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Hyun Li Kim 14 Articles
The Association between Bullying Experience related to Clinical Placement and Psychological Well-being in Nursing Students
Liping Ren, Hyun Li Kim, Mi Sook Jung
J Korean Acad Community Health Nurs. 2015;26(4):321-329.   Published online December 31, 2015
DOI: https://doi.org/10.12799/jkachn.2015.26.4.321
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PURPOSE
This study aimed to explore the prevalence of bullying and to examine the effect of bullying on psychological well-being including depression, self-esteem, and academic major satisfaction among nursing students during clinical training.
METHODS
Three hundreds one nursing students who were recruited from three universities in D City were assessed with self-report questionnaires of bullying experience and psychological well-being. Data analyses were performed using the SPSS 21.0 program, which included one-way ANOVA, independent t-test, Pearson's correlation, and multiple linear regression analyses.
RESULTS
More than three quarters of the participants experienced bullying during their clinical training, and their experience of being bullied was a significant predictor of psychological well-being even after controlling for perceived academic performance, relationship between nurses and students, teachers' or nurses' help to deal with bullying, and religion.
CONCLUSION
Bullying was an issue among nursing students during clinical placement. Bullying experience yielded negative psychological outcomes associated with high depression, low self-esteem, and low academic major satisfaction. Practical guidelines are required in nursing education to protect students from the possible harm of bullying in clinical settings during training.

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    Farouq Bin Mohamed Mohamed, Ling Jie Cheng, Xiang Er Cherrie Chia, Hannele Turunen, Hong-Gu He
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    Jing Zhou, Yuqiang Wang, Qinglin Zeng, Yanli Zeng, Qin Liu, Shiliang Tan, Haiju Gang
    Nurse Education Today.2024; 133: 106090.     CrossRef
  • Bullying and Grades: Insights from Junior High Students in a Catholic Institution
    Julsar T. Calonia, Ana Lee P. Garcia, Wennie M. Hino-Ay Jr., Mary Trace Aloquin-Lagno, Shairah Mae C. Canceller, Niňo Rey A. Marquez
    International Journal of Innovative Science and Research Technology (IJISRT).2024; : 1100.     CrossRef
  • Bullying behaviors and intention to drop-out among nursing students: the mediation roles of sense of belonging and major satisfaction
    Hamid Sharif-Nia, João Marôco, Pardis Rahmatpour, Kelly A. Allen, Omolhoda Kaveh, Esmaeil Hoseinzadeh
    BMC Nursing.2023;[Epub]     CrossRef
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    Shaoping Qiu, Jie Fan, Naizhu Huang
    Journal of Psychology in Africa.2022; 32(5): 514.     CrossRef
  • The impact of bullying on the mental health and academic achievement of nursing students
    Enas M. Abdelaziz, Hana M. Abu‐Snieneh
    Perspectives in Psychiatric Care.2022; 58(2): 623.     CrossRef
  • Wellness among nursing students: A qualitative study
    Chonticha Amattayakong, Areewan Klunklin, Wipada Kunawiktikul, Kannika Kuntaruksa, Sue Turale
    Nurse Education in Practice.2020; 48: 102867.     CrossRef
  • Relationship between depression, anxiety, cognitive distortions, and psychological well‐being among nursing students
    Arzu Yüksel, Emel Bahadir‐Yilmaz
    Perspectives in Psychiatric Care.2019; 55(4): 690.     CrossRef
  • Effects of Bullying Experience on Psychological Well-Being Mediated by Conflict Management Styles and Psychological Empowerment among Nursing Students in Clinical Placement: A Structural Equation Modeling Approach
    Liping Ren, Hyunli Kim
    Journal of Korean Academy of Nursing.2017; 47(5): 700.     CrossRef
The Effect of Health Care Program for Newly Married Couple in a Community Health Care Center
Jae Ran Lim, Hyun Li Kim
J Korean Acad Community Health Nurs. 2008;19(2):188-195.   Published online June 30, 2008
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PURPOSE
The research purpose was analysis of the effect of a health education program for newly-married executed from 2003 to 2005 as a part of health care service from community health center and providing the fundamental source for health education needed during newly-married.
