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한국간호연구의 동향 : 대한간호학회지 및 회원 학회지(창간호부터 2010년까지)에 게재된 논문의 연구동향 분석

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 Trends in Nursing Research in Korea: Research Trends for Studies Published from the Inaugural Issue to 2010 in the Journal of Korean Academy of Nursing and the Journals Published by Member Societies under Korean Academy of Nursing Science 
Authors
 최명애  ;  김남초  ;  김경미  ;  김성재  ;  박경숙  ;  변영순  ;  신성례  ;  양수  ;  이경숙  ;  이은현  ;  이인숙  ;  이태화  ;  조명옥  ;  김진학 
Citation
 JOURNAL OF KOREAN ACADEMY OF NURSING, Vol.44(5) : 484-494, 2014 
Journal Title
 JOURNAL OF KOREAN ACADEMY OF NURSING 
ISSN
 2005-3673 
Issue Date
2014
Keywords
Korea ; Nursing research ; Trends
Abstract
Purpose: The purpose of this study was to identify trends for studies published in the Journal of Korean Academy of Nursing and journalspublished by member societies from inaugural issues to 2010. Methods: A total of 6890 studies were analyzed using descriptivestatistics. Results: Quantitative studies accounted for 83.6% while qualitative studies accounted for 14.4%. Most frequently used researchdesigns were quasi-experimental (91.1%) for experimental research and survey (85.2%) for non-experimental research. Most frequentstudy participants were healthy people (35.8%), most frequent nursing interventions, nursing skills (53.5%), and 39.8% usedknowledge, attitude and behavior outcomes for dependent variables. Most frequently used keyword was elderly. Survey studies decreasedfrom 1991 to 2010 by approximately 50%, while qualitative studies increased by about 20%. True experimental research (1.2%)showed no significant changes. Studies focusing on healthy populations increased from 2001-2005 (37.5%) to 2006-2010 (41.0%). From1970 to 2010, studies using questionnaire accounted for over 50% whereas physiological measurement, approximately 5% only. Experimentalstudies using nursing skill interventions increased from 1970-1980 (30.4%) to 2006-2010 (64.0%). No significant changes werenoted in studies using knowledge, attitude and behavior (39.9%) as dependent variables. Conclusion: The results suggest that furtherexpansion of true experimental, qualitative studies and physiological measurements are needed. Purpose: The purpose of this study was to identify trends for studies published in the Journal of Korean Academy of Nursing and journals published by member societies from inaugural issues to 2010. Methods: A total of 6890 studies were analyzed using descriptive statistics. Results: Quantitative studies accounted for 83.6% while qualitative studies accounted for 14.4%. Most frequently used research designs were quasi-experimental (91.1%) for experimental research and survey (85.2%) for non-experimental research. Most frequent study participants were healthy people (35.8%), most frequent nursing interventions, nursing skills (53.5%), and 39.8% used knowledge, attitude and behavior outcomes for dependent variables. Most frequently used keyword was elderly. Survey studies decreased from 1991 to 2010 by approximately 50%, while qualitative studies increased by about 20%. True experimental research (1.2%) showed no significant changes. Studies focusing on healthy populations increased from 2001-2005 (37.5%) to 2006-2010 (41.0%). From 1970 to 2010, studies using questionnaire accounted for over 50% whereas physiological measurement, approximately 5% only. Experimental studies using nursing skill interventions increased from 1970-1980 (30.4%) to 2006-2010 (64.0%). No significant changes were noted in studies using knowledge, attitude and behavior (39.9%) as dependent variables. Conclusion: The results suggest that further expansion of true experimental, qualitative studies and physiological measurements are needed.
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DOI
10.4040/jkan.2014.44.5.484
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3. College of Nursing (간호대학) > Dept. of Nursing (간호학과) > 1. Journal Papers
Yonsei Authors
Lee, Tae Wha(이태화) ORCID logo https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2568-3074
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https://ir.ymlib.yonsei.ac.kr/handle/22282913/158580
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