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The Effects Of Fall Health Belief And Knowledge Of Fall On The Prevention Of Fall In The Elderly: Mediating And Moderating Effects Of Fall Fear, Insun Jang, Seungmi Park, Phoebe (Yeon) S. Kim Aug 2019

The Effects Of Fall Health Belief And Knowledge Of Fall On The Prevention Of Fall In The Elderly: Mediating And Moderating Effects Of Fall Fear, Insun Jang, Seungmi Park, Phoebe (Yeon) S. Kim

Nursing Faculty Publications

Purpose: This descriptive study investigated the mediating and moderating effects of fear of fall on the relationships between health belief on fall, fall-related knowledge and fall prevention behaviors among older adults Methods: We enrolled 229 older adults residing in a senior citizen hall and community welfare center, and investigated their health belief on fall, fall-related knowledge, fall prevention behavior, and fear of fall. Descriptive statistics, ANOVA and t-test were used to analyze differences in variables. Pearson correlation and multiple regression were used to investigate mediating and moderating effects of the fear of fall on the relationships between health belief on ...


Draft: Department Of Nursing Master Of Science In Nursing Eportfolio Policy, Cheryl Brandt Jan 2019

Draft: Department Of Nursing Master Of Science In Nursing Eportfolio Policy, Cheryl Brandt

Q2S Enhancing Pedagogy

The purpose of the Department of Nursing Master of Science in Nursing program portfolio requirement was unclear. To clarify the portfolio purpose and process, and to update from a paper to an electronic portfolio format, a detailed ePortfolio policy was drafted in the course of the Teaching Resource Center 2019 Summer ePortfolio Institute. Reflection prompts and a scoring rubric were to be finalized after approval of the policy. The policy was submitted to the Department of Nursing Graduate Affairs Committee for review and approval. Ironically, the discussion of the policy among Graduate Affairs Committee members culminated in a decision to ...


Effects Of Active Participation And Education Of Caregivers On Peripheral Intravenous Injections For Their Child, Eunmi Hwang, Phoebe (Yeon) S. Kim, Dongsuk Lee Jan 2019

Effects Of Active Participation And Education Of Caregivers On Peripheral Intravenous Injections For Their Child, Eunmi Hwang, Phoebe (Yeon) S. Kim, Dongsuk Lee

Nursing Faculty Publications

This study was to determine the effects of active participation and education of caregivers on the pain experienced by their hospitalized children, the anxiety of the caregivers, and the working efficiency of nurses when administering peripheral intravenous (IV) injections to their children. It was found IV injections were the most feared procedures experienced by inpatient pediatric patients. A quasi-experimental design used in which different types of treatment were given to subjects in three groups. All caregivers received brief verbal information about the peripheral IV injection procedure for their child. Those in the control group then stayed outside the treatment room ...


Nursing Students' Willingness To Care For Older Adults, Insun Jang, Younglee Kim, Phoebe (Yeon) S. Kim Jan 2019

Nursing Students' Willingness To Care For Older Adults, Insun Jang, Younglee Kim, Phoebe (Yeon) S. Kim

Nursing Faculty Publications

The older adult population has increased and is projected to grow. This population usually has chronic disorders that need continuous care. However, it has been reported nurses and nursing students have negative attitude towards older adults. This descriptive study aimed at investigating factors influencing nursing students’ willingness to care for older adults. This study was conducted among 270 nursing students at the university in the United States from February 1 to February 28, 2017. Study participants answered the survey about quality and frequency of contact with older adults, anxiety about aging, empathy, attitude, and willingness to care for older adults ...