PREDICTORS OF BELIEFS ON MORAL FOUNDATION AND PERCEPTION OF HOSPICE-PALLIATIVE CARE ON ATTITUDES TOWARD TERMINAL CARE OF MEDICAL INSTITUTION NURSING PERSONNEL

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Ja-Sook Kim, A-Young Park, Myung-In Lee

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Background/Objectives: The goal of research was to identify the predictors of attitudes toward terminal care among medical institution nursing personnel. Methods/Statistical analysis: Participants were recruited from one medical institution nursing personnel located in Gwangju city. Data were collected from 99 medical institution nursing personnel. The self-reported questionnaires were used to assess the level of beliefs on moral foundation, perception of hospice-palliative care and attitudes toward terminal care. The SPSS WIN 23.0 software was using for data analysis. The data were analyzed multiple regression, Pearson's-correlation, ANOVA, independent t-test, descriptive-statistics.
Findings: The perception of hospice and palliative care emerged as the most significant predictor of attitudes toward terminal care. These factors explained 49.8% of the variance for attitude toward terminal care. Improvements/Applications: The perception of hospice-palliative care emerged as the most significant predictor of attitudes toward terminal care. These factors were explained 49.8% of the variance for attitude toward terminal care. Improvements/Applications: The study results indicate that it is important to increase attitudes toward terminal care among medical institution nursing personnel. it is necessary to develop education practice intervention that enhance beliefs on moral foundation and perception of hospice-palliative care.

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Myung-In Lee, J.-S. K. A.-Y. P. (2024). PREDICTORS OF BELIEFS ON MORAL FOUNDATION AND PERCEPTION OF HOSPICE-PALLIATIVE CARE ON ATTITUDES TOWARD TERMINAL CARE OF MEDICAL INSTITUTION NURSING PERSONNEL. Obstetrics and Gynaecology Forum, 34(3s), 67–72. Retrieved from http://obstetricsandgynaecologyforum.com/index.php/ogf/article/view/242
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