임상간호사의 간호전문직관과 임상의사결정능력: 아동병동과 성인병동 간호사 비교
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- Kim, Hye Young
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- Professionalism; Clinical decision-making; Nurses
- Purpose: The purpose of this study was to compare the nursing professionalism and clinical decision-making among pediatric nurses and adult nurses. This study is a descriptive comparative survey that aimed to identify the level of improvement of clinical decision-making for practical nurses. Methods: The subjects of the study were 179 practical nurses, 89 nurses working at pediatric wards and 90 nurses working at adult wards. The collected data were analyzed by t-test, ANOVA, Pearson correlation Coefficient and Stepwise multiple regression. Results: There was no difference on the nursing professionalism and clinical decision-making among pediatric nurses and adult nurses. However, there was a significant correlation between nursing professionalism and clinical decision-making. Nursing professionalism was affected by clinical decision-making in both pediatric nurses (37.4%) and adult nurses (25.8%). Conclusion: Based on these findings, future studies related to development of programs that will improve the clinical decision-making of clinical nurses are recommended.
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