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Journal of Korean Critical Care Nursing 2018;11(2):75-85.
Published online June 30, 2018.

통합적 고찰과 키워드 분석을 이용한 최근 10년(2008-2017) 동안의 국내 중환자간호 연구 동향 분석
강지연, 김수경, 조영신, 고현영, 백지현, 이수진
1동아대학교 간호학과
2고신대학교복음병원 외과계중환자실
3진주보건대학 간호학부
4효성시티병원 응급실
5동아대학교병원 내과병동
A Study of the Trends in Korean Nursing Research on Critical Care in the Last 10 Years (2008–2017) Using Integrated Review and Key Word Analysis
Jiyeon Kang, Soo Gyeong Kim, Young Shin Cho, Hyunyoung Ko, Ji Hyun Back, Su Jin Lee
1Professor, Department of Nursing, Dong-A University, Busan, Korea.
2Charge Nurse, Surgical Intensive Care Unit, Kosin University Gospel Hospital, Busan, Korea. happykimu2@naver.com
3Assistant Professor, Department of Nursing, Jinju Health College, Jinju, Korea.
4Charge Nurse, Emergency Room, Hyosung City Hospital, Busan, Korea.
5Staff Nurse, Medical Ward, Dong-A University Hospital, Busan, Korea.
The purpose of this study was to examine the possible direction of critical care nursing research in the future by analyzing the trends of recent Korean studies.
Using a database search, we selected 263 articles on critical care nursing that were published in Korean journals between 2008 and 2017. Then, we conducted an integrative review of the contents of the selected articles and analyzed the English abstracts using the relevant packages and functions of the R program.
The number of studies concerning critical care nursing has increased over the 10-year period, and the specific topic of each study has diversified according to the time at which it was conducted. In terms of quality, the majority of the research was published in high-level academic journals. The key words regularly studied over the past decade were: knowledge, delirium, education, restraint, stress, and infection. Studies related to vancomycin-resistant enterococci infection, compliance, and standards have decreased, while studies related to death, communication, and safety have increased.
Randomized controlled trials and protocol research for evidence-based critical care need to be conducted, as does research on family involvement. The key word analysis of unstructured text used in this study is a relatively new method; it is suggested that this method be applied to various critical care nursing research and develop it methodologically.
Key Words: Critical care nursing, Data mining, Korea, Research, Trends
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