- Choi, Eun Sook, R.N., CNS, Ph.D. (adjunct professor)
- Faculty Appointment
- Associate Professor
Head Nurse at Hospice Palliative Care Ward
Department of Cancer Control and Population Health
- Area of Expertise
- Hospice Palliative Care
- Contact no
- Work Experience
- Head Nurse at Lung Cancer Center
Head Nurse from department of outpatient Head Nurse at Endoscopy room
Head Nurse at Endoscopy room
- Educational Background
- Seoul National University, School of Nursing, Seoul, Korea, BSN
Seoul National University, School of Nursing, Seoul, Korea, MN
Seoul National University, School of Nursing, Seoul, Korea, Ph.D.
- Research Interests (Please place in paragraph form)
- Dr.Choi's field of interest focuses on the cancer patients and the support provided by their families.
So her doctoral thesis built with terminal cancer patients and experiences of family care givers.
In regard to the clinical practice, she has been involved in the communication training program.
The program aimes to how effectively doctors and nurses can deliver bad messages to patients.
Her additional area of interest involves in the stress control of nurses rendering oncological care service to cancer patients.
- International Collaboration
- Member, Asian Oncology Nursing Society
- Experiences of family caregivers of patients with terminal cancer. Journal of Korean Academy of Nursing. 2012;42(2):280-290.
Curriculum development for hospice and palliative care nurses. The Korean Journal of Hospiceand Palliative Care. 2006;9(2):77-85.
Content analysis with counseling cancer patients and their relatives in outpatient hospice office.Korean Academic Society of Rehabilitation Nursing. 2005;8(1):50-58.
Relationship of urinary symptom, urinary discomfort and quality of life in bladder cancer andbenign prostatic hypertrophy of male patients. Korean Academic Society of RehabilitationNursing. 2004;7(1):78-87.
Survey on quality of hospice. palliative care programs in Korea. The Korean Journal of Hospice and Palliative Care. 2002;5(1):31-42.
Survey on the side effects of the vesicant chemotherapy. The Korean Journal of Fundamentals ofNursing. 2000;7(3):415-428
Three years experience with intravenous port. The Korean nurse. 2000;39(3):41-47.
A survey of intravenous therapy practices in hospitals-in forty tertiary hospitals -in forty tertiary hospitals. The Seoul Journal of Nursing. 1998;12(1):151-167.
A study on the anorexia and diet patterns in cancer chemotherapy patients. The Korean Journalof Fundamentals of Nursing. 1995;2(1):19-35.