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Journal of Korean Academy of Fundamentals of Nursing 2006;13(2): 294
임상 간호사의 금연중재에 대한 태도와 금연정책 참여의 중요성에 대한 인식
신성례1, 김애리2
1삼육대학교 간호학과
2국립대학교 간호대학
Attitudes to Smoking Cessation Interventions and Importance of Participation in Tobacco Control Policy Among Clinical Nurses
Sung-Rae Shin1, Aee-Lee Kim2
1Department of Nursing, Sahmyook University
2National Medical Center College of Nursing
Purpose: To describe nurses' attitude to smoking cessation interventions and importance of participation in tobacco control policy.
Method: The participants were 841 nurses practicing in hospitals of 400 beds or more and 103 members of a professional nurse's academic society. The hospitals were systematically selected to cover the whole country. The questionnaire was adopted from the 'Oncology Nurses' Tobacco Control Survey' and used after translation,
Results: Nurses who were older, married, had higher positions, more education, more experience, and who worked in an OPD setting had higher mean score for attitude to the involvement of nurses in smoking cessation interventions. More than 80% of nurses agreed on the importance of nurses' participation and involvement in tobacco control policy. However, only 65.4% of nurses stated that supporting laws to increase cigarette price was important.
Conclusion: Clinical nurses' attitudes to smoking cessation interventions were positive and participants supported the importance of participation in tobacco control policies.
Key words: Smoking cessation | Attitudes | Policy | Nurse
주요어: 금연교육 | 태도 | 정책 | 간호사
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