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Simulation : best practices in nursing education / Vicki Moran, Rita Wunderlich and Cynthia Rubbelke.

By: Moran, Vicki, author.
Contributor(s): Wunderlich, Rita, author. | Rubbelke, Cynthia, author.
Call number: RT71 M673 2018eb Material type: TextTextPublisher: Cham : Springer, [2018]Description: 1 online resource (60 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783319898209 (Invalid ISBN) ; 9783319898216 (e-book)Subject(s): Nursing -- Study and teachingGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Simulation : best practices in nursing education.DDC classification: 610.730711 Online resources: Click to View
Contents:
Intro -- Contents -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 1.1 Background -- 1.1.1 The Situation of Global Aging -- 1.1.2 Hong Kong: A Fast Aging Society -- 1.1.3 Positive Aging: A Productive Approach to Well-Being in Old Age -- 1.1.4 Hong Kong Elderly: Living Under a Blending Chinese Culture -- 1.2 Research Gap and Research Problems -- 1.2.1 What Are the Components of Positive Aging Among the Community-Dwelling Elderly in Contemporary Hong Kong? -- 1.2.2 What Is the Effect of Social Support Networks and Coping on Positive Aging? -- 1.2.3 What Is the Effect of Emotional Closeness on Positive Aging? -- 1.2.4 What Is the Role of Domestic Helpers in Providing Social Support to the Elderly? -- 1.3 Rationale and Significance of the Study -- 1.4 Research Objectives -- 1.5 Layout of the Thesis -- References -- 2 Literature Review -- 2.1 Overview of Literature Review -- 2.2 Research Approaches of Aging -- 2.2.1 Positive Aging and Successful Aging -- 2.2.2 Subjective Well-Being and Quality of Life -- 2.3 Social Support Network -- 2.3.1 Definition of Social Support Network -- 2.3.2 Concepts in Relation to Social Support Network -- 2.3.3 Dimensions of Social Support Network -- 2.4 Coping -- 2.4.1 Coping: Origins and Definitions -- 2.4.2 Coping Strategies: Dimensions and Theoretical Background -- 2.5 Domestic Helper as a Support Provider -- 2.5.1 Introduction -- 2.5.2 The Hong Kong Context -- 2.5.3 The Mainland China Context -- 2.5.4 FDHs in Singapore and Japan -- 2.5.5 Summary -- References -- 3 Conceptual Framework -- 3.1 Theoretical Background of the Study -- 3.1.1 Convoy Model of Social Support -- 3.1.2 Socioemotional Selectivity Theory -- 3.1.3 Hierarchical Compensatory Model -- 3.1.4 Strengths Perspective -- 3.2 Conceptual Framework -- 3.2.1 Conceptual Framework of Social Support Networ
3.2.2 Conceptual Framework of Positive Aging -- 3.2.3 Integrated Conceptual Framework of the Study -- 3.3 Hypotheses -- 3.3.1 Hypotheses Set 1 -- 3.3.2 Hypotheses Set 2 -- 3.3.3 Hypotheses Set 3 -- 3.4 Summary -- References -- 4 Method -- 4.1 Research Design: A Mixed-Method Study -- 4.2 Pilot Study: In-Depth Interview -- 4.2.1 Sampling -- 4.2.2 Sample Size Determination -- 4.2.3 Informants Recruitment -- 4.2.4 Construction of Interview Guidelines -- 4.2.5 Data Collection -- 4.2.6 Data Analysis -- 4.2.7 A Review of the Qualitative Study -- 4.3 Main Study: Cross-Sectional Survey -- 4.3.1 Sampling -- 4.3.2 Sample Size Determination -- 4.3.3 Multi-stage Sampling Procedure -- 4.3.4 Data Collection -- 4.3.5 Data Analysis -- 4.4 Scale Construction and Validation -- 4.4.1 Scale Construction -- 4.4.2 Scale Validation -- 4.5 Summary -- References -- 5 Findings of In-Depth Interview -- 5.1 Case Profiles -- 5.2 Thematic Findings -- 5.2.1 Thematic Findings on Social Support Network -- 5.2.2 Thematic Findings on Positive Aging -- 5.2.3 Thematic Findings on Stress -- 5.2.4 Thematic Findings on Coping -- 5.3 Summary -- 6 Descriptive Findings of Survey -- 6.1 Sample Characteristics -- 6.1.1 Demographic Factors and the Sample Features -- 6.1.2 Social-Economic Factors and Indicators of Elder Caregiving -- 6.2 Descriptive Statistics of Main Variables -- 6.3 Correlations Between Main Variables and Demographic Factors -- 6.4 Summary -- References -- 7 Hypotheses Testing -- 7.1 Hypotheses Testing -- 7.1.1 Testing of Hypothesis Set 1 -- 7.1.2 Testing of Hypothesis Set 2 -- 7.1.3 Testing of Hypothesis Set 3 -- 7.2 Summary -- References -- 8 Domestic Helper as a Support Provider -- 8.1 Support Provided by Domestic Helpers -- 8.1.1 Descriptive Statistics of Respondents Who Employ Domestic Helpers -- 8.1.2 Extent of Satisfaction Towards Services Provided by Domestic Helper
