Maternity Nursing - Faculty & Teaching Courses
|Hyun-Jeong Shin - Faculty|
|Name : Hyun-Jeong Shin|
|Departments : Maternity Nursing|
|Room : 503|
|E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org|
- Post-Doctoral Fellow: The University of Texas at Austin
- Post-Doctoral Fellow: University of Illinois at Chicago
- Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing (PhD): Korea University
- Master of Science in Nursing (MSN): Korea University
- Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN): Korea University
- Transition to motherhood in mothers with high-risk newborns
- Maternal sensitivity and mother-infant attachment during postpartum
- Quality of life in women with menopausal transition
- Contraceptive behaviors in college students
- Concept development and psychometric validations of measuring instruments
- Maternity Nursing Ⅰ
This course focuses on the theory related to the maternal health to promote the health of childbearing women and their families in normal reproductive cycles.
- Maternity Nursing Ⅱ
This course focuses on the theory related to the maternal and women's health to enable students to assess and manage the health needs of childbearing women and their families at risk, including women with reproductive health problems.
- Maternity Nursing Practice Ⅰ
This clinical practice focuses on the development of the competencies for assessing and intervening the specific nursing needs of childbearing women and their families.
- Maternity Nursing Practice Ⅱ
This clinical practice focuses on the development of the competencies for assessing and intervening the specific nursing needs of women with the health problems of the reproductive system, and their families.
- Theory construction in nursing Ⅰ
This course is designed to provide in-depth knowledge for theoretical thinking in nursing science and to comprehend the importance of concept development in theory construction. Discussion of critical issues related to the concept development and review of various approaches to concept development explaining nursing phenomena are conducted.
- Measurement of nursing phenomena
This course is designed to enhance the students' ability to conceptualize and measure phenomena of interest to the discipline of nursing. The course will review issues related to instrumentation and measurement of concepts. The focus of this course is a development of instruments to measure a phenomenon of concern within the domain of nursing and critical analysis of measurement methods.
- Qualitative nursing research
This course will introduce students to qualitative inquiry as an approach to knowledge discovery applicable to nursing research. Students will learn various strategies for collecting and analyzing qualitative research data. Also, students will analyze, compare and contrast a variety of qualitative approaches including philosophical underpinnings, methodologies and applications.
- Advanced maternity nursing Ⅱ
Factors influencing the maternal health are reviewed, concepts and theories of maternity nursing and women's health are examined and the strategies to protection, promotion and restoration of health of women throughout the period of pregnancy are developed.
- Seminar on women's health education
The women's health problems and education for them are identified and analysed in a feministic view, and the relevant factors are analysed. In addition, the directions and approaches to the research in women's health issues and education are discussed.