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Analysis of trends and contents of nursing doctoral dissertations in Korea

Authors
Lee, KJ; Kang, Y; Gu, MO; Kim, K; Kim, O; Suh, YO; Suh, E; Yang, S; Lee, EH; Lee, JH; Choe, MA; Hah, YS
Citation
Journal of Korean Academy of Nursing, 42(2):302-309, 2012
Journal Title
Journal of Korean Academy of Nursing
ISSN
2005-36732093-758X
Abstract
PURPOSE: This study aimed to identify contents and trends of Korean nursing doctoral dissertations in terms of research methodology and theoretical characteristics.



METHODS: The design of the study was descriptive study and a total of 1,089 quantitative studies completed between 1982 and 2010 were reviewed using the analytical framework developed by the researchers.



RESULTS: The majority of studies utilized the experimental design (51.5%) and the others were survey design (38.8%) and methodological design (5.0%). Study subjects were shown as patients (45%), care givers (11.2%), ordinary persons (40.6%) and others (3.2%). There were growing trends in experimental design and patients as subjects. The prevailing data collection settings were hospitals (45.8%) and community (27.8%). The theoretical frameworks that studies were based on were the existing theories (37%) and a newly developed theoretical framework by a researcher (25.2%). a framework derived from other studies by the researcher (25.2%). Majority of studies (78.5%) employed a single theory as a theoretical framework. However, 31.8% of studies had no theoretical framework based on.



CONCLUSION: Findings of this study provided the opportunities to shed new light on the current status of Korean doctoral dissertation and to deliberate on the future direction of nursing studies in Korea.
MeSH terms
CaregiversDatabases, FactualDissertations, Academic as Topic*Education, Nursing, GraduateHospitalsHumansNursing Research/*trendsPatientsRepublic of KoreaResearch Design/trendsResidence CharacteristicsSchools
DOI
10.4040/jkan.2012.42.2.302
PMID
22699179
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