8.2 Employment of Domestic Helper and Positive Aging -- 8.3 Pros and Cons of Employing Household Domestic Helper -- 8.4 Discussion and Summary -- 8.4.1 A Variety of Support Provided by Domestic Helper -- 8.4.2 The Relationship Between Employment of Domestic Helper and Positive Aging -- 8.4.3 A Large Pool of Employing Domestic Helper in Elder Care in the Future -- 8.4.4 Summary -- References -- 9 Discussion -- 9.1 Overview -- 9.2 Expanded Positive Aging Index (PAI) as a Validated Tool to Measure Well-Being in Later Life -- 9.2.1 Expanded PAI as a Validated Measurement Tool for Chinese Community-Dwelling Older Adults -- 9.2.2 Expanded PAI as a Tool to Measure a Two-Factor Model of Positive Aging -- 9.3 The Interpretation of Social Network Composition and the Prevalence of Peer Support -- 9.3.1 The Interpretation of Social Network Composition in the Survey -- 9.3.2 The Prevalence of Peer Support Among Community-Dwelling Older Adults -- 9.3.3 The Preference of Companionship Support from Peer Groups -- 9.4 The Effect of Social Support Networks on Positive Aging -- 9.4.1 The Contribution of Family and Peer Support Networks to Positive Aging -- 9.4.2 The Interpretation of Emotional Closeness and Its Effect on Positive Aging -- 9.5 The Significant Functions of Social Support -- 9.6 Coping in Later Life and Its Mediating Effects on Social Support Networks and Positive Aging -- 9.6.1 Age and Coping -- 9.6.2 The Mediating Effect of Coping on Social Support Network and Positive Aging -- 9.7 Summary -- References -- 10 Implications of the Study -- 10.1 Recommendations -- 10.1.1 Promoting Positive Aging in Chinese Societies -- 10.1.2 Investing in and Consolidating the Social Support Network of the Elderly -- 10.1.3 Improving Coping Capacity in Later Life -- 10.1.4 Improving the Service Quality of Domestic Helpers -- 10.2 Limitation
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Intro -- Contents -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 1.1 Background -- 1.1.1 The Situation of Global Aging -- 1.1.2 Hong Kong: A Fast Aging Society -- 1.1.3 Positive Aging: A Productive Approach to Well-Being in Old Age -- 1.1.4 Hong Kong Elderly: Living Under a Blending Chinese Culture -- 1.2 Research Gap and Research Problems -- 1.2.1 What Are the Components of Positive Aging Among the Community-Dwelling Elderly in Contemporary Hong Kong? -- 1.2.2 What Is the Effect of Social Support Networks and Coping on Positive Aging? -- 1.2.3 What Is the Effect of Emotional Closeness on Positive Aging? -- 1.2.4 What Is the Role of Domestic Helpers in Providing Social Support to the Elderly? -- 1.3 Rationale and Significance of the Study -- 1.4 Research Objectives -- 1.5 Layout of the Thesis -- References -- 2 Literature Review -- 2.1 Overview of Literature Review -- 2.2 Research Approaches of Aging -- 2.2.1 Positive Aging and Successful Aging -- 2.2.2 Subjective Well-Being and Quality of Life -- 2.3 Social Support Network -- 2.3.1 Definition of Social Support Network -- 2.3.2 Concepts in Relation to Social Support Network -- 2.3.3 Dimensions of Social Support Network -- 2.4 Coping -- 2.4.1 Coping: Origins and Definitions -- 2.4.2 Coping Strategies: Dimensions and Theoretical Background -- 2.5 Domestic Helper as a Support Provider -- 2.5.1 Introduction -- 2.5.2 The Hong Kong Context -- 2.5.3 The Mainland China Context -- 2.5.4 FDHs in Singapore and Japan -- 2.5.5 Summary -- References -- 3 Conceptual Framework -- 3.1 Theoretical Background of the Study -- 3.1.1 Convoy Model of Social Support -- 3.1.2 Socioemotional Selectivity Theory -- 3.1.3 Hierarchical Compensatory Model -- 3.1.4 Strengths Perspective -- 3.2 Conceptual Framework -- 3.2.1 Conceptual Framework of Social Support Networ

