GyeongAe Seomun

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AIM To develop and psychometrically validate the Compassion Competence Scale. BACKGROUND Compassion is a vital asset in the nursing profession; thus, it is necessary to develop a suitable instrument for assessment. METHODS The 49-item preliminary instrument was developed using concept analysis (hybrid model). Content and face validity were confirmed by(More)
The purpose of study was to identify the attributes of the concept of compassion competence for nurses. A hybrid model was used to develop the concept, which included fieldwork performed. The concept of compassion competence was found to possess 3 dimensions: (a) acquisition of a wealth of knowledge; (b) development of skills of emotional communication,(More)
The targets of the study are 152 nurses working at K University Hospital in Seoul, Korea. Data were collected from January 2–20, 2014. The research uses two customized measurement tools: a medical information security measurement tool developed by Lee (2005), and Ryu’s Korean version of an organizational ethics measurement tool from the Ethical Climate(More)
PURPOSE This study was conducted to develop key performance indicators (KPIs) for home care nursing (HCN) based on a balanced scorecard, and to construct a performance prediction model of strategic objectives using the Bayesian Belief Network (BBN). METHODS This methodological study included four steps: establishment of KPIs, performance prediction(More)
This qualitative study used the grounded theory approach to analyze digital textbook-related health experiences of school-age children. In-depth interviews were held with 40 elementary school students who had used digital textbooks for at least a year. Data analysis revealed a total of 56 concepts, 20 subcategories, and 11 categories related to digital(More)
PURPOSE This study aimed to develop a job description for healthcare managers of metabolic syndrome management programs using task analysis. METHODS Exploratory research was performed by using the Developing a Curriculum method, the Intervention Wheel model, and focus group discussions. Subsequently, we conducted a survey of 215 healthcare workers from 25(More)
To better understand environmental electromagnetic wave exposure during the use of digital textbooks by elementary school students, we measured numeric values of the electromagnetic fields produced by tablet personal computers (TPCs). Specifically, we examined the distribution of the electromagnetic waves for various students' seating positions in an(More)
BACKGROUND There are advantages to using digital textbooks, but also health concerns yet to be evaluated. OBJECTIVE This study examines the use of digital textbooks' effects on carpal tunnel, considered one of the potential health risks in students using digital textbooks. METHODS Data were obtained from 43 elementary school students in the sixth grade,(More)
This systematic review and meta-analysis investigated whether using web-based nursing educational programs increases a participant's knowledge and clinical performance. We performed a meta-analysis of studies published between January 2000 and July 2016 and identified through RISS, CINAHL, ProQuest Central, Embase, the Cochrane Library, and PubMed. Eleven(More)
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