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The Nursing Policy Research Institute

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The Nursing Policy Research Institute

History

March 1974: Established as the first Nursing Research Center in Korea
March 1993: Renamed as the Nursing Policy Research Institute
March 1999: Merged with the Nursing Research Institute for Safety and

Accident Prevention

March 2005: Merged with the Nursing Research Institute for Family Nursing and Hospice Care Establishment Objectives and Operations
The Nursing Research Institute of the College of Nursing was established in 1974 as the first research center in nursing in Korea. Research activities are focused on nursing policies related to improving the general health care delivery system and nursing profession.
The members of the Institute strive in their research and training in primary health care to develop and improve nursing policies while working in cooperation with the World Health Organization.
The institute also focuses on various methods of accident prevention and the application of safety to daily life, thus contributing to the establishment of a firm safe life style.
The Nursing Research Institute is made up of the department of general affairs, the department of research, the department of education, and the department of public relations.
The activities of the institute include research, academic education and training, international relations, data publication, and funding projects. The main activities within the Institute are as follows:

  • Research
    • Activation of professional and systematic research
    • Reinforcement of connections with clinical departments
    • Activation of academic-industrial cooperative research
    • Efforts to secure external research funds
  • Academics
    • Holding international forums hosted by the Nursing Research Institute
    • Holding domestic forums hosted by the Nursing Research Institute
    • Holding various seminars and workshops
    • Presenting papers at both domestic and international forums
  • Education and Training
    • Education and training of home care nurses and hospice nurses
    • Education of public health nurses
  • International Relations
    • Participation in collaborative research with internationally distinguished nursing research institutes
    • WHO Collaborating Center
  • Publication of Academic Journals and resources
    • International academic journal and data publication
    • Development and distribution of the institute’s promotional materials
  • Other Support Projects
    • academic-industrial cooperative projects commissioned by federal or regional governments
    • Provision of research services for government bodies and public organizations

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