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The association of faculty-student interaction, psychological well-being, and the image of nurses of nursing students on nursing professionalism in the COVID-19 pandemic

Park J, Kang D, Kang J, Gwak N, Kim C, Lee MK

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to investigate the association of faculty-student interaction, psychological well-being, and the image of nurses with nursing professionalism in the COVID-19 pandemic situation. Methods: The...
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The longitudinal effects of children’s temperament on maternal depression: A hierarchical linear modeling approach

Kim CG, Choi MY

Purpose: This study aimed to identify the longitudinal effects of children’s temperament on maternal depression. Methods: Data from a longitudinal cohort of the Panel Study of Korean Children (PSKC) from 2010...
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A study of relationships among tuberculosis knowledge, family support, and medication adherence in tuberculosis patients

Jang YR, Lee MA

Purpose: This study was conducted to investigate the effect of tuberculosis-related knowledge and family support on medication adherence in tuberculosis patients. Methods: The data were collected from 175 patients diagnosed with...
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The impact of grit, gratitude disposition and stress on psychological well-being among nursing students during the Covid-19 pandemic: a structural equation modeling

Choi H, Jeong H

Purpose: The purposes of this study were to develop and test a model for the effects of grit, gratitude disposition, and stress on the psychological well-being of nursing students during...
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Nursing students’ experiences of adapting to clinical practice in the COVID-19 pandemic

Kwon S, Kim Y, Bang M, Ryu M

Purpose: This study was performed to explore and describe the overall clinical practice adaptation experiences among nursing students during the COVID-19 pandemic. Methods: This qualitative study applied the grounded theory method...
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Factors associated with the person-centered care competence of nursing students

Park JY, Woo CH

Purpose: The main purpose of this study was to identify factors influencing person-centered care competence in nursing students. Methods: The study was conducted in two universities located in the D and...
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The effects of calling, nurse’s image, satisfaction in major and self-efficacy on nursing professionalism of nursing students

Lee KE, Seo IS

Purpose: The purpose of this study is to identify the relationship among calling, nurse’s image, satisfaction in major, self-efficacy and nursing professionalism and to identify the predictors of nursing professionalism...
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Global health curricula in Korean nursing schools: Focusing on the changes since 2015

Lee S, Yoon JY

Purpose: This study aimed to understand the current status of global health curricula and characteristics in nursing schools, focusing on the changes since 2015. Methods: Data were collected from the websites...
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Experience of reorganizing life in married immigrant women with chronic disease; With three Asian countries at the center

Cheon SM

Purpose: The purposes of this study was to describe the lived experience structures of married immigrant women with chronic diseases in reorganizing their lives in a variety of situations and...
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Analysis of the importance of nursing care and performance confidence perceived by nurses in the neonatal intensive care unit

Lim H, Lee H, Kim E, Kim H, Jang E

Purpose: Neonatal nurses are expected to have clinical competency to provide qualified and safe care for high-risk infants. An educational intervention to enhance nurses’ clinical competence is often a priority...
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