3.2.2 Conceptual Framework of Positive Aging -- 3.2.3 Integrated Conceptual Framework of the Study -- 3.3 Hypotheses -- 3.3.1 Hypotheses Set 1 -- 3.3.2 Hypotheses Set 2 -- 3.3.3 Hypotheses Set 3 -- 3.4 Summary -- References -- 4 Method -- 4.1 Research Design: A Mixed-Method Study -- 4.2 Pilot Study: In-Depth Interview -- 4.2.1 Sampling -- 4.2.2 Sample Size Determination -- 4.2.3 Informants Recruitment -- 4.2.4 Construction of Interview Guidelines -- 4.2.5 Data Collection -- 4.2.6 Data Analysis -- 4.2.7 A Review of the Qualitative Study -- 4.3 Main Study: Cross-Sectional Survey -- 4.3.1 Sampling -- 4.3.2 Sample Size Determination -- 4.3.3 Multi-stage Sampling Procedure -- 4.3.4 Data Collection -- 4.3.5 Data Analysis -- 4.4 Scale Construction and Validation -- 4.4.1 Scale Construction -- 4.4.2 Scale Validation -- 4.5 Summary -- References -- 5 Findings of In-Depth Interview -- 5.1 Case Profiles -- 5.2 Thematic Findings -- 5.2.1 Thematic Findings on Social Support Network -- 5.2.2 Thematic Findings on Positive Aging -- 5.2.3 Thematic Findings on Stress -- 5.2.4 Thematic Findings on Coping -- 5.3 Summary -- 6 Descriptive Findings of Survey -- 6.1 Sample Characteristics -- 6.1.1 Demographic Factors and the Sample Features -- 6.1.2 Social-Economic Factors and Indicators of Elder Caregiving -- 6.2 Descriptive Statistics of Main Variables -- 6.3 Correlations Between Main Variables and Demographic Factors -- 6.4 Summary -- References -- 7 Hypotheses Testing -- 7.1 Hypotheses Testing -- 7.1.1 Testing of Hypothesis Set 1 -- 7.1.2 Testing of Hypothesis Set 2 -- 7.1.3 Testing of Hypothesis Set 3 -- 7.2 Summary -- References -- 8 Domestic Helper as a Support Provider -- 8.1 Support Provided by Domestic Helpers -- 8.1.1 Descriptive Statistics of Respondents Who Employ Domestic Helpers -- 8.1.2 Extent of Satisfaction Towards Services Provided by Domestic Helper

8.2 Employment of Domestic Helper and Positive Aging -- 8.3 Pros and Cons of Employing Household Domestic Helper -- 8.4 Discussion and Summary -- 8.4.1 A Variety of Support Provided by Domestic Helper -- 8.4.2 The Relationship Between Employment of Domestic Helper and Positive Aging -- 8.4.3 A Large Pool of Employing Domestic Helper in Elder Care in the Future -- 8.4.4 Summary -- References -- 9 Discussion -- 9.1 Overview -- 9.2 Expanded Positive Aging Index (PAI) as a Validated Tool to Measure Well-Being in Later Life -- 9.2.1 Expanded PAI as a Validated Measurement Tool for Chinese Community-Dwelling Older Adults -- 9.2.2 Expanded PAI as a Tool to Measure a Two-Factor Model of Positive Aging -- 9.3 The Interpretation of Social Network Composition and the Prevalence of Peer Support -- 9.3.1 The Interpretation of Social Network Composition in the Survey -- 9.3.2 The Prevalence of Peer Support Among Community-Dwelling Older Adults -- 9.3.3 The Preference of Companionship Support from Peer Groups -- 9.4 The Effect of Social Support Networks on Positive Aging -- 9.4.1 The Contribution of Family and Peer Support Networks to Positive Aging -- 9.4.2 The Interpretation of Emotional Closeness and Its Effect on Positive Aging -- 9.5 The Significant Functions of Social Support -- 9.6 Coping in Later Life and Its Mediating Effects on Social Support Networks and Positive Aging -- 9.6.1 Age and Coping -- 9.6.2 The Mediating Effect of Coping on Social Support Network and Positive Aging -- 9.7 Summary -- References -- 10 Implications of the Study -- 10.1 Recommendations -- 10.1.1 Promoting Positive Aging in Chinese Societies -- 10.1.2 Investing in and Consolidating the Social Support Network of the Elderly -- 10.1.3 Improving Coping Capacity in Later Life -- 10.1.4 Improving the Service Quality of Domestic Helpers -- 10.2 Limitation

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