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Won Hee Lee 3 Articles
Comparison of Anger Expression, Assertive Behavior, and Self-esteem between a Nursing Student Group and an Educational Student Group
Ki Wol Sung, Oh Gye Kwag, Won Hee Lee
J Korean Acad Community Health Nurs. 2010;21(1):1-11.   Published online March 31, 2010
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The purposes of this study were to compare the degree of anger expression, assertive behavior, and self-esteem between a nursing student group and an educational student group, and to identify factors affecting their self-esteem.
This study adopted the descriptive comparative design. Data were collected by interviewing 97 nursing students and 89 educational students from three nursing schools and one educational school in Daegu, Korea from November to December, 2008.
Major findings of this study were as follows. 1) The educational student group had a higher self-esteem score than the nursing student group. 2) There were significant correlations among anger expression, assertive behavior, and self-esteem. 3) Self-esteem was significantly associated with Grade Point Average (GPA) and assertive behavior in the nursing student group with 17.2% variance, and with assertive behavior and anger-out in the educational student group with 24.1% variance.
These results may contribute to better understanding of hurt, anger expression, assertive behavior, and self-esteem in nursing students and educational students. Based on the results, there, it is required to develop programs that prompt students' self-esteem.


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Perceived Stress, Life Style, Health Status Indicatiors in Medical Center Employees
Soo Hyun Kim, Won Hee Lee, Duck Hee Kang, Jin Hee Park, Sung Gil Min, Jae Hoon Roh
J Korean Acad Community Health Nurs. 2006;17(3):407-418.   Published online September 30, 2006
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Development & Evaluation of Community-Based Home Care Nursing Service Program
Won Jung Cho, Cho Ja Kim, Won Hee Lee, Kyu Sook Kang, Eui Geum Oh, Hee Ok Park
J Korean Acad Community Health Nurs. 2004;15(2):209-217.   Published online June 30, 2004
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The purpose of this study was to construct the structure, process and outcome of community-based home care nursing service and to examine their validity.
There were two steps. The first step was developing the structure and process of community-based home care and the second was evaluating the outcome of community-based home care. Home care services were provided to 25 clients who had health problems. Data on these clients were analyzed.
According to Albrecht Model, in the developed structure and process of community-based home care, structure contained facility's philosophy, organization, delivery system, steering committee, office, equipments, medical instruments, the home care nurse and client of home care nursing. Process contained classification of client, nursing diagnosis and nursing intervention. The majority of clients were men (56%). The service was used mostly by people aged over 50 (82%). The most frequent nursing diagnoses were altered urinary elimination (23.2%), impaired skin integrity (21.8%) and risk for infection (17.6%). Nursing interventions included wound care (16.7%), tube care (15.1%) and catheter care (14.5%).
Several strategies are suggested from this study: first, activate a referral system within the national health care system; second, increase public information on home care nursing; third, develop home care nursing services for elderly people; and fourth, construct a cooperation system between home care services and social welfare services.

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