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Hee Chung Choi 3 Articles
Analysis of Current Status of the Community Health Nursing Practice Education
Yoo Hyang Cho, Eun Young Do, Kyung Sook Kang, Young Me Kim, Youn Kyoung Kim, Farrah Rou, Chong Mi Lee, In Hee Choi, Hee Chung Choi
J Korean Acad Community Health Nurs. 2017;28(3):347-356.   Published online September 30, 2017
DOI: https://doi.org/10.12799/jkachn.2017.28.3.347
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PURPOSE
The purpose of this study was to provide basic evidence to improve community health nursing practice education by analyzing the current status of actual operation, program outcomes and evaluation methods, and the level of achieving learning goals.
METHODS
Data were collected through an e-mail survey from 155 professors teaching community health nursing in April 2016. Out of 45 responses in total, 42 cases were used for analysis (response rate 29.0%).
RESULTS
Community health nursing practice was a 3-credit course in most of the schools (66.7%) and included a practice at public health centers without exception. The most common diagnosis classification system was OMAHA (81.0%). The core fundamental nursing skills evaluated during the practice were subcutaneous injection, vital signs, oral administration, and intradermal injection. Among the subjects of community health nursing practice, the area with the highest potential for achieving learning goals was primary health care provision (4.4/5) and the area with the lowest potential was disaster management (2.4/5).
CONCLUSION
The results of this study show that there would be active efforts to complement and improve several problems of the community health nursing practice among the community health nursing practice instructors for more effective and qualitative community health nursing practice.

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    Eun Sil Cho, Myoung Hee Seo, Soo Ok You, Ok Hee Ahn, Myeoung Hi Song
    Journal of Korean Academy of Community Health Nursing.2021; 32(4): 485.     CrossRef
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    Joo Sung Ahn
    Environmental Geochemistry and Health.2012; 34(S1): 43.     CrossRef
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Task Analysis of Managers in the Customized Visiting Health Services
Young Ran Han, Young Rye Park, Young Hee Kim, Hee Chung Choi, Mi Ja Chung
J Korean Acad Community Health Nurs. 2012;23(2):165-178.   Published online June 30, 2012
DOI: https://doi.org/10.12799/jkachn.2012.23.2.165
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PURPOSE
The aim of this study was to analyze the tasks of managers who were working in the Customized Visiting Health Services (CVHS) and to prioritize analyzed tasks according to performance frequency, perceived importance, and difficulty.
METHODS
Job analysis method by Hartley (1999) was used for task analysis and performance frequency, perceived importance, and difficulty were used for prioritize as criteria. A total of 85 managers in the CVHS of public health centers nationwide were recruited through e-mail and mail survey. Using SPSS/WIN 15.0, descriptive statistics, such as frequency distribution, means, median, and standard deviation, were conducted to examine each subject's general characteristics, the frequency, importance, and difficulty of the tasks as well as to prioritize the each task.
RESULTS
The job description of the managers revealed 12 duties, 35 tasks, and 104 task elements. Of the 85 managers, 84.8% were classified as nurses, 40.5% were home health care specialists, and 32.9% were social workers. Their coretasks were management of client cases, budget management, and management of work performance and quality assurance.
CONCLUSION
Considering the analyzed managers' tasks and core tasks, we need to examine each manager's role precisely and provide various educational programs for improving overall manager competence.

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    Hee-Gerl Kim, Soong-Nang Jang, Young Ran Chin, Jungyi Hur, Ryoun-Sook Lee
    Journal of Korean Academy of Community Health Nursing.2022; 33(2): 175.     CrossRef
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    Seol Hwa Moon, Gwi-Ryung Son Hong
    Journal of Korean Academy of Community Health Nursing.2017; 28(3): 302.     CrossRef
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    Keun-Yoo Lee, Young-Sik Cho, Soon-Ryun Lim
    Journal of dental hygiene science.2015; 15(3): 325.     CrossRef
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    Journal of Digital Convergence.2014; 12(12): 381.     CrossRef
A survey on the Needs of Residents' Health Education in a Community
Myeong Ja Moon, Myung Suk Lee, Yung Sook Jang, Hee Chung Choi, Hye Ja Kim, Hye Suk Kim, Mi Sun Park, Ja Yun Choi
J Korean Acad Community Health Nurs. 2004;15(1):44-55.   Published online March 31, 2004
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PURPOSE
S: Purposes of this study were to assess the needs of health education of residents and to determine the difference according to their general characteristics in a community.
METHOD
Subjects consisted of 599 residents who live in the vicinity of M Catholic University, S-dong, M city, Jeollanam-do. Data were collected by 6 research assistants, using a self-reported questionnaire from July 1, 2003 to July 31, 2003.
RESULTS
Subjects were mostly female (58.8%), 20-30 years old(45.2%), married (70.1%), high school graduates(42.1%), have an occupation(73.1%), have incomes less than 1,000,000 won(54.2%) and have a religion(59.8%), and the family type of the subjects was primarily nuclear(64.1%). The need for education about 'family health care management and medical examination' was the highest in 8 domains. The need for education about 'cancer' was the highest and 'family health care', 'stress and strategies', 'introduction of medical examination' and 'oral care' followed in 41 items. The differences in the needs of health education in all domains was found according to subjects' general characteristics.
CONCLUSION
Further research is needed to develop a health education program based on participants' needs and general characteristics.

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