INTERNATIONAL REFEREED ACADEMIC JOURNAL OF SPORTS

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ISSN / EISSN : 2147-1711 / 2147-1711
Published by: Guven Plus Grup Danismanlik, A.S. (10.17363)
Total articles ≅ 164
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Aylin Meşe, Ayşe ÇEVİRME
INTERNATIONAL REFEREED ACADEMIC JOURNAL OF SPORTS; https://doi.org/10.17363/sstb.2022/abcd89/.42.3

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Aim: This study was conducted to evaluate the health behaviors and hand hygiene practices of healthcare workers who have positive COVID-19 test and work as nurses before and after the pandemic. Materials and Methods: The study, which was descriptive and crosssectional, included 99 health personnel who worked as nurses at a training research hospital and tested positive for COVID-19. A questionnaire consisting of 55 questions in total, 25 questions about demographic information and 30 questions about health behaviors and hand hygiene practices, was directed to the participants. Results: 11% of the participants reported that they washed at least 10 times a day before the pandemic, 9.1% reported that they continued this washing practice for 20 seconds, and 5.1% reported that they participated in the training programs related to personal health and hygiene. Both pre-pandemic and post-pandemic rates in the same title are 86.9%, 90.9%, 68.7%, respectively. Conclusion: There was no difference in health behaviors and hand hygiene practices before and after the pandemic in healthcare workers. Despite this, improving the factors (more specific nutrition, good manpower planning, vaccination, etc.) related to the frequent catching of COVID
Halit Egesoy, Ayşegül Yapici ÖKSÜZOĞLU
INTERNATIONAL REFEREED ACADEMIC JOURNAL OF SPORTS; https://doi.org/10.17363/sstb.2022/abcd89/.42.4

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Aim: The purpose of this study was to examine the relationships between speed, agility and jump values of female soccer players. Method: Twenty female soccer players playing soccer in Turkey Female Soccer Third League participated in this study voluntarily (n=20, age: 16.70±0.80 years, height=161.70±0.05 cm, weight=58.14±4.30 kg). 20 m sprint, active jump and agility T tests were applied to the participants. The correlation analysis technique was used for the determination of relationships between agility, speed and jump values obtained from tests and correlations between parameters were determined by Pearson correlation coefficient. Results: According to the results of the analysis, the mean sprint speed values of female football players were 3.75±0.19 seconds, vertical jump values were 26.86±3.49 cm, and t-test values were 10.46±1.06 seconds. In addition, when the relationships between the sprint speed, vertical jump and agility characteristics of female football players were examined by correlation analysis, it was determined that there were significant relationships at the p<0.01 level between the values of
Ali Buhur, Necdet Öncü, Dilek Erdem
INTERNATIONAL REFEREED ACADEMIC JOURNAL OF SPORTS; https://doi.org/10.17363/sstb.2022/abcd89/.42.1

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Aim: In this retrospective study, we aimed to evaluate the surgical results, complications and patient satisfaction of the transobturator tape (TOT) operation in patients with stress urinary incontinence (SUI). Method: Incontinence type and duration, demographic information, menopause status, operation time , additional surgeries, preoperative and postoperative daily pad amount, Q type and stress test results, amount of residual urine after voiding, quality of life questionnaire Urinary Distress Inventory- 6 and Incontinence Impact Questionnaire-7 (UDI-6 and IIQ-7) results, intraoperative and postoperative complications of 156 patients were recorded. The success of the operation was evaluated in 3 groups as complete recovery, partial recovery and failure. Results: Complete or partial recovery was achieved in 146 patients (93.58%) after TOT operation. Success of operation was considered as failure in 10 (6.41%) patients. Complications were observed in 20 patients. These were bleeding more than 200 ml in 2 (1.28%), vaginal perforation in 2 (1.28%), de novo urge incontinence in 6 (3.84%), perineal pain in 2 (1.28%), dyspareunia in 2 (1.28%), mesh erosion in 4 (2.56%), urinary difficulty in 1 (0.64%), and bladder perforation in 1 (0.64%) patient. Conclusion: TOT procedure can be preferred as the surgical treatment of stress urinary incontinence, with high success and low complication rates, in line with the literature.
Semih Uçar, Alperen Avci, Uğur Gök, Salih Gülen
INTERNATIONAL REFEREED ACADEMIC JOURNAL OF SPORTS; https://doi.org/10.17363/sstb.2022/abcd89/.42.2

