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Journal of Korean Academy of Fundamentals of Nursing 2008;15(2): 143
일부 일반병동 간호사의 기본 심폐소생술에 대한 지식, 태도 및 교육수혜 실태
김진영1, 전성숙2, 김동희3, 최송실4
1부산대학교 병원
2부산대학교 간호대학
3부산대학교 간호대학
4춘해대학
Knowledge and Attitude Toward BLS and Provided CPR Education among Nurses at General Wards in Pusan
Jin-Young Kim1, Seong-Sook Jun2, Dong-Hee Kim3, Song-Sil Choi4
1Pusan National University Hospital
2College of Nursing, Pusan National University
3College of Nursing, Pusan National University
4Choonhae College
Abstract
Purpose: A survey was done on knowledge and attitude toward CPR and provision of CPR education to nurses on general wards.
Method: A survey of 280 nurses on general wards in four university hospitals with 700 beds or more in the city of Pusan was done. The data were collected from September 10, to September 22, 2007.
Results: The mean score for knowledge of Basic Life Support was 12.71 (mean converted to 100: 63). About 76% of the nurses believed that they had a responsibility to perform CPR, but 53.3% of the nurses were not confident to perform CPR. About 94% of the nurses had received education on CPR but 32.3% of those took it 6 to 12 years ago. About 41% of the nurses spent 3-4 hours for the education and 73.2% of those took simulation education.
Conclusion: Although most of the nurses had received CPR education, they were not knowledgeable or confident. Therefore, better CPR education programs including up-dated knowledge are needed. More reinforced education should be offered every six months or on a yearly basis in order to enhance lasting efficiency.
Key words: Nurse | Cardio-pulmonary resuscitation | Knowledge | Attitude | Education
주요어: 간호사 | 심폐소생술 | 지식 | 태도 | 교육
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