Jin Jun

Jin Jun
The Ohio State University | OSU · college of nursing

PhD, RN

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Publications (41)
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Background: Safe, reliable, high-quality critical care delivery depends upon interprofessional teamwork. Objective: To describe perceptions of intensive care unit (ICU) teamwork and healthy work environments and evaluate whether perceptions vary by profession. Methods: In August 2015, Assessment of Interprofessional Team Collaboration Scale (A...
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Objectives The Coronavirus-2019 (COVID-19) pandemic presents a unique burden specifically for workers in service industries. However, limited research on service worker’s experience during the onset of COVID-19 exists. We aimed to describe the experiences and concerns of service industry workers during the pandemic’s onset. Methods This is a mixed...
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Aim: to evaluate nurses' experiences, barriers, and facilitators in participating in digital storytelling workshops BACKGROUND: Nurses face ever-increasing demands and work time spent in isolation, leading to burnout. Storytelling- narrative skills of listening and creativity- may encourage meaningful connections with others, especially during the...
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Background Broad-scale adoption of spontaneous awakening trials (SATs) and spontaneous breathing trials (SBTs) into everyday practice has been slow and uncertainty exists regarding what factors facilitate or impede their routine delivery. Research Question What patient, practice, and pharmacologic factors are associated with SAT and SBT performanc...
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An incongruity between what is said and done can be harmful. Cultivating consonance is a place to bring organizations and nurses together.
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Nurses have always played an essential role during epidemics, risking their lives caring for sick and dying patients. However, the unprecedented nature of the novel coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has left organizations and healthcare professionals ill-prepared and under-equipped to manage the severity, manifestations, and acute and long-term i...
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Work cultures supportive of wellness and shorter shift length have been associated with better mental/physical health outcomes in nurses, but how the coronavirus disease-19 (COVID-19) pandemic impacted such outcomes is not known. This study's aims were to (1) describe the mental/physical health, well-being, and healthy lifestyle behaviors of nurses...
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Background: Evidence-based management practices (EBMPs) that improve nurses' work environments have been linked to improvements in patient outcomes such as patient satisfaction and mortality. Yet, the extent to which nurse managers implement these EBMP or the factors associated with their implementation is not known. Aims: Guided by the Promotin...
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Background Burnout, characterized by emotional exhaustion, depersonalization, and decreased personal accomplishments, poses a significant burden on individual nurses’ health and mental wellbeing. As growing evidence highlights the adverse consequences of burnout for clinicians, patients, and organizations, it is imperative to examine nurse burnout...
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Background: Self-care is essential to cardiovascular disease (CVD) health outcomes, but may be challenging for older working adults. Objective: Describe self-care and the relationship of work-related characteristics to self-care among older workers with CVD. Methods: Convergent mixed methods design (n = 108) assessed self-care, organization of...
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Purpose: Opioid-sparing protocols have significantly reduced opioid use postcesarean birth through maximizing nonpharmacologic and nonopioid pain management tools. This study explored nurses' experiences with an opioidsparing protocol at a single institution, where inpatient opioid prescribing was reduced by over half. Method: Focus groups were...
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UNSTRUCTURED The traditional model of promotion and tenure in the health professions relies heavily on formal scholarship through teaching, research, and service. Institutions consider how much weight to give activities in each of these areas and determine a threshold for advancement. With the emergence of social media, scholars can engage wider au...
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Background: The traditional model of promotion and tenure in the health professions relies heavily on formal scholarship through teaching, research, and service. Institutions consider how much weight to give activities in each of these areas and determine a threshold for advancement. With the emergence of social media, scholars can engage wider aud...
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Although burnout is shared among colleagues, most solutions have focused on the individual.
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BACKGROUND The traditional model of promotion and tenure in the health professions relies heavily on formal scholarship through teaching, research, and service. Institutions consider how much weight to give activities in each of these areas and determine a threshold for advancement. With the emergence of social media, scholars can engage wider audi...
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Burnout-a combination of emotional exhaustion, depersonalization, and a diminished sense of individual accomplishment-is a serious issue for critical care nurses. Burnout has been examined as an individual's emotional state, but burnout is also a social phenomenon that may spread among colleagues through emotional contagion. Current interventions t...
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Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (HCAHPS) is the first national, standardized, publicly reported survey of patients’ perspectives of hospital care closely linked to hospitals’ reimbursement and reputation. Thus, it is critical to learn about what interventions work for improving HCAHPS. Eight peer-reviewed studies ex...
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Novel coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID‐19) is sweeping across the globe, having sickened more than 640,000 people and claimed over 30,000 lives in approximately 202 countries at the time of writing with no sign of slowing down (World Health Organization, 2020). Each time a pandemic or an epidemic disease occurs, such as measles, scarlet fever, HIV/A...
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Objective: The purpose of the study was to explore the relationship between job families and blood pressure (BP). Methods: Subjective (self-report questionnaire) and objective (on-site health screening including blood pressure) data were collected at a large academic institution from employees, which were categorized into 10 job families based o...
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Aim: The aim of this paper is to review the current literature on hospital nursing factors associated with 30-day readmission rates of patients with HF. Background: Heart failure is a common, yet debilitating chronic illness with high mortality and morbidity. One in five patients with heart failure will experience unplanned readmission to a hosp...
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Aim: This study will critically evaluate forecasting models and their content in workforce planning policies for nursing professionals and to highlight the strengths and the weaknesses of existing approaches. Background: Although macro-level nursing workforce issues may not be the first thing that many nurse managers consider in daily operations...
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Background: The Institute of Medicine (IOM) report, The Future of Nursing, included recommendations to increase nurse diversity, the percent of nurses obtaining a bachelor's degree, and inter-professional education. Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to report the progress toward achievement of these recommendations. Methods: We used a long...
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Background: Registered nurse job turnover is an ongoing problem in the USA resulting in significant financial costs to both organizations and society. Most research has focused on organizational turnover with few studies about internal or unit-level turnover. Turnover of new nurses in hospitals has particular importance as almost 80% of new nurses...
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Background: Preventable harm continues to be one of the leading causes of patient death. Each year about 400,000 patients die from sepsis, hospital acquired infections, venous thromboembolism, and pulmonary embolism. However, as shown in the recent reduction in hospital acquired infections, the number of deaths could be reduced if healthcare provi...
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Background: Numbering close to 300,000 nurse managers represent the largest segment of the health care management workforce. Their effectiveness is, in part, influenced by their job satisfaction. Purpose: We examined factors associated with job satisfaction of novice frontline nurse managers. Methodology/approach: We used a cross-sectional, co...
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The objective of this study was to examine early-career frontline nurse managers' (FLNMs') reported educational preparedness and participation in quality improvement (QI). Frontline nurse managers are vitally important for leading QI. However, it is not well known if they have adequate knowledge and skills to lead this important function. We examin...
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Newcomer elderly immigrants, defined as adults older than the age of 65 who have arrived in the United States in the last 10 years, represent a growing sector of the American population. Newcomers who experience limited English proficiency, financial strain, and acculturative stress are at considerable risk of developing poor health outcomes. Nursi...
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Registered nurse turnover is an important indicator of the nurse job market. Despite its wide use as a measure for health-care system analysis, there is a lack of consistency in the definition of turnover. Some definitions include any nurse leaving an organization; others may include involuntary and voluntary leaving. These inconsistent definitions...

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