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Relationship among Nursing Professionalism, Nursing Work Environment, and Patient Safety Nursing Activities in General Hospital Nurses

Lee MA, Kang S, Hyun HS

PURPOSE: This study was done to identify the relationships among nursing professionalism, nursing work environment, and patient safety activities, and to analyze the factors influencing nurses' patient safety nursing activities. METHODS:...
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Effects of Organizational Silence and Professionalism on Job Embeddedness among Nurses in Hospital Management

Kim JW, Kang KH

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to provide data to establish an efficient manpower management plan so that the organization can identify the influence of organizational silence and professionalism...
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Mediating Effect of Nursing Professionalism on the Relationship between Nurses' Character and Organizational Commitment of the Nurse

Jung SY, Lee HD

PURPOSE: This study was done to investigate the mediating effect of nursing professionalism on the relationship between nurse's character and organizational commitment of the nurse. METHODS: The participants in this study...
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Mediating Effects of Self-efficacy between Calling and Nursing Professionalism for Nurses in General Hospitals

Kim H, Han S

PURPOSE: This study was done to identify the mediating effect of self-efficacy on the relationships between calling and nursing professionalism for nurses in general hospitals. METHODS: Participants were 119 nurses in...
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Emergency medicine residents' and medical students' perspectives about emergency medicine professionalism

Kim JH, Park KH, Kang Y, Kwon OY, Han C

OBJECTIVE: This study investigated and compared the perspectives on emergency medicine (EM) professionalism competencies of medical students and EM residents. In addition, how they learned their EM professionalism was also...
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Factors Influencing Confidence in Performing Fundamental Nursing Skills of Nursing Students: Focused on Professionalism and Self-efficacy

Choi GH, Hong M, Kwon S

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to identify factors with nursing students's confidence in performing fundamental nursing skills. The focus was on professionalism and self-efficacy METHOD: For the sample 258...
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Balance between Professionalism and Commercialism

Chung MS

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Medical Professionalism in Neoliberalism

Kim DK

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Influence of Professionalism and Organizational Communication on Patient Safety Culture of Nurses in Hemodialysis Units

Jung SJ, Jeong JH

PURPOSE: The study was conducted to investigate correlation between professionalism, organizational communication the and patient safety culture of nurses in hemodialysis units and verify factors that affect patient safety culture. METHODS:...
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Influence of Nursing Professionalism and Campus Environment on the Perception of Ethical Sensitivity among Nursing Students

Kim YK, Joung MY

PURPOSE: This study was performed to identify the influence of nursing professionalism and campus environment on the perception of ethical sensitivity among nursing students. METHODS: A descriptive survey design was used...
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Influence of Cultural Competence on Nursing Professionalism of Nursing Students

Park M, Yoo H

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to investigate the influence of cultural competence on nursing professionalism among nursing students in South Korea. METHODS: A sample of 218 nursing students in...
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Influence of Nursing Students' Clinical Practice Learning Environment, Self-leadership, and Clinical Practice Belonging on Nursing Professionalism

Kim CH, Kim JY

PURPOSE: This exploratory study aims to identify various factors influencing the level of nursing professionalism among nursing students. METHODS: This study surveyed 246 senior nursing students in U city with a...
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Effects of Job Embeddedness, Nursing Work Environment, and Nursing Professionalism on Turnover Intention in Nurses Working at Rehabilitation Hospitals

Kim KM, Kim SY, Hwang H, Hwang HM, Kim H, Lim ES

PURPOSE: This study was conducted to identify the effects of job embeddedness, nursing work environment, and nursing professionalism on turnover intention in nurses working at rehabilitation hospitals. METHODS: This descriptive study...
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The Influence of Nursing Professionalism and Academic Self-Efficacy on Nursing Student's Happiness

Ko MS

PURPOSE: This study explored factors that influence happiness in nursing students. METHODS: The participants were 159 nursing students at a university in Seoul city. Data were collected using self-administered questionnaires. Data...
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Influence of Hospital Ethical Climate and Nursing Professionalism on Patient Safety Management Activity by Nurses

Mun MY, Kim MY

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to investigate the influence of hospital ethical climate and nursing professionalism on patient safety management activity by nurses. METHODS: A cross-sectional correlation study design...
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Influence of Nurses' Work Environment, Organizational Commitment, and Nursing Professionalism on Turnover Intention of Nurses in Long Term Care Hospitals

Joo HS, Jun WH

PURPOSE: The study was undertaken to investigate influence of nurses' work environment, organizational commitment, and nursing professionalism on turnover intention of nurses working in long term care hospitals. METHODS: The study...
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A Delphi study on professionalism of emergency medicine for residents and medical students

Lee JS, Park KH, Kang Y, Kwon OY, Han C

OBJECTIVE: The aim of this study was to develop professionalism competency for residents and medical students in the field of emergency medicine. METHODS: Twenty emergency medicine specialists working at a university...
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Medical Professionalism and Self-Reflection in Medical Education

Chun MY, Yoo SH, Cha KH

Recently, unprofessional behavior by physicians and misconduct by medical students have led to increased public concern over medical professionalism. Many studies have been conducted to explore strategies that reinforce professionalism...
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Doctor's images in the Korean medical drama viewed from the perspective of Medical Professionalism

Kang SH

BACKGROUND: TV dramas can affect the identity of a person or group that the public perceives by presenting virtualized characters and events. The image of a doctor in the medical...
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Effects of Job Embeddedness and Nursing Professionalism on Intent to Stay in Hospital Nurses

Choi SY, Lee MA

PURPOSE: This study was performed to investigate the effects of job embeddedness and nursing professionalism on intent to stay in hospital nurses. METHODS: The study was a cross-sectional survey. Participants were...
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