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Clinical Nurses' Job Stress, Emotional labor, Nursing Performance, and Burnout in Comprehensive Nursing Care Service Wards and General Wards

Kim SE, Han JY

PURPOSE: This study was done to identify and compare nursing performance including job stress, emotional labor and burnout between nurses who work in comprehensive nursing care service wards and general...
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Influence of Verbal Abuse on Job Stress for Special Unit Nurses and General Ward Nurses in General Hospitals

Kim YO, Yi YJ

PURPOSE: It is expected that there will be a difference in job stress between special unit (operating room, anesthesia room) nurses and general ward nurses in general hospitals, but factors...
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Policy Issues and New Direction for Comprehensive Nursing Service in the National Health Insurance

Kim J, Kim S, Park E, Jeong S, Lee E

PURPOSE: This study was done to identify issues surrounding comprehensive nursing care within the national health insurance, analyze results and problems within national health insurance and to suggest new policy...
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Effects of a New Nursing Delivery System on Nurses' Satisfaction, Self-efficacy, Job Stress, and Nursing Performance in a University Hospital

Kim EK, Choi EH

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to identify effects of moving from a functional method of nursing care delivery to a modified team nursing delivery system. METHODS: A structured self-report...
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Nurses' Knowledge of Law, Law Consciousness, and Will to Practice

Lee MA, Byeon KS, Kang S

PURPOSE: The aim of this study was to evaluate nurses' knowledge of the law, consciousness, and will to practice and the relationships among factors affecting the will to practice. METHODS: A...
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Factors affecting Retention Intention of Male Nurses Working Health Care Institution in Korea

Yu M, Kang KJ, Yu SJ, Park M

PURPOSE: The study was done to investigate male nurses' gender discrimination, person-organization fit, organization leader-member exchange, career plateau and retention intention and to identify factors affecting nurses' retention intention for...
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Factors Influencing Nurses' Implementation of Evidence-based Fall Management in Geriatric Hospitals

Jeong H, Park M

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to identify factors that influence nurses' implementation of evidence-based fall management in geriatric hospitals. METHODS: Data from the Evidence Based Practice Survey of Fall...
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Effects of Workplace Bullying, Job Stress, Self-esteem, and Burnout on the Intention of University Hospital Nurses to Keep Nursing Job

Yom YH, Yang IS, Han JH

PURPOSE: Medical institutions and their patients benefit from continued employment of nurses. In this study an assessment was done of important factors that influence nurses' intention to leaving their jobs. METHODS:...
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Empathy Ability, Communication Ability, and Nursing Performance of Registered Nurses and Nursing Assistants in Long-term Care Hospitals

Jeong SJ, Kim KH

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to investigate empathy ability, communication, and nursing performance among registered nurses (RN) and nursing assistants (NA) in long-term care hospitals. METHODS: Participants were 155...
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Effects of an Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) Education Program on EBP Practice Readiness and EBP Decision Making in Clinical Nurses

Nam AR, Lee EH, Park JO, Ki EJ, Nam SM, Park MM

PURPOSE: Today's clinical nurses deal with complex problems that need accurate evidence for practice and decision making. In this study the effectiveness of an EBP education program was examined. METHODS: A...
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Comparative Analysis Research of Inpatient Satisfaction with Nursing on Comprehensive Nursing Service Units & General Units and Nurses' Work Stress

Jung SM, Yoon SH

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to provide basic research material necessary for the establishment of comprehensive nursing service units, through a comparative analysis of inpatient satisfaction with nursing...
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Informed Consent: A Complex Process in Iran's Nursing Practice

Nasrabadi , Shali M

Informed consent should not be regarded as a rigid process. Instead, it should be regarded as a flexible process that provides patient with the right amount of information required to...
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