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Journal of Korean Academy of Fundamentals of Nursing 2010;17(4): 460
대학생의 심폐소생술에 대한 태도에 영향을 미치는 요인
홍지연1, 신미경2, 이혜련3
1영진전문대학 간호과
2나사렛 대학교 간호학과
3나사렛대학교 간호학과
Factors Associated with Attitude toward Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
Ji-Yeon Hong1, Mee-Kyung Shin2, Hye-Reyon Yi3
1Department of Nursing, Yeungjin College
2Department of Nursing, Korea Nazarene University
3Department of Nursing, Korea Nazarene University
Purpose: This study was done to identify the relationship of knowledge of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), general characteristics associated with CPR and attitude toward CPR by college students.
Method: The research design for this study was a descriptive survey design with a convenience sample. Data collection was done using self-report questionnaires with 424 college students. The collected data were analyzed using descriptive statistics, t-test, one-way ANOVA, Pearson's correlation coefficient and multiple linear regression.
Results: Most of the students had received CPR training (58.3%) and 17% of the students had given help on request in an emergency situation. But only 11.3% of them performed CPR. The mean scores for knowledge of CPR and attitude toward CPR by students were $5.79{pm}2.41$, $33.8{pm}6.53$, respectively. The 18.3% of explained variance for attitude toward CPR was significantly explained by gender, age, having received CPR training and knowledge of CPR.
Conclusion: Based on the findings of this study the development of CPR training programs which are tailored to personal characteristics of college students are necessary to improve attitudes toward CPR. Further nursing research is needed on the characteristics of college students associated with attitude toward cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
Key words: CPR | Attitude | Knowledge
주요어: 심폐소생술 | 태도 | 지식
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Analysis of Nursing Students' Knowledge, Attitude and Ability to Perform Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation  2009 January;16(4)