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Biomedical Ethics Awareness, Self-Esteem, Family Strengths between Nursing and Non-Nursing Students

위지희 1 Myung Ho Lim ORD ID 2 Beck Hee Chang 3

1오은영소아청소년클리닉
2단국대학교
3두원공과대학교

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ABSTRACT

The purpose of this study was to evaluate the relationship of biomedical ethics awareness, self-esteem, family strengths between non-nursing college students and nursing college students. The participants were 345 students in South Korea. The statistical analyzed include descriptive statistic of the respondents’ general characteristics, an the data were analyzed with a t-test and a correlation using the SPSS WIN 20.0 program. The average score of nursing college students for biomedical ethics awareness was 2.89±.20 (using a 4-point Likert scale) and the average score of non-nursing college students was 2.87±.23. Nursing college students and non-nursing college of biomedical ethics awareness in the artificial insemination of factors appeared to have meaningful difference (t=2.64, p<.001). Biomedical ethics awareness showed a positive correlation with self-esteem(r=.212, p<.001). And right to life of fetus of biomedical ethics awareness showed a positive correlation with family strengths. The results of this study suggest that biomedical ethics education should need for general college students.

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