METHOD
The data collection with structured questionnaires was conducted during October to December in 2006. From the health center 106 brides who participate the program and 130 brides who didn't participate. Health care program for newly married couple were composed health examinations and health educations. Health examinations were CBC, LFT and Ag & Ab prevallence rates of hepatitis B, rubella. Health educations were done two times, the first individual health education was done at enrolled in health center for establishment of desirable couple relationship, family planning, contraception method and management of pre-pregnancy. The second individual health education was done for explanation of blood examination results, prevention of the congenital deformity and the vertical transmission of hepatitis B, management for pregnancy, breast feeding method, introduction to safety delivery method and encouraging self-study using by materials made by health center after two weeks at revisiting health center. SPSS/PC(ver. 12.0) and chi2-test, t-test was used to analyze the collected and tabulated data. Socio-demographic characteristics and regional characteristics of residence area of two groups shows no significant difference.
RESULT
As a variables of experimental effect, The natural childbirth rates of participants group was significantly higher than Non-participants group(p=.012). Breast feeding rates for participants group was also statistically significant higher than Non-participants group. Contraception rates showed no significant difference. The rubella vaccination rates (p=.001) and The hepatitis B vaccination rates (p=.012) shows statistical differences.
CONCLUSION
Therefore health care program for newly married couple in a community health care center was effective generally. We supposed that explore participation ways for non-participants, expand the program to community health care center in whole country.
Factors Related to Self-care Behavior and the Control of Hypertension inthe Low-income Elderly
Young Soon Choi, Hyun Li Kim
J Korean Acad Community Health Nurs. 2006;17(4):441-450.   Published online December 31, 2006
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Study of Health Services Need of the Elderly According to Residence Characteristics
Hyun Li Kim, Hee Young So
J Korean Acad Community Health Nurs. 2005;16(1):23-31.   Published online March 31, 2005
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The Effects of Group Art therapy on Old Adults' Powerlessness, Loneliness, Depression and Self-image
Young Soon Choi, Hyun Li Kim
J Korean Acad Community Health Nurs. 2004;15(2):255-265.   Published online June 30, 2004
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A Study on the Fatigue and Health Promoting Behavior of Public Health Nurses and Hospital Nurses
Sun Ok Kim, Hee Young So, Hyun Li Kim
J Korean Acad Community Health Nurs. 2003;14(4):699-706.   Published online December 31, 2003
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The objective of this study is to find out the difference in perceptional fatigue and health promoting behavior between hospital nurses and public health nurses. The subjects of this study were 141 hospital nurses and 73 public health nurses in Daejeon. Data were collected using a self-reporting questionnaire during the period from the 5th to 16th of March 2003. Collected data were analyzed using SPSS program. Real number, percentage, mean and standard deviation were calculated, and chi2-test and t-test, ANOVA, Pearson's correlation coefficient, stepwise multiple regression procedures were carried out. The findings of this study as follows: 1. The mean score of health promoting behavior was 2.71. 2. There were statistically significant differences in health promoting behavior according to age, marital status, family status, residency, educational level, income, the length of work experience and the field of work.(p<0.05) 3. There were statistically significant differences in fatigue according to age, marital status, family status, educational level, income, the length of work experience, perceived health status and the field of work.(p<0.05) 4. The fatigue was found to be in significant negative correlations with health promoting (r=-0.358, p<0.000) and self efficacy (r=-0.314, p<0.000). On the contrary, a significant positive correlation was found between fatigue and perceived barriers (r=0.210, p<0.01). 5. There were five predictors affecting health promoting behavior, which were self-efficacy, income, perceived benefit, fatigue and family support. The most influential factor was self-efficacy that made 31% of prediction, followed by income (6%), perceived benefit (5.2%), fatigue (2.2%) and family support (1.7%) in their order. As a whole, these factors made 46.1% of prediction of health promotion behavior.
