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Eun Ho Ha 2 Articles
A Q-methodology Study on Subjective Attitudes toward Dementia in Nursing Students
Eun Ho Ha
J Korean Acad Community Health Nurs. 2020;31(1):107-118.   Published online March 31, 2020
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Nursing students are key personnel to take care of people with dementia in the nursing field in future. The purpose of this study was to identify subjective attitudes toward dementia in nursing students.
Q methodology, which is a research method to study people's subjective points of views, was used. Thirty seven Q-statements (Q-sample) were derived from the Q population (Concourse) and were arranged in rank order by each of 42 participants into a normal distribution grid (from −4 to +4). A QUANL program was used to analyze the collected data.
Three types of attitudes toward dementia were identified: ‘self-guided dementia management’, ‘national-guided dementia management’ and ‘facility-guided dementia management.’ Conclusion The results of this study suggest that nursing strategies to improve understanding of dementia and actively cope with dementia should be considered.
Subjective View of and Attitude toward Multiculturalism in First-year Undergraduate Nursing Students after Completing a Multicultural Subject
Eun Ho Ha, Jin Young Cho
J Korean Acad Community Health Nurs. 2015;26(3):248-259.   Published online September 30, 2015
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Individuals' view of multiculturalism can be varied. The purpose of this study was to survey subjective view of and attitude toward multiculturalism in first-year undergraduate nursing students who had completed a multicultural subject.
The Q methodology, which integrates quantitative andqualitative methods, was used. Forty one Q-statements selected from each of the 40 participants were classified into theshape of normal distribution using a nine-point scale. The collected data were analyzed using the QUANL program.
Two types of view of multiculturalism were identified: 'domestic type-constructive view' and 'global type-advanced view.' CONCLUSION: The findings show how nursing students think about multiculturalism and provide a basis for further research and education.


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