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The main purpose of this research is to determine the views of students studying child development about the Covid-19 epidemic and its vaccine. In the study, phenomenology design, one of the qualitative research methods, was used. The participants, determined by the homogeneous sampling method, consist of 102 students studying in the associate degree program of a university in the Malazgirt district of Muş province. A fully structured interview form was used to collect the data, and these data were analyzed by content analysis by making trilogy (theme-category-code). According to the findings obtained; It has been determined that there is no consensus on the covid-19 epidemic among students studying child development, and there are differences in opinions. Participants stated that it is an epidemic that creates negative feelings about covid-19, is revealed intentionally, is hoped to end one day like other epidemics, and affects the whole world. In addition, although there are undecided and negative opinions about the development or use of the covid-19 vaccine, it has been determined that the majority of the participants stated that the vaccine should be given. Psychological counseling and social adaptation assistance should be provided to individuals who have emotional and psychological problems due to the epidemic.
Funda Özpulat, Nazmi Bilir
INTERNATIONAL REFEREED ACADEMIC JOURNAL OF SPORTS; https://doi.org/10.17363/sstb.2020/abcd89/.39.8

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This research was aimed to determine the effect of educational intervention on healthy eating habits and physical activity levels of high school students. The research was conducted in two stages with a total of 800 students from 4 schools between the dates of 25.12.2016 - 31.05.2017. In the first stage, a questionnaire form consisting of 21 questions was applied to all students, and their height and weight measurements were collected. In the second stage, the planned educational intervention was implemented (n = 490) and the height and weight measurements of the students were collected again. The perception of students' body structures changed according to their genders before the intervention (p=.006), however, after the intervention, there was no correlation between the gender of students and their perception of their bodies. In addition, it was determined that the rate of those who stated that they, generally, had a healthy diet after the intervention increased from 38.8% to 52.2%. According to the results obtained from the research conducted, female students, at higher rates, perceive their weight incorrectly than male students. The intervention had little effect on the BMI of the students, while the proportion of those who had a healthy diet, and those who were physically active had increased. Based on the results obtained, it can be said that increasing the number of intervention programs and studies targeting adolescents will be effective in achieving positive results.
Nurcan Alagöz, Kübranur Varlikliöz, Zekeriya Arslan
INTERNATIONAL REFEREED ACADEMIC JOURNAL OF SPORTS; https://doi.org/10.17363/sstb.2021/abcd89/.41.1

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Aim: In this study, it was aimed to examine the views of mothers regarding the transition process of infants to complementary foods. Method: Structured interview technique, one of the qualitative research techniques, was used in the research. The study group, on the other hand, consists of 19 mothers who have babies between 6-12 months and who have been in the supplementary feeding process, determined by the criterion sampling method. Demographic information form and open-ended interview questions previously prepared by the researchers were used to obtain general information about mothers and babies as data collection tools. The forms were filled in by face-to-face interview method with the mothers. The data were analyzed by content analysis method. Findings: According to the research findings, mothers' attitudes towards complementary food are generally moderate, they choose food according to nutritional value, they have positive feelings during feeding, they prefer yogurt as the first food, they prefer steam cooking as a cooking method, they use the internet as a source of information. , most of them were still breastfed. Conclusion: In this study, it was concluded that the behaviors of babies during feeding were generally positive, their attitudes towards people other than their mothers were normal during feeding, no distractions were used during feeding, preliminary preparation was made before feeding, and the BLW method was used.
Barış Utku ÖZDEMİR, Ali Serdar Yücel
INTERNATIONAL REFEREED ACADEMIC JOURNAL OF SPORTS; https://doi.org/10.17363/sstb.2020/abcd89/.39.3

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Aim: This research was conducted to examine the attitudes of students studying at Fırat University Faculty of Sport Sciences towards sport tourism. Methods: 1091 students participated in the study. In order to examine the students' attitudes towards sports tourism, the attitude scale towards sports tourism (STYTÖ) developed by Kardaş and Sadık (2018) was used. The data obtained were evaluated in the SPSS 22.0 package program. Frequency, mean, standard deviation, one-wayAnova, independent t-test were used to analyze the data. The significance level of the statistics made was accepted as p <.05. Conclusion: As a result of the study, it was determined that the students' attitudes towards sports tourism were at a positive level and there were signifi-cant differences in terms of some variables (age, class, mother and father education level, branch, department, etc.) according to the sub-dimensions of the scale. It was deter-mined that there was no significant difference in terms of gender, marital status and sports tourism course variables. It is predicted that this research will provide an advantage in determining the attitudes of university students who receive sports education towards sports tourism and evaluating the issue in the sectoral field.
Kevser Tuncer Kara, A. Ferdane Oğuzöncül
INTERNATIONAL REFEREED ACADEMIC JOURNAL OF SPORTS; https://doi.org/10.17363/sstb.2021/abcd89/.41.3

