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Hyeon Kyeong Lee 11 Articles
Needs assessment of community health practitioners for community care competency of older adults
Na Bee Yoon, Hyeon Kyeong Lee, Haesun Lee, Sang Woo Park
Res Community Public Health Nurs. 2023;34(1):32-42.   Published online March 31, 2023
DOI: https://doi.org/10.12799/rcphn.2022.00360
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Purpose
To identify needs and priorities of community care competency for older adults among community health practitioners. Methods: Data were collected from a convenient sample of 326 community health practitioners using an online questionnaire, which included items on community care competencies and personal characteristics. Items were developed through literature review, consultation meeting, content validity verification, and preliminary investigation. The data were analyzed using the t-test, one-way ANOVA, and Scheffe’s test with SPSS 25.0. The analysis of needs and priorities was conducted by using the Borich needs assessment and the Locus for focus model. Results: Three competencies have been identified as high-priority needs; ‘Linkages with resources’, ‘Education to others’, ‘Leadership and management’. Conclusion: The findings of this study indicate the need to develop an educational program for community health practitioners to strengthen community care competencies. The programs will need to be provided, especially for young community health practitioners, to ensure that they are well equipped to care for community-dwelling older adults living in rural areas.
Social Determinants of Health of Multicultural Adolescents in South Korea: An Integrated Literature Review (2018~2020)
You Lim Kim, Hyeon Kyeong Lee, Hye Yeon Lee, Mi Kyung Lee, Soo Kyung Kim, Diema Konlan Kennedy
J Korean Acad Community Health Nurs. 2021;32(4):430-444.   Published online December 31, 2021
DOI: https://doi.org/10.12799/jkachn.2021.32.4.430
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Purpose
This study is an integrated literature review to analyze health problems and social determinants of multicultural adolescents in South Korea.
Methods
An integrative review was conducted according to Whittemore & Knafl’s guideline. An electronic search that included publications from 2018 to 2020 in the PubMed, EMBASE, Cochrane Library, CINAHL, RISS, and KISS databases was conducted. Of a total of 67 records that were identified, 13 finally met full inclusion criteria. Text network analysis was also conducted to identify keywords network trends using NetMiner program.
Results
The health problems of multicultural adolescents were classified into mental health (depression, anxiety, suicide and acculturative stress) and health risk behaviors (smoking, risky drinking, smartphone dependence and sexual behavior). As social determinants affecting the health of multicultural adolescents, the biological factors such as gender, age, and visible minority, and the psychological factors such as acculturative stress, self-esteem, family support, and ego-resiliency were identified. The sociocultural factors were identified as family economic status, residential area, parental education level, and parents' country of birth. As a result of text network analysis, a total of 41 words were identified.
Conclusion
Based on these results, mental health and health risk behaviors should be considered as interventions for health promotion of multicultural adolescents. Our findings suggest that further research should be conducted to broaden the scope of health determinants to account for the effects of the physical environment and health care system.

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  • A Study on the Factors Influencing Smoking in Multicultural Youths in Korea
    Jin-Hee Park, Mi-Jin Kim, Hee-Joo Lee
    Healthcare.2023; 11(10): 1437.     CrossRef
  • Social determinants of health of racial and ethnic minority adolescents: An integrative literature review
    Youlim Kim, Hyeonkyeong Lee, Hyeyeon Lee, Mikyung Lee, Sookyung Kim, Kennedy Diema Konlan
    Heliyon.2023; 9(10): e20738.     CrossRef
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    Jin-Hee Park, Mi-Jin Kim, Sung-Eun Kim
    International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.2022; 19(18): 11219.     CrossRef
The Effectiveness of a Cultural Competence Training Program for Public Health Nurses using Intervention Mapping
Yune Kyong Kim, Hyeon Kyeong Lee
J Korean Acad Community Health Nurs. 2016;27(4):410-422.   Published online December 31, 2016
DOI: https://doi.org/10.12799/jkachn.2016.27.4.410
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PURPOSE
This study evaluated the effects of a cultural competence training program for public health nurses (PHNs) using intervention mapping.
METHODS
An embedded mixed method design was used. Forty-one PHNs (experimental: 21, control: 20) and forty marriage migrant women (MMW) (20, in each group) who were provided nursing care by PHN participated in the study. The experimental group was provided with a four-week cultural competence program consisting of an eight hour offline and online course, e-mail newsletters and social networking services (BAND). Transcultural Self-efficacy (TSE) of the PHNs, client-nurse trust, and satisfaction with nursing care of MMW were measured. Ten PHNs in the experimental group were interviewed after the experimental study.
RESULTS
The experimental group showed a significantly greater improvement in TSE, client-nurse trust, and satisfaction with nursing care than did the control group. Six themes emerged from qualitative data: (a) Recognizing cultural differences, (b) Being interested in the multicultural policy, (c) Trying to communicate in MMW's own language, (d) Providing medical information using internet and smart phone, (e) Embracing culturally diverse people into society, and (f) Requiring ongoing cultural competence training.
CONCLUSION
Cultural competence training enabled PHNs to provide culturally competent care and contribute to MMW's health outcomes.

