Purpose: The purpose of this study was to analyze the current status of studies related to the learning methods of biological nursing
subjects in Korea. Methods: Five databases (KoreaMed, KMbase, NDSL, KISS, KiSTi) and grey literature were searched prior to February
2018. A total 12 studies met the inclusion criteria including 11 articles and 1 proceeding. Results: We included five experimental
studies, five non-experimental studies, and two mixed method studies. First, most of the studies that applied a learning method focused
on the subject of human anatomy and physiology; team-based learning was the method that was utilized the most. Second,
the necessity of well-designed research was confirmed because the quality of included studies was low. Third, the research variables
identified were mainly concentrated on the affective domain, and included satisfaction, motivation, self-efficacy, self-directed learning,
confidence, attitude. We confirmed the need to develop a learning program that can also improve the cognitive and psychomotor
domain variables in future research. Conclusion: The results of this study suggest that further research should be conducted with
consideration the domain of research variables evenly. In addition, future studies should apply various learning methods and included
randomized controlled trials.
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