Attitude toward Health behaviors in Student Nurses
Moon Hee Jung, Yoo Hyang Cho, Myung Soon Kim, Hyun Li Kim
J Korean Acad Community Health Nurs. 2002;13(4):826-835.   Published online December 31, 2002
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Health perception is a very important issue for student nurses to be future health professionals. The concept of health has changed with the emphasis of 'health promotion' and thus nurses now have a demanded role as a health promoter. According to health promotion theories health-promoting behavior are affected by cognitive variables and human behaviors are related to thoughts and perception. This study was conducted to recognize the relationships of attitude toward health behaviors to other health related variables The data was collected using a self-administered survey. The instrument used in this study was attitude of health behavior scales that were developed by Okayama medical school. The subjects were 512 student nurses recruited from 1 college and 3 universities. the data was analyzed using SPSS pc program with mean correlation and multiple regression technique. The results were as follows: 1. The mean score of attitude of health behaviors of the student nurses was 8.11 showing a relatively high level. A high score of health belief was reported in 'self-responsible type' with the score of 4.80 and a high score of 'think for health of disease' was reported in passive type with the score of 3.12 2. Specifically there were significant positive correlations between the level of attitude of health behaviors' and other health related variables such as health perception think for health of disease and age 3. Stepwise multiple regression analysis revealed that active thought leisure self-responsible perception and depression accounted for 13% of variance of attitude toward health behaviors In conclusion although student nurses certainly perceived the performance of health behavior they need to learn in more systematical way in order to be a better health promoter one of the role of nurses. The results of the study suggest that further studies need to be done on attitude toward health behaviors and performance of health behavior by student nurses.
A Descriptive Study of The Way of Life and Health Status of Nursing Students
Myung Soon Kim, Yoo Hyang Cho, Moon Hee Jung, Hyun Li Kim
J Korean Acad Community Health Nurs. 2000;11(2):358-372.   Published online December 31, 2000
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The purpose of this study was to describe the way of life (such as smoking habits, alcohol consumption, exercise, duration of sleep, eating habits etc.), physical. psychological and overall health complaints and to identify the relationship between the way of life and health complaints of the nursing students. Data was collected with the self-administered OMI( Okayama Medical Index Health Questionnaire, devised Cornell Medical Index) from 766 nursing students and was analyzed. For data analysis, descriptive statistics and an ANOVA with an SPSS/PC+ program were used. The results were as follows: 1. The mean age of subjects was 21.0557(2.7618) years old in their 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th year-classes of nursing departments and college students in 4 regions of Korea. 62.1% of subjects were of the proper body weight, 2.0% were overweight, and 28.3% were underweight. Most subjects did not have a past history of disease, but 1.8% of subjects had experienced a blood transfusion. 2. 28.3% of the subjects had averaged 7 hours of sleep, 98.5% were nonsmokers, 91.2% were nondrinkers, 74.7% of subjects had milk intake sometimes, 53.7% of the subjects had an average salt intake, 49.6% of the subjects usually had a green vegetable intake, 45.4% of the subjects sometimes had fatty food intake, 64.8% of the subjects had good taste, 29.5% of the subjects enjoyed physical exercise. 3. The highest percentages of "yes" among physical. psychological and overall health complaints were observed in the question 'Do you have gastric pain?'(60.2%), "Are you confused of disorderly?" (37.2%), "Physical body was burdensome and fatigued."(57.3%). 4. The total O.M.I. score ranged from 1 to 89 with an average of 22.91(SD=12.10). A statistically significant difference was observed for the physical. psychological complaints for alcohol consumption. and for the psychological complaints for salt and fatty food intake. These conclusions should provide grounds for future studies of strategies for health promoting lifestyle for nursing students and their health concerns. Further research is required to investigate the life environmental and psychological factors affecting the way of life for nursing students and their health status, to analyze the health behavior of nursing students related with their culture and consciousness. Also epidemiologic research methodology, such as prospective cohort study should be considered to explore the performing process of nursing student's health behavior related with the occurrence of diseases.