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Development and Evaluation of Cardiovascular Disease Prevention Education Materials for Middle-aged Korean-Chinese Female Workers: Applying Patient Education Materials Assessment Tool for Printable Materials (PEMAT-P)
Hyeon Kyeong Lee, Jung Hee Kim, Ri Yoo, Ja yin Lee
J Korean Acad Community Health Nurs. 2016;27(3):284-298.   Published online September 30, 2016
DOI: https://doi.org/10.12799/jkachn.2016.27.3.284
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PURPOSE
The purpose of this study was to develop and evaluate the quality (understandability and actionability) of health education materials for Korean-Chinese (KC) female migrant workers, using Patient Education Materials Assessment Tool for Printable Materials (PEMAT-P).
METHODS
Educational needs assessment was conducted with 3 focus groups with 20 KC women and a focus group with 4 community stakeholders. The quality of the educational materials was evaluated by 3 experts and a community stakeholder, followed by a survey with 15 KC women using 17 items for understandability and 7 items for actionability by means of a Korean version PEMAT-P.
RESULTS
The health educational calendar consists of 12 subjects out of 9 topics related to healthy lifestyles for preventing cardiovascular diseases. The overall mean understandability score was 98.8% and the overall mean actionability was 100%.
CONCLUSION
Involvement of KC women and community stakeholders in the development of educational materials was found to be an effective strategy for increasing understandability and actionability of educational materials for KC female migrant workers. This study also demonstrates the PEMAT-P is a useful evaluation tool, emphasizing the actionability of educational materials.

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    Yu Zhu Zhang, Seon Young Hwang
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    Yi Shan, Meng Ji, Zhaogang Dong, Zhaoquan Xing, Ding Wang, Xiangting Cao
    Journal of Medical Internet Research.2023; 25: e39808.     CrossRef
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    International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.2022; 19(23): 15763.     CrossRef
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    Kyoung Suk Lee, Yoo Mi Cho, Sung Hee Oh, Mi Sook Jung, Ju Young Yoon
    International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.2021; 18(3): 1047.     CrossRef
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    Youlim Kim, Hyeonkyeong Lee, Mi Kyung Lee, Hyeyeon Lee, Hyoeun Jang
    JMIR mHealth and uHealth.2020; 8(1): e15359.     CrossRef
The Relationships between Social Determinants of Health and Health-related Quality of Life among the Community-dwelling Elderly
Jung Hee Kim, Hyeon Kyeong Lee, Chung Yul Lee, Eun Hee Cho
J Korean Acad Community Health Nurs. 2014;25(4):237-247.   Published online December 31, 2014
DOI: https://doi.org/10.12799/jkachn.2014.25.4.237
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PURPOSE
The purpose of this study was to examine the social determinants of health (SDH) associated with health-related quality of life (HQOL) among the community-dwelling elderly, based on the conceptual framework of the Commission on Social Determinants of Health (CSDH).
METHODS
A survey was conducted with 199 elders aged 65 years or older sampled through convenient sampling. Data were collected through face to face interviews by trained interviewers using a structured questionnaire, which included scales of the residential area, social support, sense of community, social network, health behaviors, and HQOL. Data were analyzed by ANOVA and stepwise multivariate regression.
RESULTS
Major SDH affecting HQOL included the participants' residential area, sense of community, and health behavior. The HQOL of the elderly residing in the B area with a low rate of basic livelihood security recipients was higher than that of those residing in other areas.
CONCLUSION
CSDH framework was useful to determine the factors associated with HQOL among the community-dwelling elderly. In addition to their health behavior, their sense of community was found to be a SDH of HQOL, indicating the need of health promotion programs tailored to the characteristics of residential areas and strategies to enhance involvement in community activities.

