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Development of Syllabuses for Biological Nursing Science Subjects based on Learning Outcomes: Structure and Function of Human Body, Pathogenic Microbiology, Pathophysiology, and Mechanisms and Effects of Drugs
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Development of Syllabuses for Biological Nursing Science Subjects based on Learning Outcomes: Structure and Function of Human Body, Pathogenic Microbiology, Pathophysiology, and Mechanisms and Effects of Drugs
Park, Hyunju; Kim, Yun-Kyung; Kim, Joo Hyun; Jeong, Jae Sim; Choi Kwon, Smi; Hong, Hae Sook;
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 Abstract
Purpose: The purpose of this study was to develop syllabuses of basic nursing science subjects (Structure and Function of Human Body, Pathogenic Microbiology, Pathophysiology, and Mechanisms and Effects of Drug) based on learning outcomes. Methods: We developed a 3-phase plan to develop the syllabuses. In the first phase, The Korean Society of Biological Nursing Science (KSBNS) held a workshop in May, 2013 in which professors who are in charge of basic nursing science subjects shared opinions about learning outcomes. As a result, initial prototype syllabuses came out. In the second phase, revised syllabuses based on learning outcomes were presented and discussed in the conference held by KSBNS in November, 2013. In the last phase, a research team who taught basic nursing science subjects finalized the syllabuses during the meetings. Results: Syllabuses of 4 basic nursing science subjects were developed. Conclusion: These syllabuses of 4 subjects need to be disseminated throughout nursing colleges. Further revision needs to be made according to the circumstances and context of each school.
 Keywords
Learning outcome;Human body;Pathogenic Microbiology;Pathophysiology;Drug Effect;
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Korean
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