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研究生:鄧美銀
研究生(外文):Đang My Ngan
論文名稱:The related factors of Nurses’ Knowledge in using the Glasgow Coma Scale in Cho Ray hospital
論文名稱(外文):The related factors of Nurses’ Knowledge in using the Glasgow Coma Scale in Cho Ray hospital
指導教授:李昭憲李昭憲引用關係
指導教授(外文):Chao-Hsien Lee
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:美和科技大學
系所名稱:護理系健康照護碩士班
學門:醫藥衛生學門
學類:護理學類
論文種類:學術論文
論文出版年:2019
畢業學年度:107
語文別:英文
論文頁數:91
中文關鍵詞:Glasgow Coma ScaleKnowledgeNurses
外文關鍵詞:Glasgow Coma ScaleKnowledgeNurses
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Background: Assessing the level of consciousness is a priority practice of health professionals, the Glasgow coma scale is a tool used to measure the level of consciousness of neurologically related patients. There has been limited evidence of easily of use and the more likely to misjudge, but Glasgow coma scale is still the leading tool widely used worldwide.
Objective: evaluate the related factors of Nurse' Knowledge in using Glasgow Coma Scale in Cho Ray Hospital.
Methods: A cross-sectional study design was conducted at a leading hospital in Vietnam using the Glasgow coma scale knowledge questionnaire. A total of 199 Nurses participated in this study, data collected from to be analyzed were analyzed using SPSS software.
Results: Education (Intermediate, colleges, university and master) affects the knowledge Glasgow coma scale of Nurses, Intermediate with the lowest level of knowledge, while knowledge in University and master groups is higher than with beta = 0.20, p = 0.017. Unit of work and time shift work position related to nursing knowledge when using Glasgow coma scale, working Nurses in Neurosurgery department with lows knowledge (32.6%), Neurosurgery Intensive care unit is (43.2%), Nurses at the department of Head Injury (55.6%), the highest is Neurology department (69%) with p = 0.008. Time shift work position from 1- 2 months has low knowledge, while the time shift work position from 3 -12 months has better knowledge than, beta = 0.33, p = 0.012.
Conclusion: This study proposes to develop a comprehensive and continuous education strategy for all Nurses and at the same time have a suitable time to change positions to improve knowledge when assessing the Glasgow coma scale.
Background: Assessing the level of consciousness is a priority practice of health professionals, the Glasgow coma scale is a tool used to measure the level of consciousness of neurologically related patients. There has been limited evidence of easily of use and the more likely to misjudge, but Glasgow coma scale is still the leading tool widely used worldwide.
Objective: evaluate the related factors of Nurse' Knowledge in using Glasgow Coma Scale in Cho Ray Hospital.
Methods: A cross-sectional study design was conducted at a leading hospital in Vietnam using the Glasgow coma scale knowledge questionnaire. A total of 199 Nurses participated in this study, data collected from to be analyzed were analyzed using SPSS software.
Results: Education (Intermediate, colleges, university and master) affects the knowledge Glasgow coma scale of Nurses, Intermediate with the lowest level of knowledge, while knowledge in University and master groups is higher than with beta = 0.20, p = 0.017. Unit of work and time shift work position related to nursing knowledge when using Glasgow coma scale, working Nurses in Neurosurgery department with lows knowledge (32.6%), Neurosurgery Intensive care unit is (43.2%), Nurses at the department of Head Injury (55.6%), the highest is Neurology department (69%) with p = 0.008. Time shift work position from 1- 2 months has low knowledge, while the time shift work position from 3 -12 months has better knowledge than, beta = 0.33, p = 0.012.
Conclusion: This study proposes to develop a comprehensive and continuous education strategy for all Nurses and at the same time have a suitable time to change positions to improve knowledge when assessing the Glasgow coma scale.
Abstract 3
Acknowledgement 5
Chapter 1: Introduction 10
1.1. Issue research: 10
1.2. Issue: Background and meaning 12
1.3. Aim of this research: 13
1.4. Research questions: 13
1.5. Summary: 14
Chapter 2: Literature Review 15
2.1. Introduction 15
2.2. Definition of coma in Glasgow Coma Scale 15
2.2.1. Determination of consciousness: 15
2.2.2. Coma: 16
2.2.3. History of GCS 21
2.3. Consciousness in Vietnam 25
2.3.1. Consciousness caused by traumatic brain injury 25
2.3.2. Coma due to hypoglycemia 26
2.3.3. Coma in stroke patients: 28
2.3.4. Coma caused by epilepsy 29
2.4. Research performance in the world 30
2.5. Research in Vietnam 31
2.6. Summary: 32
Chapter 3: Research Methodology 33
3.1. Introduction: 33
3.2. Research design: 33
3.3. Framework 33
3.3.1. Concept of framework 33
3.3.2. Description of variables: 35
3.4. Issue regarding collecting sample: 37
3.4.1. Place of sample: 37
3.4.2. Sample collection and preparation 38
3.4.2.1. Sample size 38
3.4.2.2. Criteria of sample selection: 38
3.5. Data management and analysis strategy 39
3.5.1. Research tools 39
3.5.2. Checking for the validity and reliability: 40
3.5.3. Data collection 41
3.6. Data analysis 41
3.7. Ethical issue 42
3.8. Summary: 43
Chapter 4: Results 44
4.1. Introduce 44
4.2. Demographic characteristics of Nursing with Glasgow coma scale. 44
4.3. Knowledge of nursing with Glasgow Coma Scale 50
4.4. The relationship between knowledge and background profile of Nurse’ with GCS 60
4.5. Summary: 66
Chapter 5: Discussion and conclusion. 68
5.1. Introduction: 68
5.2. Discuss the relationship between the object characteristics and knowledge: 68
5.3. The relationship between important characteristics and knowledge 72
5.4. Contributions and Implications 76
5.5. Limitation. 78
5.6. Recommended for further research. 78
5.7. Conclusion 78
Appendix I: Inform consent 84
Appendix II: Frequently asked questions in collecting information related to Nuresing knowledge in using Glasgow coma scale at Cho Ray Hospital 85
Appendix III: Questionnaire to assess Nursing knowledge about Glasgow coma scale. 88
Appendix IV: Permission letter to use instruments 93
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Appendix V: Letter for Expert opions 94
Appendix VI: Paper decided to conduct research 95
Appendix VII: Permission of conducting the study of Cho Ray hospital 96
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