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The effects of political efficacy and nursing professionalism on political participation in nursing students

Woo CH, Ha J

Purpose: This study aimed to assess the factors influencing the political participation of nursing students who, as they become future leaders in the nursing field, will need to increase their...
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Political Participation Based on the Learning Efficacy of Dental Hygiene Policy in Dental Hygiene Students

Park SK, Jeung DY

Background: To investigate political participation by dental hygiene students and analyze the differences therein based on the learning efficacy of dental hygiene policy. Methods: A total of 239 dental hygiene students...
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Enhancing professionalism of first-year medical students through early nursing practice training and attitude education

Ryoko R

Purpose: This study aimed to clarify the attitudes, behaviors, and learning experiences of first-year medical students participating in a nursing practice training aimed at enhancing their professionalism. Methods: A questionnaire survey...
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The influence of professional competency, professional commitment, and nursing organizational culture on the person-centered practice of nurses in long-term care hospitals: A cross-sectional study

Choi YS, Kim SH

Purpose: This study aimed to examine the influence of professional competency, professional commitment, and nursing organizational culture on the person-centered practice of nurses in long-term care hospitals. Methods: A total...
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The Influence of Knowledge on Standard Precautions, Nursing Professionalism, and Organizational Culture for Infection Control on Hospital Nurses’ Performance with Guidelines for Standard Precautions

Kim J, Park H

Purpose: This descriptive research study was conducted to examine hospital nurses’ knowledge of standard precautions, nursing professionalism, and organizational culture for infection control and their performance with guidelines for standard...
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Mediating effect of moral sensitivity on the relationship between nursing professionalism and ethical decision-making confidence in nursing students

Kang BH, Cho HY

Purpose: The purpose of this study is to confirm the relationship between nursing students’ nursing professionalism and ethical decision-making confidence, and to clarify the mediating effect of moral sensitivity which...
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Education of History of Medicine for 80 Years: History and Current Status in Republic of Korea

LEE ST, YEH BI

Medical history education enables the medical students to understand the humanistic aspects of medicine and also help to promote the professionalism of doctors. It makes them understand the disappearing or...
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Conceptual Analysis of Career Anchors of Nurses

Oh JW, Kim MR

Purpose: This study aimed to provide a theoretical basis for career anchors of nurses by defining and organizing its concept. Methods: Using the Walker and Avant concept analysis, a total...
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Factors Influencing Nursing Professionalism on the Nursing Performance in Intensive Care Unit Nurses

Jung S, Park H

Purpose: This study examined the degree of self-leadership, emotional intelligence, nursing professionalism, and nursing performance of intensive care unit (ICU) nurses, and aimed to identify factors influencing nursing performance. Methods: In...
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Effects of a multicultural education program based on international students’ participation on intercultural communication competence and nursing professionalism

Hong KJ, Han J

Purpose: This study aimed to develop a multicultural education program that includes contact with persons from multiple cultures and to report on the program’s effects on intercultural communication competence and...
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Factors Affecting Turnover Intention of Clinical Nurses in a Tertiary Hospital: Focusing on Fatigue, Nursing Professionalism, and Compassion Satisfaction

Song J, An M

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to examine the level of turnover intention and identify factors affecting turnover intention in nurses working at a tertiary hospital in Korea. Methods:...
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Relationship between Career Identity, Major Satisfaction, and Nursing Professionalism among Nursing Students who Experienced the COVID-19 Pandemic

Whang SA

Purpose: The purpose of this study is to identify the relationship between career identity, major satisfaction, and nursing professionalism among undergraduate students who experienced the COVID-19 pandemic in nursing. Methods: A...
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A Study on the Value, Current Status, and Education Direction of Medical Humanities Education in Korea

Kim SK, Kim J, Lee JH, Bae JH

The purpose of this study is to verify the pedagogical necessity of the medical humanities and to analyze the educational contents of medical humanities in medical schools of Korea. Medical...
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Associations between job stress, social support, and nursing professionalism among nurses in postgraduate courses

Kim Te, Ahn JA

Purpose: This study aimed to identify the associations between job stress, social support, and nursing professionalism among nurses taking postgraduate courses, and to explore the factors influencing their nursing professionalism....
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The Contest between Life-Oriented and Specialization : A Study on the Self-treatment Phenomenon in Ming and Qing Dynasties in China

DONG X

It is natural for people to think that the increasing popularity of seeking medical treatment and the continuous development of medicine are the important embodiment of the progress of human...
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Medical professionalism among emergency physicians in South Korea: a survey of perceptions and experiences of unprofessional behavior

Nah S, Han S, Park K, Kim C, Noh H, Eo E

Objective The purpose of this study was to analyze the current situation concerning professionalism among emergency physicians in South Korea by conducting a survey regarding their perceptions and experiences of...
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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 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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History  in  Lives:  A  Way  of  Cultivating  Medical  Professionalism  through  Medical  History  Education

Park S, Kim PM

How can the history of medicine be used to cultivate medical professionalism? This study presents education using the lives of historical figures as a method based on the teaching experience...
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Analysis  of  Role  Modeling  Experiences  and  Reflection  Level  of  Fourth‐Year Medical  Students  at  a  Single  Medical  College:  A  Focus  on  the  Clinical Clerkship

Lee ST, Park KH, Park YC, Yeh Bi

This study aimed to analyze the subjects, situations, and reflection levels related to role modeling experienced by medical students during their clinical clerkship and their own reflections. This study intends...
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