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題名:Nursing Student Perceptions of Spirituality and Spiritual Care    
護理學生對靈性與靈性照護感知的影響因素探討
著者:Li-Fen Wu(吳麗芬) ;Yu-Chen Liao(廖玉貞) ;Dah-Cherng Yeh(葉大成)
出版地區:台灣
出版城市:台北市
學科:醫學綜合
關鍵字:護理學生 ; 靈性 ; 靈性照護 ; 感知 ; nursing student ; spirituality ; spiritual care ; perception
刊名:The Journal of Nursing Research
卷期:20卷3期(2012.9)
頁碼:219-227
語言:英語
摘要: 中文摘要PDF ; 英文摘要PDF

背景 靈性是生命的必要成分,靈性照護是指滿足受照顧者靈性需要的活動,護生需要得到教導,以培養評估及提供靈性照護的能力。 目的 探討台灣高年級護理學生對靈性和靈性照護的感知,以及相關影響因素。 方法 採橫斷式描述性目的取樣,調查全台22所五專護理科的男女高年級護生,以中文版靈性與靈性量表為工具,發出260份,收回239份,回收率91.92%。 結果 年齡平均19.48歲,45.61%沒有宗教信仰,65.69%不參加宗教活動,94.56%對護理有興趣,52.72%還沒確定畢業後成為護理人員,3.35%表示不願意成為護理人員。有46.44%在學校學過靈性相關課程,53.56%學過靈性護理相關課程。護生對靈性及靈性照護的整體感知為「清楚」,不贊成靈性只適用於有宗教信仰的人,但不確定護理人員可以提供靈性照護,以及需要提供個別化的護理。推論統計結果發現,學過靈性或靈性照護課程的學生、對護理有興趣、以後要從事護理工作的學生,對靈性的知識及靈性護理的態度優於其他參與的學生。 結論/實務應用 本研究發現,教育、經驗以及對護理的志趣,會影響護理學生靈性與靈性照護的感知,而且沒有性別上的差異。由於護理學生是未來全人照護的提供者,建議護理科(系)將靈性及靈性照護融入課程規劃,以保證未來護理師的照護品質。
Background: Spirituality is a necessary component of life. Spiritual care includes the activities necessary to meet the spiritual needs of clients. Nursing students must receive appropriate training to develop their abilities to provide spiritual care. Purpose: This study explored student nurse perceptions of spirituality and spiritual care and related factors. Methods: We used a cross-sectional descriptive design and purposive sampling. Participants were senior nursing students of both genders from 22 schools. The Chinese version of a spirituality and spiritual scale was the research tool. A total of 239 participants returned the questionnaires, giving a response rate of 91.92%. Results: Average participant age was 19.48 years; 45.61% reported no religion; 65.59% did not participate in religious activities; 94.56%reported having an interest in nursing; 52.72% were undecided about pursuing a nursing career; 3.35%did not want to be nurses; 46.44% had taken spirituality courses in school; 53.56% had taken spiritual care courses. Participants' overall perception of spirituality and spiritual care was "clear." This runs contrary to the idea that only religious people are spiritual and that nonreligious nurses may be less able to tend to the spiritual needs of their patients. Participants who had taken spirituality or spiritual care courses had an interest in nursing and were willing to become nurses had, on average, significantly better spirituality knowledge and spiritual care attitudes than other participants. Conclusions/Implications for Practice: This study found that education, experience, career interest in nursing, and career choice affects nursing student perceptions of spirituality and spiritual care. We also found that this effect was independent of gender. Nursing students should be holistic care providers. Integrating spirituality and spiritual care into the standard nursing curriculum is recommended to improve nursing care quality.


    

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The Journal of Nursing Research 20卷3期 (2012.9)
Measuring Nursing Care Time and Tasks in Long-Term Services and Supports: One Size Does Not Fit All/ Janet Prvu BettgerJulie A. SochalskiJanice B. FoustCynthia D. ZubritskyKaren B. HirschmanKatherine M. AbbottMary D. Naylor
A Pilot Study of the Telecare Medical Support System as an Intervention in Dementia Care: The Views and Experiences of Primary Caregivers/ Hsin-Kai ChouSui-Hing YanI-Chun LinMing-Tsu TsaiChu-Chieh ChenLin-Chung Woung
The Efficacy of Using Self-Monitoring Diaries in a Weight Loss Program for Chronically Ⅲ Obese Adults in a Rural Area/ Chi-Jane WangYi-Ching YangWen-Ling Wang
Characteristics and Underlying Meaning of Hoarding Behavior in Elders With Alzheimer's Dementia: Caregivers' Perspective/ Jing-Jy WangWen-Yun Cheng
Hospital Nurse Knowledge of and Approach to Dementia Care/ Pei-Chao LinMei-Hui HsiehLi-Chan Lin
Health-Related Quality of Life and Healthcare Resource Utilization in Taiwanese Women With Menopausal Symptoms: A Nation-Wide Survey/ Yuh-Kae ShyuChieh-Hsin PanWei-Min LiuJui-Yuan HsuehChun-Sen HsuPei-Shan Tsai
Nursing Student Perceptions of Spirituality and Spiritual Care/ Li-Fen WuYu-Chen LiaoDah-Cherng Yeh
The Development of an Evaluation Tool to Measure Nursing Core Curriculum Teaching Effectiveness: An Exploratory Factor Analysis/ Shu-Fang Chang
 
   
 
   

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