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국가보건의료 R&D 정책 방향에 따른 간호서비스 R&D 전략 연구 (Nursing service R&D strategy based on policy direction of Korean government supported research and development)

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  • 국가보건의료 R&D 정책 방향에 따른 간호서비스 R&D 전략 연구 (Nursing service R&D strategy based on policy direction of Korean government supported research and development)
  • Lee, Seonheui; Bae, Byoungjun이선희; 배병준
  • 간호행정학회


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Title 국가보건의료 R&D 정책 방향에 따른 간호서비스 R&D 전략 연구 (Nursing service R&D strategy based on policy direction of Korean government supported research and development)
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Material Type Articles
Author(English)

Lee, Seonheui; Bae, Byoungjun

Author(Korean)

이선희; 배병준

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[Seoul, Korea]:간호행정학회

Date 2016-01
Journal Title; Vol./Issue 한국간호행정학회지:vol. 22(no. 1)
Pages 13
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language Korean
File Type Link
Subject Social Development < Health
Holding 간호행정학회

Abstract

Purpose: To develop strategies for research and development (R&D) in nursing service based on the policy direction of government supported R&D in Korea. Methods: This was a descriptive study to develop strategies for promoting R&D in nursing by analyzing investment trends and status quo, policy directions, and implementation of the details of government supported R&D through government reports, websites of relevant agencies and literature reviews. Results: Few nursing experts participated in clinical research on overcoming major diseases and in R&D for well-being and care. Development of nursing topics that meet the direction of government supported R&D were lacking. Insufficient implementation of nursing service R&D in a timely manner equipped with a performance-based system. Few research studies in R&D projects that included research using big data or contributing to developing medical instruments. Finally, an insufficient number of nursing specialists participated on government R&D advisory committees. (The rest omitted)