A study on the life style, locus of control and health belief of gastric cancer patients
Hee Young So, Hyun Li Kim
J Korean Acad Community Health Nurs. 1999;10(2):362-371.   Published online December 31, 1999
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This study was conducted to explore the relationship between locus of control and health belief. the life style of gastric cancer patients. The subjects of this study were 40 of the early gastric cancer and 90 of the advanced gastric cancer who first visiting patient to general surgery out patient department of Chungnam University Hospital for operation. The data was collected with structured questionnaire from July. 1998 to Feb. 1999 The tool were Moon's Health Belief Scale and Multiple Locus of Control of Wallston. Wallston, DeVellis. The data was analysed by SAS program using frequency, chi2-test, Pearson's correlation coefficient, ANOVA. Scheffe-test, t-test. The results were as follows 1. 30.8% of subjects were early gastric cancer anf 69.2% were advanced gastric cancer. The subject knowing about diagnosis was 83.1%. 16.9% did'nt know about diagnosis. 2. The correlationship between Health belief and Locus of control of subjects was not supported. 3. There was statistically no difference of life style between early and advanced gastric cancer patients. 4. There were statistically significant differences in perceived sensitivity according to weight. educational level. and birth order, in perceived barrier according to educational level. and in perceived severity according to occupation among demographic characteristics of study subjects. From above results. health professional has to educate general population to detect gastric cancer early to improve survival rate because early gastric cancer is high in survival rate, and to prevent recurrence and to maintain continuing healthy status. In the future, gastroscopy also has to expand to detect early. For there was no difference in life style between early and advanced gastric cancer. carcinogen related to diet should be emphasized through education. The perceived benefit among health belief model was not supported in this study therefore further study and comparison between gastric cancer and normal population are needed.
A Comparative Study of ADL, IADL in Urban and Rural Elderly: Taejon, Koje Area
Chun Yu Li, Keum Ee Kim, Hyun Li Kim
J Korean Acad Community Health Nurs. 1997;8(2):225-236.   Published online December 31, 1997
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This study was conducted to investigate the elderly in urban and rural ares. The subjects were selected in a convenient sampling and the total number was 189(Urban : 95, Rur al : 94). The data were collected by one to one interviews in the period of Sep. 1-30, 1995(Koje) and March 15-28, 1997 (Taejon). The study tools for this study were 1) ADL and IADL 2) Self rating scores for health status. The data were analyzed by percentage, T-test, ANOVA, chi2 Test, Pearson correlation coefficiency by SPSS pc WIN. 7.0 program. The results were as follows: 1. The self rating score for health status of the elderly in urban area was lower than that of the rural when compared in the same age group. 2. In the comparison of ADL scores between the elderly in urban and rural areas, there was no statistically significant difference. The IADL score of the rural elderly were higher than that of the urban elderly and there was a statistically significant difference. 3. In the comparison of ADL & IADL scores according to the self rating score for health status, there was a statistically significant difference among health status levels.
Determinants of health behavior of high school and vocational highschool students
Hee Young So, Hyun Li Kim, Eun Sook Choi
J Korean Acad Community Health Nurs. 1996;7(1):118-128.   Published online June 30, 1996
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The purpose of this study was examine the determinants of highschool students' health behavior. A convenient sample of 2nd grade highschool students (N=638) responded to self-report questionnaires. The IMCHB was then tested with data using SAS program by frequency, t-test, ANOVA, regression. The results were as follows 1. Health behaviors were found to be type of school specific. 2. From the general highschool's model, student's health affected health perception and mother's health and father's education affected self esteem among a set of background variables. Health perception and self-esteem are related to health behaviors. 16.8% of the varience in regular highschool student's health behavior are explained by health perception and self-esteem. 3. From the vocational highschool's model, 20.2% of health behavior varience was explained by self-esteem. Mothers' education, health perception and self esteem explained internal motivation. Student's health, internal motivation and self-esteem explained health perception. The results indicated that there was a relatively poor fit of the IMCHB to the highschool students' data.
