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The Effect of Well-being, Fatigue, and Self-efficacy on Health Promotion Behaviors among Shift Workers

Park JW, Kwon M

PURPOSE: This study aimed to identify the factors that affect the health promotion behaviors of shift workers. METHODS: Using self-administered questionnaires, data were collected between August 13th and 31st, 2018. Descriptive...
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Factors associated with Behaviors that Reduce Exposure to Environmental Hormones among Nursing Students

Lee J, Bea H, Kim H

PURPOSE: This study aimed to examine the factors associated with behavior that reduces exposure to environmental hormones among nursing students. METHODS: Data were collected from 160 nursing students in D and...
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A Case Study on Workers' Compensation Approval for a Hospital Nurse's Suicide

Yi K, Choi S, Park B

PURPOSE: This study aimed to examine the process from occurrence of a hospital nurse's suicide to workers' compensation approval, responses of the parties involved, issues debated during approval deliberations, and...
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A Study on the Three-Year Weight Changes of Workers at a Manufacturing Company and the Comparison of Metabolic Syndrome Diagnosis Components: Focused on the Data of Korean National Health Screening (2015~2017)

Jung E, Kim T

PURPOSE: This study aims to provide preliminary data for weight management, and prevention and management of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases. We examined the effect of changes in the weight of...
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Influence of Job Stress, Compassion Satisfaction and Resilience on Depression of Nurses

Jeong JR, Shin SY

PURPOSE: This study aimed to identify the influence of job stress, compassion satisfaction, and resilience on depression of nurses. METHODS: One hundred seventy six nurses working at one tertiary hospital in...
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Factors Influencing Depressive Symptoms in Public and Private Sector Employees

Lee HJ, Kim EY

PURPOSE: This study aimed to identify factors influencing depressive symptoms in public and private sector employees. METHODS: Survey data on 23,602 workers who had worked in the public or private sector...
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The Influence of Death Anxiety and Terminal Care Stress on Job Satisfaction of New Nurses

Park EJ, Seo M

PURPOSE: This study aimed to investigate the correlation between death anxiety, terminal care stress, and job satisfaction of new nurses, as well as to identify factors affecting job satisfaction using...
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A Study on Research Trend for Nurses' Workplace Bullying in Korea: Focusing on Semantic Network Analysis and Topic Modeling

Choi JS, Kim Y

PURPOSE: The aim of this study was to identify core keywords and topic groups of workplace bullying researches in the past 10 years for better understanding research trend. METHODS: The study...
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Health Problems and Coping of Workers under Special Employment Relationships: Home-visit Tutors, Insurance Salespersons, and Credit Card Recruiters

Park B, Jo Y, Oh S

PURPOSE: This study aimed to determine health problems experienced by workers in special employment relationships (WSER) and identify coping strategies used when such problems occur. METHODS: This qualitative study used the...
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The Effects of Operating Room Nurses' Perceptions of Organizational Health, Safety Climate, and the Nursing Working Environment on Engagement in Patient Safety Management Activities

Kim MR, Kwon MS

PURPOSE: This study aimed to examine the relationship between organizational health (OH), safety climate (SC), the nursing working environment (NWE), and engagement in patient safety management activities (PSMA) among operating...
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Association of Job Stress and Health Promotion Behaviors with Quality of Life among Female Riot Police Officers

Ryu GW, Choi M

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to investigate the association of job stress and health promotion behaviors with the quality of life in female riot police officers. METHODS: A cross-sectional...
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