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Anesthesiologist’s role as a communication coordinator of perioperative medicine: stressing the recognition of role in the changing medical atmosphere

Yon JH, Kang BJ

Background: Perioperative care process in a hospital is considerably complex, involving multiple subprocesses, healthcare professionals, and systems in support of surgical care. The perioperative process is often the primary source...
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End-of-Life Assessments and Communication for Dying Patients and Their Families

Lee EK, Jeong HY, Kim KW

End-of-life assessments aim to help dying patients and their families plan clinical interventions in advance and prepare them for a peaceful end of life, in which the patient accepts life...
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Communication at the End of Life

Onishi H

End-of-life patients experience physical, mental, social, and existential distress. While medical personnel provide medication and care to alleviate patients’ distress, listening to and interacting with patients remains essential for understanding...
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Touchless Control of Picture Archiving and Communication System in Operating Room Environment: A Comparative Study of Input Methods

Kim JT, Cha YH, Yoo JI, Park CH

Background: The advancement of computer information technology would maximize its potential in operating rooms with touchless input devices. A picture archiving and communication system (PACS) was compared with a touchless...
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Improving the care of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) patients: perspectives and strategies for IBD center management

Park J, Park S, Lee SA, Park SJ, Cheon JH

The incidence and prevalence rates of inf lammatory bowel disease (IBD) have been increasing in East Asian countries over the past few decades. Accordingly, the general understanding and awareness of...
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The mediating effect of self-efficacy on the relationship between social anxiety and communication ability in nursing students

You MJ, Han HS

Purpose: This study aims to identify the relationship between nursing students’ social anxiety and communication ability, and in particular, to determine the mediating effect of self-efficacy. Methods: A total of...
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Factors influencing the quality of nursing care as perceived by mothers of hospitalized children in South Korea

Jin I, Cho HH

Purpose: This study aimed to identify the factors affecting the quality of nursing care as perceived by mothers of hospitalized children and provide basic data for the development of nursing...
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Changes in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder after Theraplay Application

Chang Y, Kim B, Youn M

  • KMID: 2516960
  • J Korean Acad Child Adolesc Psychiatry.
  • 2021 Jul;32(3):112-117.
  • doi: 10.5765/jkacap.210001
Objectives: This study identified changes in social communication and interaction among children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) through Theraplay. Methods: This study included 20 children who were diagnosed with ASD by...
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Communication Experiences and Needs among the Critically Ill with an Artificial Airway: An Integrative Review

Kim SH, Kim J, Choi J

Purpose : The aim of this integrative review was to describe communication experiences and needs among the critically ill with an artificial airway and evaluate relevant intervention studies. Methods : Using...
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The Role of Safety Silence Motives to Safety Communication and Safety Participation in Different Sectors of Small and Medium Enterprises: Investigation Results on Two Kinds of Industries in Indonesia

Ansori N, Widyanti A, Y

Background A number of accidents have occurred in small and medium enterprises (SMEs). Efforts in reducing accidents have been undertaken through the implementation of safety behaviors. Unfortunately, few studies have examined...
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Trends in Korean parents' perceptions on food additives during the period 2014–2018

Kang HJ, Kim S, Kim JW

BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVES: While the use of food additives in food processing has become a common practice worldwide, consumers' worry about potential hazards has not diminished. The purpose of this study was to...
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The Influence of Dental Hygiene Student’s Communication Ability and Conflict Management Types on Adaptation to College Life

Shin MS, Han JH, Hwang JM

Background: The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of dental hygiene students’ communication ability and conflict management types on adaptation to college life improve adaptation to college...
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Simulation-based education for selected communication skills: exploring the perception of post-graduate dental students

Mascarenhas S, Al-Halabi M, Otaki F, Nasaif M, Davis D

Purpose: The role of simulation-based education (SBE) in enhancing communication has been established in the literature. To ensure achieving desired outcomes from SBE initiative, the individual learners, their experiences, and...
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Interprofessional education program for medical and nursing students: interprofessional versus uniprofessional

Park YC, Park KH

Purpose: This study determined the effects of interprofessional education (IPE) on self-efficacy and attitude by comparing an interprofessional (IP) group of medical students (MSs) and nursing students (NSs) and a...
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The intervention effect of a nursing-media studies convergence problem-based learning (PBL) program to improve nurses’ public image: Changed perceptions of program participants and students attended a PBL presentation

Yoo S, Kang S, Ryu J

Purpose: The purpose of this study is to examine the effectiveness of Problem-based Learning (PBL) in an interdisciplinary college class. This class was run under the theme of ‘Nurse...
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Influence of Cultural competency and Intercultural Communication on Clinical competence of Emergency Unit Nurses Caring for Foreign Patients

Ryu YJ, Lee YM

Purpose : This study identified the factors affecting the clinical competence of emergency unit nurses caring for foreign patients. Methods : This study utilized a descriptive correlation design. Participants were 112...
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The mediating effect of self-efficacy in the relationship between communication skills and practices of preventing infectious diseases among daycare center teachers in South Korea

Shin J, You SY

Purpose: This study investigated the practices of preventing infectious diseases by daycare center teachers. The focus was on the mediating effects of self-efficacy in the relationship between communication skills and...
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The Effect of the Education Applying Havruta's Method on Communication Competency, Critical Thinking Competency, and Self-leadership of Nursing Students

Ha JH, Lee HJ

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to construct the education applying Havruta's method for nursing students and to examine its effect on the communication competency, critical thinking competency, and...
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Communication Competence, Nursing Professionalism and Job Performance among Home Healthcare Nurses

Jeong E, Han S

Purpose: This study was done to identify the effects of communication competence and nursing professionalism on job performance among home healthcare nurses. Methods: The participants were 116 home healthcare nurses...
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Clinical Practice Guideline for Care in the Last Days of Life

Shin J, Chang YJ, Park SJ, Choi JY, Kim SH, Choi YS, Kim NH, Yum HK, Nam EM, Park MH, Moon N, Moon JY, Kang HT, Kang JH, Park JM, Lee CW, Kim SY, Lee EJ, Koh SJ, Kim Y, Agnes Cho M, Song Y, Shim JY

A clinical practice guideline for patients in the dying process in general wards and their families, developed through an evidence-based process, is presented herein. The purpose of this guideline is...
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