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Journal of Korean Critical Care Nursing 2015;8(2):13-22.
Published online December 31, 2015.

중환자실에서 이루어지는 간호사 인수인계 실태 및 인수인계에 대한 평가
김춘미, 김은만, 고지운
1선문대학교 간호학과
2선문대학교 간호학과
3선문대학교 간호학과
Status and Perception of Nursing Handover among Korean Nurses in Intensive Care Units
Chun Mi Kim, Eun Man Kim, Ji Woon Ko
1Department of Nursing Science, Sunmoon University
2Department of Nursing Science, Sunmoon University
3Department of Nursing Science, Sunmoon University
Abstract
Purpose
This study identified the current status and perception of intensive care unit nurses' handover.
Methods
A cross sectional descriptive survey was employed. The population included nurse managers and staff nurses who worked in intensive care units in hospitals with more than 500 beds and excluded nursing homes, psychiatric hospitals, and military hospitals.
Results
Of the nurses, 61.7% were satisfied with the current handover method, 68.36% had no handover-related guidelines, and 83.2% of them perceived that the handover was important for patients' safety. The most frequent cause for errors related to handover was that the "nursing workload is heavy." The nurses perceived that their handover was informative ($5.62{pm}0.79$) and efficient ($5.04{pm}0.98$). The variables associated with their perception of the handover were the level of satisfaction with the current handover method, existence of handover guidelines, and importance of handover for patient safety.
Conclusion
The development of standardized handover guidelines, especially for intensive care units, is necessary to reduce handover time and errors and to improve handover quality for patients'safety and high standards of nursing care.
Key Words: Nursing handover, Intensive care unit, Patient safety


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