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    Journal of Korean Gerontological Nursing.2023; 25(2): 163.     CrossRef
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Acculturation, Social Network, and Health-related Quality of Life in Korean-Chinese Immigrants
Meen Hye Lee, Hyeon Kyeong Lee, Sue Kim, Yeon Soo Jang
J Korean Acad Community Health Nurs. 2013;24(4):438-450.   Published online December 31, 2013
DOI: https://doi.org/10.12799/jkachn.2013.24.4.438
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PURPOSE
The purpose of this study is to identify relationships between acculturation, social network, and health-related quality of life (HRQOL) among Korean-Chinese immigrants.
METHODS
A cross-sectional descriptive study was conducted with 147 Korean-Chinese immigrants who were residing more than 1 year in Korea. Physical and mental dimensions of HRQOL were assessed by Short Form-12 Health Survey that consisted of a physical component summary (PCS) and a mental component summary (MCS). Data were analyzed with Pearson's correlation and multiple regression.
RESULTS
The mean PCS score was 41.14+/-10.72 and the mean MCS score was 49.09+/-11.31 (possible range 10-70). Depression (beta=-6.43) and Social network frequency (beta=2.44) explained 28.4% of the variance in PCS while depression (beta=-11.54) and visiting clinic/hospital (beta=-4.00) explained 34.3% of the variance in MCS. Acculturation was not significantly associated with HRQOL.
CONCLUSION
This study confirmed that the social network frequency influences HRQOL among Korean-Chinese Immigrants. The findings suggest that social network analysis should be considered in the process of developing health intervention strategies for Korean-Chinese immigrants.

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Factors Influencing Medication Adherence in Patients with Hypertension: Based on the 2008 Korean National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey
Eun Hee Cho, Chung Yul Lee, In Sook Kim, Tae Wha Lee, Gwang Suk Kim, Hyeon Kyeong Lee, Ji Sook Ko, Kyong Eun Lee
J Korean Acad Community Health Nurs. 2013;24(4):419-426.   Published online December 31, 2013
DOI: https://doi.org/10.12799/jkachn.2013.24.4.419
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PURPOSE
The purpose of this study is to examine factors influencing medication adherence in patients with hypertension.
METHODS
This study carried out a secondary analysis of data from the 2008 Korean National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (KNHANES). Stratified sampling was used to select a participant sample that was representative of patients with hypertension throughout the country. Using the SPSS/WIN 18.0 program, data were analyzed using descriptive statistics, chi2 test, t-test, and logistic regression.
RESULTS
Of the patients with hypertension, 8.8% had showed non-adherence to medication. Medication adherence was associated with age, spouse, Medicare insurance, number of other diseases, and current smoking status. The cases with older age, a spouse, Medicare insurance, higher number of other diseases, and no current smoking status showed significantly high medication adherence.
CONCLUSION
Nursing interventions and further studies are needed to achieve high levels of medication adherence based on factors influencing medication adherence such as age, spouse, Medicare insurance, number of other disease, and current smoking status.

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Experiences of Middle-aged Korean-Chinese Female Migrant Workers in Korea: With Focus on Risk Factors in Work-related Musculoskeletal Diseases
Hyeon Kyeong Lee, Duck Hee Chae, Kyong Eun Lee, Meen Hye Lee
J Korean Acad Community Health Nurs. 2013;24(2):185-194.   Published online June 30, 2013
DOI: https://doi.org/10.12799/jkachn.2013.24.2.185
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PURPOSE
This study was to explore situations that might put the middle-aged Korean-Chinese female migrant workers at risk for work-related musculoskeletal diseases (WMSDs). At the development phase of a continuing health project, the study aimed to clarify health promotion program needs of the migrant population.
METHODS
A qualitative description research design was used with three focus groups of 23 Korean-Chinese female migrant workers. Each focus group interview was conducted for 70-minutes using semi-structured interview guidelines. The data were analyzed using directed qualitative content analysis techniques.
RESULTS
The majority of the participants were household workers and their work included heavy material handling, standing for a long time, and working in awkward postures. They experienced discrimination from employers, lack of control at work, limitations in open-communication, job insecurity, and acculturation. They had needs to have health promotion programs for preventing and managing chronic diseases, depression and menopause as well as WMSDs.
CONCLUSION
The participants were situated in work environments with physical demanding tasks, acculturative and job-related stress and lack of opportunities to participate in health promotion programs. It is suggested to develop a comprehensive program to better meet the needs of middle-aged Korean-Chinese female migrant workers rather than targeting the reduction of WMSDs.

