The purpose of this research was to explore the relation between clinical practice and well-being among school nurses in Hsinchu Area. A cross-sectional with structured questionnaire was designed to collect data. Participants were school nurses of public and private elementary as well as junior high schools. A total of 171 questionnaires were distributed and 167 valid questionnaires were retrieved, the valid response rate was 97.66%. The results of this research are summarized as follows: 1. The education level of most research participants were university, 40 years old (inclusive) were mostly, school nursing experience over 9 years the percentage about 41.3%. 2. Majority of participants had medium level of well-being. The highest score falled on ＂interpersonal relationship＂ aspect and the lowest score was on ＂physical and mental health＂ aspect. There was a significant statistical discrepancy of well-being in difference occupational title among research participants (P ＜ .05). 3. The completion of participants practice was affected by the number of school nurse (P ＜ .05). Working commitment was affected by school category (P ＜ .01), school nursing experience (P ＜ .05), and the number of school nurse (P ＜ .05). 4. There was a positive correlation of well- being and school nursing practice. Background information of the study, working commitment could explain 27.1% variation of the well-being. Based on the results it was suggested that schools attention to the role and functions of school nurses, exchange of experience to improve their well-being, participants practice and job recognizance.
|Original language||Chinese (Traditional)|
|Number of pages||22|
|Journal||Chinese Journal of School Health|
|Publication status||Published - 2015|