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ItemCross-cultural comparison of attitudes and preferences for care of the elderly among Australian and Chinese nursing students(SAGE Publications, 2013-07-10) Xiao, Lily Dongxia; Shen, Jun; Paterson, Janice BettyPurpose: The aim of this study was to compare Australian and Chinese nursing students’ attitudes and intentions to care for the elderly and the factors affecting these intentions. Method: A cross-sectional design employed two questionnaires to survey 256 Australian nursing students and 204 Chinese nursing students within the first weeks of their nursing curriculum. Factor analysis and logistical regression analysis were performed to identify predictors of intent to care for the elderly. Results: The percentage of students more likely to care for the elderly was significantly higher among the Chinese group (72.1%) than the Australian group (45.3%). Work experience with older people and being under the age of 20 were found to be positive predictors, whereas factors such as prejudice toward the elderly and beliefs that elders should live in separate housing were negatively associated with an intention to care for the elderly. Conclusions: The collectivist culture has a more positive influence on nursing students’ attitudes toward the elderly compared with the individualist culture. Implications for Research and Practice: It is highly recommended that elderly care settings should be incorporated in clinical placements and further research is needed to explore how clinical experience affects students’ career choice. ItemFactors affecting nursing students' intention to work with older people in China(Elsevier, 2012-04) Shen, Jun; Xiao, Lily DongxiaSummary Background In Western countries, caring for older people was viewed as an unattractive area by nursing students. The literature reported a number of barriers, including ageism that contributed to this undesirable situation. Aim The purpose of this study was to explore factors affecting nursing students' intention to work with older people in a university in China. Method A cross-sectional survey was conducted with 622 nursing students enrolled in a 4-year Bachelor of Nursing programme at the university. Data analysis methods mainly included Chi-Square test, Mann–Whitney test, factor analysis and logistical regression. Results Working with older people was ranked as the second to least preferred area by nursing students. Ageist attitudes described as Prejudice was negatively associated with intention to work with older people; while students aged under-20 were more positively associated with an intention to work with older people. Conclusion Nursing curriculum should be designed to target ageist attitude, by promoting socialisation with older people and creating more supportive learning environments in the care setting of older people. ItemAn Innovative Continuing Nursing Education Program Targeting Key Geriatric Conditions for Hospitalized Older People in China(Taylor & Francis, 2013-05-23) Xiao, Lily Dongxia; Shen, Jun; Wu, Haifeng; Ding, Fu; He, Xizhen; Zhu, YuepingA lack of knowledge in registered nurses about geriatric conditions is one of major factors that contribute to these conditions being overlooked in hospitalised older people. In China an innovative geriatric continuing nursing education program aimed at developing registered nurses’ understanding of the complex care needs of hospitalised older people with common geriatric conditions were conducted and evaluated. The program consisted of didactic sessions focused on evidence-based practice and unfolding case study designed to simulate the care trajectory of an older person with a hip fracture and key geriatric conditions. Findings from the program evaluations revealed a significant increase in attitudes towards older people and knowledge concerning common geriatric conditions. The satisfactory rate ranked by program participants was 90%. The study therefore drew the conclusion that effective geriatric continuing nursing education should target participants’ learning needs, support evidence-based practice and engage participants in active learning. Item发展性案例讨论法在中国老年护理继续教育中的应用(Zhongguo Laonian Xuehui, 2012) Xiao, Lily Dongxia; Shen, Jun; Liu, H【摘要】 <正>20世纪90年代,老年护理学才陆续被我国多所护理高等院校列为必修课程。这就造成大多数护士缺乏系统的老年护理知识〔1〕,因此,举办各种类型的老年护理继续教育,提高护士老年护理知识和技能尤为重要。国家卫生部于1997年颁发了《继续护理教育暂行规定》和《继续护理学教育学历授予试行办法》,对继续护理学教育的对象、时间、内容和形式都作了详 English Abstract : in the 1990s, before being gerontological nursing is a compulsory course of more than nursing colleges. This has resulted in the majority of aged care nurses lack of systematic knowledge , therefore, held various aged care continuing education, to improve the knowledge and skills of nurses aged care is especially important. Ministry of Health issued the "Interim Provisions continuing nursing education" and "continuing nursing education qualifications awarded pilot scheme", for the object of continuing nursing education, time, content and form have been detailed in 1997 Item教育干预对护士预防老年住院患者跌倒知识和态度及行为的影响研究(China Academic Journal Electronic Publishing House, 2013) He, HY; Liu, H; Shen, Jun; Xiao, Lily Dongxia目的 对临床护士实施预防老年住院患者跌倒教育干预,评价干预措施对护士预防老年住院患者跌倒知识、态度、行为的影响.方法 采用方便抽样法,选取参加我市2012年老年护理继续教育培训大会的74名护士为研究对象,通过一系列教育干预,对比干预前后护士在预防老年住院患者跌倒知识、态度、行为等方面的改变,评估干预措施的效果.结果 74名护士均对培训满意;培训前护士预防老年人跌倒知识的中位得分18分,培训后中位得分26分,培训前后得分间差异有统计学意义(Z=-7.270,P=0.000).干预前后护士对老年人的总体态度和消极态度得分间差异均有统计学意义(P＜0.05),但积极态度间差异无统计学意义(P＞0.05).179份(95%)问卷明确表示护士在工作中运用了培训所学的知识.结论 对临床护士进行有组织、有计划的教育干预能改善护士对待老年人的态度,提高护士预防与处理老年住院患者跌倒的知识水平,并能对护士预防和处理老年住院患者跌倒的行为产生积极影响. English Abstract: The purpose of the clinical nurses fall prevention educational intervention in elderly hospitalized patients, evaluation of interventions for prevention nurse falls in elderly inpatients impact of knowledge, attitude and behavior. Methods convenience sampling method, choose to participate in the city in 2012 aged care continuing education and training of the General Assembly 74 nurses for the study, through a series of educational intervention, nurses change in the prevention of falls in elderly hospitalized patients with the knowledge, attitude, behavior, and to assess the effect of interventions before and after the intervention results 74 nurses were satisfied with the training; former training Prevention of falls among the elderly nurse median knowledge score 18 points, the median score after 26 minutes of training, before and after the training had a significant difference between scores (Z = -7.270, P = 0.000). The overall attitude of nurses before and after the intervention of the elderly and negative attitude scores were statistically significant differences between (P <0.05), but the difference between a positive attitude no significant (P> 0.05) .179 parts (95%) used the questionnaire made it clear that nurses have learned on the job training knowledge. Conclusion clinical nurses organized and planned educational intervention can improve the nurse's attitude towards the elderly, to improve the prevention and treatment of nurses falls in elderly inpatients level of knowledge, and is able to nurse the prevention and treatment of falls in elderly inpatients behaviors have a positive impact.