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Journal of Korean Academy of Fundamentals of Nursing 2001;8(2): 132
기본간호학 연구동향 - 기본간호학회지 논문분석을 기반으로 -
정인숙1, 강규숙2, 김경희3, 김금순4, 김원옥5, 변영순6, 송경애7, 손영희8, 양선희9, 조현숙10
1부산대학교 간호학과
2연세대학교 간호대학
3중앙대학교 간호학과
4서울대학교 간호대학
5경희대학교 간호학과
6이화여자대학교 간호대학
7가톨릭대학교 간호대학
8국립의료원 간호과
9적십자간호대학 간호과
10가천길대학 간호과
The Research Trends in Fundamental Nursing - Based on the Analysis of Journal of Korean Academy of Fundamental Nursing -
Ihn-Sook Jeong1, Kyu-Sook Kang2, Kyung-Hee Kim3, Keum-Soon Kim4, Won-Ock Kim5, Young-Soon Byun6, Kyeong-Yae Sohng7, Yeong-Hee Son8, Sun-Hee Yang9, Hyun-Sook Jo10
1Department of Nursing, Pusan National University
2College of Nursing, Yonsei University
3Department of Nursing, Jung Ang University
4College of Nursing, Seoul National University
5Kyung Hee College of Nursing
6College of Nursing Science, Ewha Woman's University
7College of Nursing, Catholic University
8National Medical Center College of Nursing
9Red Cross College of Nursing
10Department of Nursing, Gachon Gil College
Purpose: This study was to analyze the trends and content of all the research (171 research papers) published in the Journal of Fundamentals of Nursing from 1994, when it began to 2000 using an objective tool developed by the researches, and to identify the direction for the future research in Fundamentals of Nursing.
Method: Research published in the Journal of Fundamentals of Nursing from 1994 were reviewed. Result: Most of research (94.2%) was non-degree based and funded research was very limited. The average number of researchers per research study was 2.2 and collaborative research has been gradually increasing. The total number of key words was 331 and the average was 2.6 per research. The major key words were not different from other nursing departments and included home care nursing (10 times), health promotion (8 times), self-care (7 times). self-efficacy (7 times), and homo-dialysis (6 times). Eighty seven percent of the research was quantitative research. and there were very few qualitative studies. Considering theory level, it was found that 40% were factor related research For study design, non-experimental studies were most frequent (66%), and the rate, especially of surveys, has remarkably decreased. Selection of subjects by convenience sampling, was most frequent and there were very few studies that provided the rationale for the calculation of sample size. The major subjects of study were patients (44.8%) with various diagnoses. The subjects usually gave oral consent to take part in that study. Giving information (46.9%) and exercise (26.5%) were common nursing interventions, and physiological indices (16.5%). vital signs (10.3%), physical functioning (8.2%), level of knowledge/skill (7.2%) and level of activity (6.2%) were frequently measured as outcome. Variables questionnaires were the major approach used to collect data, and 57.8% of the research provided the Cronbach alpha to guarantee internal consistency of study instruments. Data were analyzed with computerized statistical packages using, ANOVA (42.0%), T test(39.5%), and chi-square test. For the last seven years, nursing research in Fundamentals of Nursing has gradually improved in both quantify and quality.
Conclusion: It was difficult to find any uniqueness or difference compared to other departments of nursing. In fact, because the history of the Journal of Fundamentals of Nursing is rather short, we can expect that there will be further improvement in qualify and content in the future.
Key words: Fundamentals of Nursing | Research Analysis
주요어: 기본간호학 연구 | 논문분석