-test, ANOVA, pearson correlation, and multiple regression analysis using spss 22.0. The result showed that good death awareness was 3.15 out of 4 points, spiritual well-being was 4.11 out of 6 points, and 4.15 out of 5 points for elderly nursing performance. There was a positive correlation between the elderly care performance and good death awareness (r=.19, p=.011) and spiritual well-being (r=.23, p=.002). The factors affecting the performance of elderly nursing were good death perception(${\beta}=.18$, p=.015) and spiritual well-being(${\beta}=.18$, p=.013). Based on the results of this study, it is necessary to develop an intervention program that considers good death and spiritual well-being in order to improve the elderly nursing care performance of geriatric hospital Nursing providers.

The Effect of the Degree of the Spiritual Nursing Care Performance on the Spiritual Nursing Care Ability of Nursing Students (간호대학생의 영적 간호 수행능력이 영적 간호 수행정도에 미치는 영향)

  • Ko, Young Sook;Ha, Mi Ok
    • Health Communication
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    • v.13 no.2
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    • pp.149-158
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    • 2018
  • Background: This study was to survey the effect of the degree of spiritual nursing care performance on the spiritual nursing care ability of the nursing students Methods: The researcher sampled 130 nursing students for a questionnaire survey conducted from September 17 until September 27, 2018. The data of analysis used SPSS 23.0 program. Results: The spiritual nursing care ability was $4.4{\pm}0.8$(total score 6) and the degree of spiritual nursing care performance was $2.9{\pm}1.8$(total score 4). The spiritual nursing care ability differed significantly depending on religion(F=7.570, p<.001), the level of spiritual nursing knowledge(F=19.873, p<.001), education type(F=14.626, p<.001), necessity of hospice(t=2.280, p=.024). The degree of spiritual nursing care performance differed significantly depending on spiritual nursing education time(F=2.932, p=.036). The correlation of two variable was statistically significant difference(r=.206, p=.019). The influencing factors on the spiritual nursing care ability was religion, the level of spiritual nursing knowledge, education type, dying experience($R^2=0.378$, Adj $R^2=0.353$), the degree of spiritual nursing care performance was spiritual nursing education time($R^2=0.065$, Adj $R^2=0.043$). Conclusion: These results show that nursing students are not able to perform spiritual nursing care properly to subjects who need spiritual nursing care. Therefore, it is necessary to develope programs to meet the spiritual nursing care needs of nursing students and to provide practical education in accordance with the program by cooperating with the nursing education staff, clergy and clinical nurse etc. And spiritual nursing care should be taught as a required subjects in the curriculum.

A comparative study on the spiritual needs between nursing students and nurses in Busan and Gyungnam province (부산.경남 지역 간호학생과 간호사의 영적 요구도 비교)

  • Cho, Hyun;Sim, Eun-Kyung;Kwon, Young-Chae;Ji, Jae-Hoon;Bae, Young-Hee;Woo, Young-Ok
    • Proceedings of the KAIS Fall Conference
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    • pp.189-193
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    • 2011
  • 본 연구는 2011년 9월부터 10월까지 부산 경남지역의 병원에 근무하고 있는 간호사 총 153명 간호대학생 총 147 명을 대상으로 설문 조사 수집하였으며, 300 를 배부하여 자료가 불충분한 100 부를 제외하고 최종 200부를 분석하였다. 조사자의 직접방문을 통한 개인별 면담으로 조사하였다. 본 연구에서는 건강한 사람보다는 불건강한 즉 질병에 노출된 가능성이 많은 사람들을 간호대상으로 하는 간호학생과 간호사의 영적 요구도를 파악하고 비교하기위한 목적으로 수행하였다. 따라서 향후 연구에서는 본 연구의 결과를 토대로 간호대학생과 간호사의 영적 요구 도를 파악하고 그것을 바탕으로 간호대상자의 영적간호에 더욱 효율적이고 체계화된 교육프로그램 개발이 필요한 것으로 사료된다.

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A study of Spiritual Well-Being in Nursing Students (간호대학생의 영적안녕에 관한 연구)

  • Lee, Yeong-Eun;Park, Hye-Seon;Gang, Yang-Hui
    • Korean Journal of Hospice Care
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    • v.7 no.1
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    • pp.5-14
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    • 2007
  • Objective : This study was done to identify the status of Spiritual Well-Being in Nursing Students and to investigate the correlation between related various characteristics and Spiritual Well-Being and to provide baseline data for ride school-life and development of Spiritual-education program for nursing students. Method : The data was collected from 188 christian Nursing students by using questionary method. they are all all agreed to participate in this study. Their Spiritual Well-Being were measured using Spiritual Well-Being scale developed by Paloutzian & Ellison(1983) and translated by Choi(1990) and reversed by Kang(1996). Results : The data was analyzed by using SPSS/PC+12.0. The summary of results were as follows; 1. The mean score of Spiritual Well-Being were $63.95\pm10.256$(range from 20-80) 2. There were significant differences between the grade(F=6.101, p= .001), type of religion(F= 17.703, p= .000), In Christian, the level of devotee(F=8.194, p= .000), duration of church attendance(F=7.947, p= .000), regular attendance of chapel(F=4.242, p= .000), regular reading(study) of Bible and prayer (F=5.863, p= .001=0). perceived personal encounter with Jesus(F=4.160, p= .000), religion of parent(F=9.320, p= .000), perceived attitude of parenting(F=4.146, p= .000), hope to admit/transfer to other course or not(F=-2.050, p= .050). Conclusion : Our results were valuable to provide basic guidelines for ride school-life and for the development of Spiritual-education program for Nursing students.

