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간호학 학사과정 내 노인간호학 교육의 현황과 발전방향

Title
 간호학 학사과정 내 노인간호학 교육의 현황과 발전방향
Other Titles
 Gerontological Nursing Education in BSN Programs in South Korea: Present Status and Direction for Improvement in the Future
Authors
 김춘길; 공은희; 신동수; 하은호; 장성옥; 이주희; 이영휘; 이영희; 송준아; 송민선; 박연환; 김수진; 김선숙
Issue Date
2013
Journal Title
 노인간호학회지
ISSN
 1229-5299
Citation
 노인간호학회지, Vol.15(3) : 185~191, 2013
Abstract
Purpose: This study was done to identify the current status of gerontological nursing education in BSN programs in South Korea and explore directions for improvement in the future. Methods: The participants were 51 schools providing 4-year nursing education programs located in Seoul or one of 6 provinces, Gyeonggi, Gangwon, Chungcheong, Gyeongsang or Jeolla provinces. Questionnaires were developed by 13 experts in gerontological nursing. The questionnaires included items on gerontological nursing curriculum, faculty professionality, and future directions for improving gerontological nursing education. Data were collected via email. Results: Among the school participants, 31.4% of them rated gerontological nursing as a required subject while 50.9% gave two credits for the subject. Of the expert participants, 54.9% reported that credits for gerontological nursing were not sufficient. The experts suggested providing gerontological nursing education as stand-alone courses and included gerontological nursing as an independent subject on the national examination for registered nurses, as this inclusion would improve gerontological nursing education. Conclusion: Over the past 30 years, gerontological nursing in South Korea has evolved. With environmental changes in sociodemographic and healthcare service, it is inevitable that positive changes of gerontological nursing in nursing education must be made.
URI
http://ir.ymlib.yonsei.ac.kr/handle/22282913/88597
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