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A Survey of School Health Nurses competency and Professional Attitude

Other Title
보건교사의 학교보건 실무능력 인지도와 전문직 태도에 대한 조사연구
Authors
유, 문숙; 유, 일영; 이, 규영
Citation
Chiyŏk Sahoe Kanho Hakhoe chi, 13(4):808-816, 2002
Journal Title
Chiyŏk Sahoe Kanho Hakhoe chi; Journal of Korean community nursing; Journal of Korean Academy of Community Health Nursing; 지역사회간호학회지
ISSN
1225-95942288-4203
Abstract
Purpose: The study was aimed to assess the competency and professional attitude of school health nurses who are occupied with adolescent health, and to provide basic information for the development of continuing education programs for them to improve their competencies.



Method: The self-reported questionnaire based on WHO assessment tool were used to assess the competencies of the school health nurses providing health care for adolescents. the subjects were 584 school health nurses and the data were collected from January 28 to March 5. 2002



Result: The school health nurses in middles schools showed significantly higher scores than the school health nurses in primary schools on the level of competency. The nurses were scored the highest in area of dealing with sexual issues for the students followed by providing them direct card and application of primary care concept to the field of school health nursing. The areas showing the lowest scores were counseling and utilization of the system. There was a significant positive correlation between competency and professional attitude of the school health nurses



Conclusion:Based on the results of this study it is necessary to develop various continuing educational programs for school health nurses using different teaching methods such as web-based program.
Keywords
보건교사실무능력전문직 태도School health nursesCompetencyProfessional attitude
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