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Correlates of Physical Activity among Korean Navy Personnel: An Ecological Approach
Mi Young Roh, Hyeon Kyeong Lee, Chung Yul Lee, Gwang Suk Kim
J Korean Acad Community Health Nurs. 2012;23(3):296-306.   Published online September 30, 2012
DOI: https://doi.org/10.0000/jkachn.2012.23.3.296
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PURPOSE
This study was conducted to measure the relationships between ecological factors and Navy personnel's physical activity (PA) based on McLeroy's Ecological model.
METHODS
A cross-sectional survey was conducted with a convenience sample of 184 Navy personnel working in 10 Navyships. A self-reporting questionnaire consisted of measures of intrapersonal, interpersonal, organizational and community factors related to Navy personnel's PA. Data were analyzed by descriptive statistics, chi2-test, t-test, analysis of variance, and hierarchical multiple regression using SPSS/WIN 17.0 programs.
RESULTS
Their mean PA level was 2,848.1+/-3,344.5 MET-min/week, and mostly moderate level (50.5%). Hierarchical multiple regression analysis showed that religion, working department, working type, perceived health status and community environment were significant PA correlates.
CONCLUSION
Community environmental factors as well as intrapersonal factors were significantly associated with Navy personnel's PA, indicating that community health nurses should expand an approach for individual-level behavioral change to incorporate Navy personnel specific community environmental barriers into PA interventions.
A Study on the Cultural Competence of Community Health Practitioners
Eun Jee Lee, Yune Kyong Kim, Hyeon Kyeong Lee
J Korean Acad Community Health Nurs. 2012;23(2):179-188.   Published online June 30, 2012
DOI: https://doi.org/10.12799/jkachn.2012.23.2.179
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PURPOSE
This study aimed to describe the cultural competence among community health practitioners (CHPs).
METHODS
A cross-sectional descriptive study design was used with a convenience sample of 257 CHPs. Data collection was conducted with a structured questionnaire, including Cultural Competence Assessment. Data were analyzed by t-test and ANOVA with the SPSS/WIN 17.0 program.
RESULTS
Most participants reported a moderate level of cultural competence (M=3.0, SD=0.41). Scores for culturally competent behaviors were high (M=3.4, SD=0.48) and cultural knowledge scores were low (M=2.6, SD=0.54). Those CHPs who were living with their family, were working in rural area, and had more opportunities to contact with multicultural patients and experience abroad showed significantly higher cultural competence.
CONCLUSION
The findings support the need for future education and training to enhance CHPs' cultural competence.

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Development of a Community-based Participatory Global Health Project Model for Primary Health Care Capacity Development: A Case Study from a Rural Community in Ecuador
Hye Jeong Shin, Eui Sook Kim, Byungwook Yoo, Hyeon Kyeong Lee
J Korean Acad Community Health Nurs. 2010;21(1):31-42.   Published online March 31, 2010
DOI: https://doi.org/10.12799/jkachn.2010.21.1.31
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PURPOSE
The aims of this study were to identify successful strategies and propose a community-based participatory global health project model for primary health care capacity development.
METHODS
The study used case study methodology. A unit of analysis was an international cooperation health project entitled "Community-based Primary Health Care Improvement in San Lorenzo, Ecuador" using community-based participatory research conducted in 2007~2008. Data were collected through windshield surveys, focus group discussion, and provider surveys.
RESULTS
Identified successful strategies for the international cooperation health project were reciprocal partnerships between researchers and community, partners' capacity building, south-to-south cooperation, and continuous monitoring and feedback. Community participation was found to be an essential tenet to guarantee the improvement of primary health care in the underserved rural community. Evidence from the activities of community health practitioners in Korea was applicable to the development of training programs for primary health care providers in Ecuador.
CONCLUSION
Strategies for primary health care capacity development may be tailored depending on socio-cultural, political, and economical situations of each country. The model, however, would be applicable to the entire process of community-based global health projects in underserved rural communities of other countries.

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