기본간호학 국가시험 문항개발을 위한 학습목표와 교과내용에 대한 연구 변영순1, 원종순2, 김애경3, 신윤희4, 장희정5 1이화여자대학교 간호과학대학2서울보건대학 간호과3단국대학교 의과대학 간호학과4연세대학교 원주의과대학 간호학과5한림대학교 의과대학 간호학과 Study Objectives for the National Qualifying Examination and Course Contents of Fundamental Nursing Young-Soon Byun1, Jong-Soon Won2, Ae-Kyung Kim3, Yun-Hee Shin4, Hee-Jung Jang5 1College of Nursing Science, Ewha Womans University2Department of Nursing, Seoul Health College3Department of Nursing, Dankook University4Department of Nursing, Wonju College of Medicine, Yonsei University5Department of Nursing, Hallym University Abstract The purpose of this study was to assess the present status of the course content of Fundamental Nursing in accordance with the study objectives which were developed for the National Qualifying Examination by the first Faculty-Workshop in January, 1999 and the study objectives as related to other Nursing courses. The study sample included all schools of nursing and the members of the faculty for Fundamental Nursing of seventy schools(66.7%), out of the target population of 105, responded to a questionnaire which was developed by the research team. The collected data were analyzed by frequencies, percentages, means, and standard deviation using the SAS(Statistical Analysis System). The results are as follows : 1) According to this survey the course content of Fundamental Nursing as described in the study objectives for the National Examination, 223(86.77%) study objectives were included in the course of Fundamental Nursing by more than 70% of the schools of nursing, But twenty-three of the study objectives are not included by $30{sim}50%$ of the schools of nursing. They consider this content to be taught in other courses. The study objectives, which less than 50% of the schools reported as being included in their course in Fundamental Nursing were, all study objectives for 'nursing assessment(communication)', 'nursing assessment (physical examination)', 'record and report', 'sex', and 'use of computer program for nursing diagnosis' and 'use of computerized nursing planning program' 2) Items that were not included in the study objectives for Fundamental Nursing but were included in course content for over 50% of the schools included, 'health of individual, family, community', 'change of nursing practice'. 'professionality of nursing' and all of the study objectives belonging to 'loss and grief' and 'nursing during all stages of surgical operations'. We hope that these results will be helpful in modifying the study objectives for the National Examination as developed by the first Faculty-Workshop and recommend the need for continuous survey research to produce content that is in accordance with study objectives and a National Examination that reflects the content of Fundamental Nursing. Key words: Study objectives | Course contents 주요어: 학습목표 | 교과내용