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임상실습을 경험한 간호대학생의 감염관리 활동의 관찰과 수행을 통한 감염관리에 대한 인식 및 심리적 갈등
Perception and Inner Struggle Experienced by Nursing Students in Relation with Infection Management through Observation and Performance of Infection Control Activities

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Authors
김미영; 김명준; 김종원; 맹지선; 박수민; 손지아
Issue Date
2017-04
Publisher
서울대학교 간호과학연구소
Citation
Perspectives in Nursing Science, Vol.14 No.1, pp. 1-9
Keywords
ConflictInfectionPracticeNursing student갈등감염실습간호학생
Abstract
Purpose: To study the internal psychological conflicts among nursing students during an infection control protocol carried out in the hospital by measuring their observation skills and performance during clinical training. Methods: Investigation of both pre- and post- infection control was conducted using questionnaires for clinical infection practices. We identified and evaluated the students’ observation skills, clinical performance, clinical perception,and internal conflict regarding clinical infection control. We also interviewed the students as part of our study.
Results: Among parameters such as clinical performance, observation skills, clinical perception, and internal conflict, the average observation skills (t=5.49, p<.001) were significantly lower, while internal conflict among students (t=-7.23, p<.001) was significantly higher than expected prior to clinical training. Generally, there was a negative correlation between observation skills and internal conflict in every aspect of infection control practice (r=-.281, p=.031). Internal conflict was significantly higher than expected in the context of hand hygiene (t=-2.135, p=.037), personal hygiene (t=-3.48, p=.002), and ventilator management (t=-3.69, p<.001). Clinical performance of students in the context of hand hygiene (t=4.69, p<.001), personal hygiene (t=2.06, p=.044), and ventilator management (t=2.68, p<.001) was significantly lower than expected prior to clinical training. Conclusion: Our findings showed that internal psychological conflict is higher when infection control practices are observed or performed to a lesser degree. Therefore, reinforcing education regarding infection control among students, such as developing a systematic program, or consecutive training and monitoring, is suggested.
ISSN
2288-2898
Language
Korean
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/117600
DOI
https://doi.org/10.16952/pns.2017.14.1.1
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