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간호사의 환자참여 간호서비스 수행정도와 필요성 인식

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 Nurses' Perception of the Performance and Necessity of Nursing Services for Patients Engagement 
 이태화  ;  장연수  ;  지윤정  ;  도현옥  ;  ⋅오경환  ;  ⋅김창경  ;  천자혜  ;  신혜경  ;  조미영  ;  배정임 
 Clinical Nursing Research (임상간호연구), Vol.25(2) : 120-132, 2019 
Journal Title
 Clinical Nursing Research (임상간호연구) 
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Patient Engagement ; Nursing Services ; Needs Assessment
Purpose: This study aimed to investigate the performance of patient engagement nursing services perceived by nurses and necessity in Korea. Methods: This study was a descriptive research. A total of 205 nurses participated in the study. The Smart Patient Engagement Assessment Checklist was developed by the investigators to assess patient engagement nursing services performance and necessity. The data were collected using online survey. Descriptive analysis and x2 analysis were performed using SPSS 25.0 program. Results: The mean age of participants was 36.6±8.5 years and the mean working experience was 12.92±9.23 years. Seventy eight percent of participants reported that patients and family participated in care as advisors through customer’s suggestion or patient satisfaction assessment. The rate of patients’ and family’s engagement in care as advisors was significantly higher in tertiary hospitals(x2=28.54, p<.001). About 89% of participants communicated with patients and family to make clinical decisions with a multidisciplinary approach. The rate of communication for multidisciplinary decision making was significantly higher in tertiary hospitals(x2=6.30, p=.012). With regards to nurses’ bedside patient handoff, 22.0% of participants reported that they were performing bedside patient handoff, and there was no significant difference between type of hospitals. About discharge planning, 72.2% of participants reported utilizing discharge checklist. Conclusion: Currently, patient engagement nursing services are applied partially in Korea. It seems that care protocols to be applied for patient engagement nursing services are insufficient. Therefore, patient engagement care protocols need to be developed to improve patient’s health outcome and safety.
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Lee, Tae Wha(이태화) ORCID logo https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2568-3074
Jang, Yeon Soo(장연수) ORCID logo https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1898-025X
Chun, Ja Hae(천자혜)
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