Table. 3.

Infection Control and Measurement of Relevant Studies (N=7)

Categories Author (year) Measurement Categories Subcategories Reference CVI Cronbach's ⍺/ KR20
Cross-section descriptive study Yang & Kweon (2014) Skin infection Recognition Non report WHO .80 .71
Practice Non report WHO, CDC .80 .86
Jeong (2014) Aspiration pneumonia Knowledge Cause, symptom, preventive action Standard textbooks of long-term care workers .80 .63
Attitudes Perceived benefit, perceived barrier, self efficacy - .80 .76
Practice Assessment and observation, preventive action Standard textbooks of long-term care workers .80 .90
Hong (2015) Infection control Knowledge Patients excretion, wound infection, gastrointestinal infection, kitchen, disinfection and sterilization, urinary tract infection, respiratory infection, handhygiene, laundry, cleaning - - .58
Performance Personal hygiene, environmental management, handhygiene, urinary tract infection, respiratory infection - - .95
Kim & Park (2016) Infection control Behavior Handhygiene, urinary tract infection, respiratory infection, Mouth and gastrointestinal infection, medication, stool/urine, wound, room environment, laundry APIC, CDC Standard textbooks of long-term care workers - .94
Perceived importance Handhygiene, urinary tract infection, respiratory infection, Mouth and gastrointestinal infection, medication, stool/urine, wound, room environment, laundry APIC, CDC Standard textbooks of long-term care workers - .94
Lee (2018) Infection control Knowledge Handhygiene, contact precaution - -
Performance Handhygiene, handle secretion, patient & care worker hygiene, Standard textbooks of long-term care workers - .966
Lee (2018) Infection control Knowledge Handhygiene, contact precaution - -
Performance Handhygiene, handle secretion, patient & care worker hygiene, Standard textbooks of long-term care workers - .966
Oh & Song (2019) Urinary tract infection Knowledge Cause, prevention Standard textbooks of long-term care workers Standard textbooks of long-term care workers .80 -
Practice Handhygiene, practice of prevetion behavior - - .87
Quasiexperimental study Yoo (2016) Handhygiene Knowledge Microorganism, action time to prevent germ, techniques, methods, avoiding action for hand hygiene WHO .66
Perception Perception WHO .87

CVI=Content Validity Index; KR20=Kuder-Richardson 20; WHO=World Healthcare Organization; CDC=centers for disease control and prevention; APIC=association for professionals in infection control and epidemiology.

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