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Korean Journal of Adult Nursing ((구)Journal of Korean Academy of Adult Nursing)


ISSN  1225-4886 (Print)
Published since 1989
Indexed in SCOPUS, CINAHL, KoreaMed, KoMCI

2005 Korean Journal of Adult Nursing ((구)Journal of Korean Academy of Adult Nursing)ALL

Page 474 ~ 483
제목 성인 여성의 유방조영술 검진 참여 단계에 따른 이익요인과 장애요인 분석
Title Perceived Benefits and Barriers According to the Stage of Mammography Adoption in Adult Women
저자 허헤경, 송희영
Author Hur Hea Kung, Song Hee-Young
주요어 유방조영술, 검진참여
Keyword Mammography, Adoption
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Purpose: This descriptive study was undertaken to explore the distribution of stages of mammography adoption and identify benefits and barriers perceived by women according to the stage of mammography adoption. Methods: A total of 227 women aged between 30 - 60 was selected by the convenient sampling in W city. The instrument developed by the researcher based on the scales of Champion(1993), Champion & Skinner(2003), and Rakowski et al (1992) was used. Results: The distribution of stages of mammography adoption was as following; precontemplation 30.7%, contemplation 23.8%, relapse 20.2%, action 14.4%, and maintenance 10.8%. Women in maintenance and actors showed high scores in benefits and low scores in barriers. Those in relapse reported high scores in both benefits and barriers, while precontemplators and contemplators showed high score in barriers and low scores in benefits. Conclusion: Despite the rate of mammography participation has increased, the proportion of maintenance stage is still low and that of relapse is high. For those in relapse, strategies to eliminate barriers hindering regular and continuous mammography are necessary. For precontemplators and contemplators, detail information including purpose, procedure and benefits of mammography should be given primarily.
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349~357 The Effects of Foot Reflexologic Massage on Blood Pressure and Sleep of the Elderly With Essential Hypertension Han Song-Hee, Lee Young-Hee
358~367 Effects of Group Reminiscence with Mugwort Fragrance Inhalation on Pain, Depression and Ego Integrity of the Elderly with Chronic Pain Kim Soo Yeoung, Kim Myung Ae
368~378 The Predictors of Subjective Well-Being among Older Adults Gong Su-Ja, Kim Hyun-Sook, Ha Mi-OK
379~388 Factors Related to Quality of Life among Rural Elderly Seo Nam Sook, Chung Young hae, Kim Jeong Sook
389~399 General Perception about the Life of Institutionalized Elderly Kim Myung-Ae, Kim Hye-Jin, Kim Young-Suk
400~410 Life Satisfaction and Depression according to Living Arrangement in Elderly Choi Yeon-Hee
411~424 Development and Evaluation of e-EBPP(Evidence-Based Practice Protocol) System for Evidence-Based Dementia Nursing Practice Park Myonghwa
425~434 Effects of Aerobic Exercise Program for Obese Elderly Women Kim In Hong
435~443 The Relationship of Fatigue, Self Efficacy, Family Support and Sleep Factor in Hemodialysis Patients Choi Eun Young, Lee Hyang Yeon
444~451 Effects of Internet Diabetic Education on Blood Glucose in Hyperglycemic Patients Kim Hee-Seung
452~463 Analyses of the Studies on Cardiovascular Disease-Specific Quality of Life Reported in Korea Lee Eun-Hyun, Tak Seung Jai, Song Yeoungsuk
464~473 Comparison of Predict Mortality Scoring Systems for Spontaneous Intracerebral Hemorrhage Patients Bock-Hui Youn, Eun-Kyung Kim
474~483 Perceived Benefits and Barriers According to the Stage of Mammography Adoption in Adult Women Hur Hea Kung, Song Hee-Young
484~492 Effect of Providing Information on Anxiety, Knowledge and Compliance of Patients with a Permanent Pacemaker Lee Sun Kyung, Yoo Yang Sook
493~502 The Effects of Foot Reflexology Massage on Sleep and Fatigue of Elderly Women Jin Su Jin, Kim Yeong Kyeong