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Journal of Korean Academy of Fundamentals of Nursing 2003;10(2): 223
호스피스교육 유무에 따른 호스피스 자원봉사자의 죽음의식, 호스피스인지도, 태도 및 간호요구도 비교
제주한라대학 간호과
A Comparative Study on Death Orientation and the Cognition & Nursing Needs of Hospice in Hospice Volunteers - a comparison between the trained and non trained volunteer -
Ki-Seon Kang
Department of Nursing, Cheju Health College
Purpose: The purpose of study was to identify the death orientation and cognition, attitude and nursing needs in hospice care according to training of volunteers.
Method: Data were collected using a structured questionnaire which included characteristics, death orientation and cognition, attitude and nursing needs in hospice care. Data collection was done between June 1st and 20th, 2003. The participants in the study were the 86 trained hospice volunteers and 76 non-trained hospice volunteers. The data were analyzed using the SPSS/PC+ program. Result: The results are as follows: There was a significant difference in the average for the death orientation scores between non-trained hospice volunteers and trained hospice volunteers. There was a significant difference for the cognition of hospice and attitude, with higher responses being given by the hospice trained group. For the domains of nursing needs in hospice care, the highest response was to emotional needs.
Conclusion: This study showed that training in hospice care was effective in changing the death orientation, cognition, attitude and nursing needs in hospice care.
Key words: Death orientation | Cognition and attitude of hospice | Nursing needs in the hospice
주요어: 죽음의 의식 | 호스피스인지도 | 태도 및 간호요구도
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