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Nursing Policy Research Institute Yonsei University, College of Nursing 134 Shinchon-dong, Seodaemun-gu, Seoul, Korea

Nursing Policy Research Institute Yonsei University, College of Nursing 134 Shinchon-dong, Seodaemun-gu, Seoul, Korea Tel: +82 -2 -2228 -3322 Fax: +82 -2 -392 -5440 E-mail: [email protected] yonsei. ac. kr

Yonsei Univeristy College of nursing Mission & Purpose n n n To develop nursing

Yonsei Univeristy College of nursing Mission & Purpose n n n To develop nursing and health policies to promote people’s health and welfare To conduct research and manpower training relevant to primary health care through collaboration with WHO To contribute the settlement of people’s safety through development and intervention of injury prevention programs

Yonsei Univeristy College of nursing History n March 1974 was founded as the first

Yonsei Univeristy College of nursing History n March 1974 was founded as the first “Nursing Research institute” in Korea n March 1993 changed the name as “Nursing Research Policy institute” n March 2005 merged with “ Research Institute of Homecare & Hospice”

Yonsei Univeristy College of nursing Organizational Chart Auditors Director Kyung-Ja Lee, Ph. D, RN

Yonsei Univeristy College of nursing Organizational Chart Auditors Director Kyung-Ja Lee, Ph. D, RN Organizing Committee Deputy Director Won-Hee Lee, Ph. D, RN Dept. of General Affairs Dept. of Research Affairs Dept. of Academic Affairs Dept. of PR & Publishing Taewha Lee, Ph. D, RN In-Sook Kim, Ph. D, RN Won-Hee Lee, Ph. D, RN Eui-Gum OH, Ph. D, RN

Yonsei Univeristy College of nursing Research Areas of the Institute Home and Hospice Care

Yonsei Univeristy College of nursing Research Areas of the Institute Home and Hospice Care Nursing Policies - Making - Facilitating Health promotion Nursing Practice Act Advanced Nurse practitioners Nursing Care Promoting Health and Welfare Goals Primary Health Care

Yonsei Univeristy College of nursing Current Activities (2004 - present) 1. Research Activities •

Yonsei Univeristy College of nursing Current Activities (2004 - present) 1. Research Activities • Chronic IIlness Management through Visiting Nurse Service Liasion with Volunteers ($120, 000; Funded by Kyung-Gi Province) Il-Sun Ko, Ph. D, RN • Development of Health Promotion Programs and Strategies for the Elderly ($23, 000: Funded by Ministry Health and Welfare) Taewha Lee, Ph. D, RN • Survey of tobacco consumption habit of adolescents and development of prevention strategies ($23, 000; Funded by Gangnam-Gu) Chung. Yul Lee, Ph. D, RN • Cost Analysis and Classification of Complementary and Alternative Therapies used by Cancer Patients in Korea ($35, 000: Funded by Ministry Health and Welfare) Soon-Bok Chang, Ph. D, RN • Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of Home Health Care in Korea ($35, 000; Funded by Korea Research Foundation) In-Sook Kim, Ph. D, RN

Yonsei Univeristy College of nursing Current Activities (2004 - present) 2. Industry and Academy

Yonsei Univeristy College of nursing Current Activities (2004 - present) 2. Industry and Academy Collaboration Project n n Demonstration project of community-based home health care services for low-income population in Seoul ($100, 000: Funded by City of Seoul ) Won-Hee Lee, Ph. D, RN Operation and technical advisiory for Goyang community-based mental health center in Kyung-gi province ($ 187, 000: Funded by Gyung-Gi Province) – operated a day program and various training programs of social adaptation skills for chronic mental patients – provided training programs for community residents, school teachers, nurses to – Increase social awareness of mental illness

Yonsei Univeristy College of nursing Current Activities (2004 - present) 3. Conference and Workshops

Yonsei Univeristy College of nursing Current Activities (2004 - present) 3. Conference and Workshops n Domestic Conference – Theme: Pain-The Fifth vital sign – Theme: Called to Care n International Conference – The 5 th Conferecne in Honor of Professor Emeritus, San Cho Chun Theme : Research in Symptom Management – International Lecture in Honor of Professor Emeritus, Shin Young Hong Theme : Biobehavioral Research-Overview and Future Direction – A Symposium on Asian Nursing Ethics Education Theme : Innovation of Nursing Ethics Education in Asia

Yonsei Univeristy College of nursing Current Activities (2004 - present) 4. Health Manpower Education

Yonsei Univeristy College of nursing Current Activities (2004 - present) 4. Health Manpower Education and Training n n WOCN program for public health nurses : Trained 56 public health nurses in health centers of Kyung-Gi province Expert training of Smoking Cessation program by joint work with Korea Council of Smoking Cessation : trained 77 health care personnel to provide adequate knowledge and skills enough to run smoking cessation program in the community Counselor Training Program for Cyber hospice Primary Health Practitioner Training Program

Yonsei Univeristy College of nursing Current Activities (2004 - present) 5. International Exchange and

Yonsei Univeristy College of nursing Current Activities (2004 - present) 5. International Exchange and Collaboration n Joint Seminar with Yanbian University, School of Nursing, China developed two collaborative research proposals within the community WHO Collaborating Center Upcoming collaboration opportunities – St Luke College of Nursing – University of Illinois at Chicago, Center for Reducing Risks in Vulnerable Population – University of Oregon Health Sciences Vollum Institute for advanced Biomedical Research – University of Alberta International Nursing Center

Yonsei Univeristy College of nursing Current Activities (2004 - present) 6. Publishing Activities n

Yonsei Univeristy College of nursing Current Activities (2004 - present) 6. Publishing Activities n Published two volumes of Periodical journal ‘Nursing Inquiry’ – Vol 12, No 2 / Vol. 13. No 1 n Published a book titled ‘Education of Life and Death” – for the education of hospice patients and family about positive acceptance of death

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