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Development of a Measuring Tool for Spiritual Care Performance of Hospice Team Members (호스피스 팀원들의 영적 돌봄 수행도 측정 도구 개발)

  • Yoo, Yang-Sook;Han, Sung-Suk;Lee, Sun-Mi;Seo, Min-Jeong;Hong, Jin-Ui
    • Journal of Hospice and Palliative Care
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    • v.9 no.2
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    • pp.86-92
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    • 2006
  • Purpose: This study was conducted to develop a measuring tool for spiritual care performance of hospice team members. The tool may be utilized for providing hospice patients with more systematic and standardized spiritual tares. Methods: The concept and questions of the tool were developed, and then its validity and reliability were tested. For the validity and reliability tests, a self-reported questionnaire comprising 33 questions with 4 point scale ($1{\sim}4$), was developed, and the data were collected from 192 hospice team members from December 2005 to February 2006. Results: Thirty three questions, drafted through literature review and professional consultation, were reviewed by 20 professionals for their validity, were revised and supplemented resulted in the final 33 questions. The questions with a correlation coefficient grater than .30 were selected: all the 33 questions were selected based on this criterion. The reliability coefficient, Cronbarh's ${\alpha}$, was 0.95. The 33 questions were analyzed for factors, and six factors were extracted: relationship formation and communication, encouragement and promotion of spiritual growth, linking with spiritual resources, preparation of death, evaluation and quality control for spiritual intervention, Intervention, and spiritual assessment for intervention. Conclusion: The tool developed in this study includes six factors and has high level of reliability. This tool Will greatly contribute to assess and improve hospice care services, providing systematic and standardized spiritual cares for terminally ill patients and their families.

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A comparative study on the spiritual needs between nursing students and nurses in Busan and Gyeongnam province (부산 경남 지역 간호 대학생과 간호사의 영적 요구도 비교)

  • Cho, Hyun;Sim, Eun-Kyung;Kwon, Young-Chae;Bae, Young-Hee;Woo, Young-Ok;Ji, Jae-Hoon;Jung, Ja-Young
    • Journal of the Korea Academia-Industrial cooperation Society
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    • v.13 no.5
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    • pp.2178-2188
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    • 2012
  • This study is based upon 200 final responses from a survey conducted for 153 nurses and 147 nursing students in Busan and Gyeongnam province from september to october 2011. It is carried out to compare and understand the spiritual needs of nurses and nursing students that are inclined to be more exposed unhealthy people rather than healthy people. In this study, the level of spiritual care needs was divided into five fields such as 'love and fellowship', 'hope and peace', 'meaning and purpose of life', 'acceptance of death' and 'relationship with God' and was investigated. As a result, the love and fellowship was the highest level in group of nurses (r = 3.82) and the relationship with God was the lowest one (r = 2.73). In contrast, a group of nursing students showed that love and fellowship was the highest level (r = 3.92) and relationship with God was the lowest (r = 2.99) among five fields. There were statistical significances between nurses and nursing students in 'acceptance of death' and 'relationship with God' (p < 0.05). When looking at correlation between fields of spiritual needs of nurses, the correlation between 'meaning and purpose of life' and 'hope and peace' was the highest (r = .699) and the correlation between 'relationship with God' and 'hope and peace' was the lowest (r = .247). As the result of analysis on correlation between fields of spiritual needs of nursing students, the correlation between 'meaning and purpose of life' and 'hope and peace' was the highest (r = .660) and the correlation between 'acceptance of death' and 'relationship with God' was the lowest (r = .277). Therefore, it would be imperative to develop a more efficient and systemized education program for the spiritual care of nursing patients, on the basis of understanding the spiritual needs of nurses and nursing students.

Drinking Behavior and Health Promoting Lifestyle between Korean and Japanese Female Nursing Students (한·일 여자 간호대학생의 음주행위와 건강증진 생활양식)

  • Lee, Suk Jeong
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.12 no.11
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    • pp.236-245
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    • 2012
  • This study aimed to compare the drinking behavior and health promoting lifestyle between Korean (n=304) and Japanese (n=244) female nursing students. The average score of health promoting lifestyle was statistically significant different after controlling covariables between the two countries. Spiritual growth of Korean was higher, while nutritional habits, interpersonal relationship and stress management of Japanese were higher. The frequency and amount of drinking, and the number of heavy drinkers of Korean were more than that of Japanese. The probability to be heavy drinkers in Korea was higher in interpersonal relationship and lower in spiritual growth, however the probability to be heavy drinkers in Japan was higher in health responsibility. Health educators need to provide nursing college students health education to improve healthy lifestyle including drinking behaviors.