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기초간호자연과학 4개교과목(인체 구조와 기능, 병원미생물학, 병태생리학, 약물의 기전과 효과) 표준 강의계획서 개발

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 Development of Standard Syllabuses for 4 Subjects (Structure and Function of Human Body, Pathogenic Microbiology, Pathophysiology, Mechanisms and Effects of Drug) of Bionursing 
Authors
 추상희 
Citation
 기초간호자연과학회지, Vol.15(1) : 33~42, 2013 
Journal Title
 기초간호자연과학회지 
ISSN
 1229-6155 
Issue Date
2013
Abstract
Purpose: The purpose of this study was to develop standard syllabuses of 4 subjects (Structure and Function of Human Body, Pathogenic Microbiology, Pathophysiology, Mechanisms and Effects of Drug) of bionursing. Methods: We developed standard syllabuses of 4 subjects through 3 step discussions and analysis. At first each committee for 4 subjects made the syllabus, after then all researchers discussed together. Finally each committee concluded final one. Committee members consisted of professors who teach that subject at nursing college. Results: Standard syllabus for Biological Nursing I-1 or Structure & Function of Human Body I consisted of 3 parts and 9 themes and for Biological Nursing I-2 or Structure & Function of Human Body II was 3 parts and 9 themes. Standard syllabus for Biological Nursing II or Pathogenic Microbiology consisted of 8 themes and Biological Nursing III or Pathophysiology consisted of 2 parts and 19 themes. Standard syllabus for Biological Nursing IV or Mechanisms & Effects of Drug consisted of 2 parts and 13 themes. Conclusion: The standard syllabuses and titles of 4 subjects of bionursing need to be disseminated to all the nursing college by Academy of Korean Biological Nursing Science. Further researches to investigate curriculum for bionursing and to identify the effects of 4 standard syllabuses were recommended.
URI
http://ir.ymlib.yonsei.ac.kr/handle/22282913/86882
DOI
10.7586/jkbns.2013.15.1.33
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