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보건정보통계학회지검색

Journal of Health Informatics and Statistics


  • - 주제 : 의약학분야 > 예방의학및보건학
  • - 성격 : 학술지
  • - 간기: 계간
  • - 국내 등재 : KCI 등재
  • - 해외 등재 : -
  • - ISSN : 2465-8014
  • - 간행물명 변경 사항 : 한국보건통계학회지(~2003) → 한국보건정보통계학회지(2004~)
논문제목
수록 범위 : 45권 2호 (2020)

주민참여 건강사업의 성과와 과제: 경상북도 건강마을 조성사업 참여 주민의 경험

홍남수 ( Nam-soo Hong ) , 김건엽 ( Keon-yeop Kim ) , 이경수 ( Kyeong-soo Lee ) , 김미한 ( Mi-han Kim ) , 김은휘 ( Eun-hwi Kim ) , 박민아 ( Min-ah Park ) , 이수진 ( Su-jin Lee ) , 김지민 ( Ji-min Kim )
4,500
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Objectives: This study aims to evaluate the effectiveness and challenges of a community-based residents-led participatory health project. Methods: This qualitative study was analyzes three Focus Group Interviews of 19 health coordinators among residents who participated in the resident-led health project. Results: Participants recognized that the community health awareness and strength of the residents were restored and strengthened by the project, the physical living environment was improved, and health conditions and behaviors were improved. Future tasks derived from the implementation of this project include expanding and strengthening community participation, and strengthening public health centers’ role and functions for resident-led community health program. Conclusions: Although the health promotion project led by residents in Gyeongsangbuk-do Province, South Korea was successful, there are many challenges to overcome in the future, such as strengthening community participation and improving the capacity of public health centers. Various approaches are needed to assess the health and social outcomes of community involvement in health.

심정지 시뮬레이션을 활용한 팀 기반 수업과 간호대학생의 학업역량과의 관계: 자기효능감 수준을 중심으로

장군자 ( Gun Ja Jang ) , 이은영 ( Eun Young Lee ) , 김혜숙 ( Hye Sook Kim )
4,500
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Objectives: The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship of a team based learning and learning competencies in junior nursing students according to the level of self-efficacy. Methods: This was a comparative study. Subjects were a total of 80 junior nursing students and divided into two groups (high self-efficacy vs. low self-efficacy). Students were assigned to teams of five or six individuals before the beginning of the course and remained in these teams for the end of course. The data were collected from August 5 to September 13, 2019 through online survey program. Team based learning was a 4-session simulation education related to cardiac arrest scenarios and consisted of one lecture session about cardiac arrest and three simulation practice sessions. Data of 50 subjects were analyzed by chi-square test and t-test to compare demographic characteristics and outcome variables using SPSS win 25.0 program. Results: There were significant differences in self-efficacy (t=3.16, p=0.003), team efficacy (t=3.13, p=0.003), and self-directed leaning (t=2.64, p=0.011) between the two groups. However, critical thinking was showed no significant difference (t=1.69, p=0.098). Conclusions: This results showed that a team based learning was more helpful for nursing students with low self-efficacy than for those with high self-efficacy. It is necessary to consider the level of self-efficacy of students to design the team based learning class.

팀 디브리핑 기반 응급시뮬레이션 교육의 효과

최화영 ( Hwa Yeong Choi ) , 송영숙 ( Yeoungsuk Song )
4,500
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Objectives: This study was conducted to identify the effects of team debriefing-based emergency simulation education for the self-efficacy of group work, team efficacy, and interpersonal understanding. Methods: 120 fourth-year students of the nursing department of C university in A city and a team of five to six nursing professors developed the curriculum as a module. Six scenarios and two theoretical lectures, on emergency simulations, were conducted over 14 weeks and the data collection period was from April 29 to June 14, 2019. Data analysis was conducted using the SPSS 21.0 statistical program. The data analysis was done with descriptive statistics, paired t-test. Results: The self-efficacy of the group differed significantly from 3.78 points before team-based emergency simulation education and 4.0 points (t=4.08, p=0.000) after education; similarly the team efficacy also varied significantly different from 3.85 points before education and 4.01 points (t=2.10, p=0.038) after education, but there was no significant differences in interpersonal understanding before and after the education. Conclusions: Team debriefing-based emergency simulation education has proven to be an effective method of teaching, enhancing the ability of nursing students in terms of justice by improving their self-efficacy and team efficacy.
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