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取得的資料以平均數、標準差、百分比、卡方檢定、獨立樣本t 檢定、變異數分析(analysis of variance)、相關分析 (Correlation Analysis)、階層迴歸分析(Hierarchical Regression Analysis)等方法進行分析。
Residents in the facilities have poor physical functional status. They tend to have the risk of falls. In order to enable to residents have a safe environment and proper care. Preventing fall for residents is worthy of study. The purpose of this study is to explore the relationships among knowledge, attributes, self-efficacy and the process of preventing fall between the nurse and nurse aides. According to the finding of this study, it presents some suggestions as references for improving the preventing residents falling process between nurse and nurse aides and further research in related field. There are 98 subjects in the study. They are nurses, the national nurse aides and foreign nurse aides from 11 registered facilities in Taipei. The data in the study is collected by the scale and qualitative interview, and analyzed by Chi-square test, independent samples t-test, analysis of variance, correlation analysis and Hierarchical regression analysis. The results of this study are as follows: Education and training are related to the knowledge of nurse and nurse aides; education is related to approval, and the approval of national nurse aides is higher than foreign nurse aides; Training is related to preventable attribution. In addition, in the case of nurses, national nurse aides and foreign nurse aides, knowledge and preventable attribution have significant predictive effect on the process of preventing fall. For nurses and national nurse aides, approval and preventable attribution have significant predictive effect on the process of preventing fall. When having more preventable attribution, they would take more related processes. Suggestions for employing nurses and nurse aides with higher education and well-trained, and offering relevant courses are able to prevent residents to fall. In the future researches, increasing the number of subjects and conducting paired-study of subjects and residents should be considered as the focuses of future studies. It could enhance the effect and realize its potential influence and correction of knowledge, attribution, self-efficacy and process of preventing fall.
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