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Aim: The aim of this study was to investigate factors affecting safety climate, safety culture, safety performance, and the effect of safety climate and culture on safety performance in Fırat University Medical Faculty Hospital. Method: The population of this cross-sectional, descriptive study consisted of doctors, midwives, nurses and other medical staff (1454 people) working at Fırat University Medical Faculty Hospital. The minimum sample size of the study was calculated as 616 with a 95% confidence interval and 3% margin of error using the Epi Info program. The data were collected through a questionnaire consisting of personal information form, safety climate scale, safety culture scale and safety performance scale. The Kolmogrov-Smirnov, Man-Whitney U, Kruskal Wallis, chi-square test, ROC, internal reliability, simple linear regression and multivariate linear regression analysis were used in data analysis. Results: The median age of the participants was 31.0. Of the participants, 50.6% were women, 61.9% were married and 38.0% had graduate or higher levels of education. It was determined that those who had information on occupational accidents and diseases had higher perceptions of safety climate, safety culture and safety performance. Furthermore, safety climate, safety culture and safety performance were positively correlated. As a result of simple linear regression, it was determined that the security climate explained 12.1% and the security culture 17.6% of security performance. Conclusion: It was concluded that trainings should be increased and repeated periodically, reporting near-miss events should be facilitated. Finally, occupational health and safety unit should be established, and inspections should be increased.
Kübranur Varlikliöz, Oğuz Emre, Ayşegül (Ulutaş) KESKİNKILIÇ, Zekeriya Arslan, Nurcan Alagöz, Semra Akto
INTERNATIONAL REFEREED ACADEMIC JOURNAL OF SPORTS; https://doi.org/10.17363/sstb.2021/abcd89/.41.5

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The aim of this study was to review graduate study done on eating disorders in Turkey. Descriptive survey model, one of the quantitative research methods, was used in this study. The sample of the study consists of a total of 111 theses, 79 master's theses, 5 doctoral theses and 27 specialty theses in medicine between 2015-2020. Theses were analyzed with the data collection form developed by the researcher as the data collection tool in accordance with the purpose of the research. The data obtained were interpreted based on percentage and frequency. According to the findings of the study, it was observed that the most studies on eating disorders were in master's theses (71.14%) and the most studies were performed in 2019 (38.73%). Most of the theses (90.1%) were accessed in full text. Studies were mostly conducted in the Institute of Health Sciences (45.95%). Considering the departments where the studies were published, it was observed that the most studies (28.9%) were conducted in the ABD on Nutrition and Dietetics. In terms of the study group, it was determined that the most chosen sample group was individuals (25.22%) in different age groups. Considering the distribution of the issues associated with eating disorders, it was observed that it was mostly dealt with psychological factors (25.22%). It is thought that the research was carried out in the Institute of Health Sciences and nutrition and nutrition in the ABD in 2019, the sample group was selected from the students with the most different living standards and most suitable for different living standards.
Seda Göger, Ayşe ÇEVİRME
INTERNATIONAL REFEREED ACADEMIC JOURNAL OF SPORTS; https://doi.org/10.17363/sstb.2021/abcd89/.41.4

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Aim: This study aims to determine the levels of cyberbullying sensitivity and internet addiction among high school students. Methods: The sample of this descriptive study consists of 729 students. The study implemented data collection tools, such as “Introductory Features of Students Questionnaire Form,” “Young’s Internet Addiction Test,” and “Cyberbullying Sensitivity Scale.” The analysis of the data was completed by transferring the data to the IBM SPSS Statistics 23 program. Results: As a result of analysis, Young's Internet Addiction Test mean score was found to be 26.57 ± 8.85, while the average score of Cyberbullying Sensitivity Scale was 31.00 ± 6.43. According to some introductory features of students, a statistically significant difference was found between Young’s Internet Addiction Test and Cyberbullying Sensitivity Scale (p < 0.05). Conclusion: While the internet addiction level of participants was found to be low, their sensitivity to cyberbullying was found to be high. In an effort to deal with cyberbullying, educational programs and counseling services on internet addiction and cyber sensitivity need to be organized in schools involving parents of school children.
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