The development of the scale for Health promotive behavior
Hee Young So, Choonsil Hong, Hyun Li Kim
J Korean Acad Community Health Nurs. 1995;6(2):250-258.   Published online December 31, 1995
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The purpose of this study was to determine the level of health promotive behavior of adults and thereby to develope the health promotive behavior scale adjusting our sociocultural situation. The item for health promotive behavior was aquired from statements which was reported by Kim through deep interview with 164 Korean adults. The scale was measured with 4 points Likert type. Data was collected with questionnaire for population living in farm of Chungnam Province and Dae Jon City, from July to August 1994 by research assistant trained by researchers. Data was analysed using SPSS program with Cronbach alpha and factor analysis. The results are as follows : 1. For the reliability of the scale, Cronbach alpha was .8264 2. The factor analysis to examine the construct validity showed that health promotive behaviors included 9 factors: health management (16.0%), regular life style(7.4%), psychosomatic control(5.6%), moderation of living(4.6%), stress rnanagement(4.1%), abstain from favorite (3.9%), sanitary habit (3.8%), thought (3.2%), diet habit(3.1%). Nine factors explained 51.7% of varient.
A Study on Workers Knowledge, Attitude, and Practice of Health Management in Taejon and Chungnam Province
Chun Sil Hong, Hyun Li Kim
J Korean Acad Community Health Nurs. 1993;4(2):131-138.   Published online December 31, 1993
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The purpose of this study was to identify K.A.P. of industrial workers on health management. The study was conducted Dec 5, 1992 to March 10, 1993. The results were as follows : 1. The total Score of K.A.P. of industrial worker on the Knowledge of industrial health management was 2.52, the Attitude score was 42, the Practice score 2, 62. 2. The office workers' score on K.A.P.(T=-2. 11, P=.038) Attitude score(T=-2.03, P=.045) were higher than that of productive workers' 3. The K.A.P. score of married worker was higher than that of single workers, and showed significant differences statistically. 4. There are significant statistical differences in the Attitude score of workers according to age(F=2.26, F=.0304). 5. There were statistically significant differences among total Scores of K.A.P. (F=3.1141, P=.0498). Practice score(F=8.4421, P=.0004), Knowledge Score (F=3.5833, P=.0323). Performed 84.7%. 6. The relationship between industrial worker's health level score and industrial health status had reverse relationship(R=-.7689. P<.001) Therefore the companies that performed better health management attained a higher health level.
A Study on the Status of Health Management in Industries Located in Taejon and Chungnam Province
Chun Sil Hong, Hyun Li Kim
J Korean Acad Community Health Nurs. 1993;4(1):38-44.   Published online June 30, 1993
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The purpose of this study was to identify the status of health management from Dec 5, 1992 to March 10, 1993. The data. was. collected from 30 industrial nurses, through a structured questionnaire. The results were as follows : 1. 1.50%. of the companies surveyed were manufacturing companies, 24% of them were research center. 2. The sizes of the companies were as follows: 300-499 employees 11(37%). more than 1,000 employees 4(13%). 3. 18 companies(60%) had organized safety and health committees. 4. 25 companies(83%) had there own health clinics. 5. 60% of companies had a Health center assigned as were hospitals 83%. 6. Practical nurses were employed by all industries, 10 companies had their own physicians, and 3 had their own industrial hygienist. 7. The primary health examination rate was 96% and workers who took follow up examinations were 8.5% out of them, 73.6% were evaluated at the C & D grade. Follow Up management to D. evaluations was performed about 50%. 8. 13 personnel(43%) required, special examinations. 9. The relation between the workers health score and the health status, score was negative and not significant. Therefore the better health management the higher health level score.

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