The Development of Service Mind and Humanized Care for Nursing Student
The management in nursing education aims to produce nursing students with good knowledge with service mind and humanized care performance. This article presents the process to develop service mind and humanized care for nursing students era as follow: 1) Characteristics of service mind and humanized care, 2) Theories related to the development of service mind and humanized care, 3) the guidelines for developing service mind and humanized care, 4) the process of identity development of nursing students at Boromarajonani College of Nursing Saraburi, SAPe (Service mind, Analytical thinking, Participation, and Evidence Based Practice), and 5) conclusion and recommendation for developing service mind and humanized care across generation. Nurse instructor is an important role model of service mind and humanized care. The recommendation for nurse educators to develop service mind and humanized care includes:
- Integrate the service mind and humanized care in teaching and learning in class, practicum, and extracurricular activities.
- Apply teaching methods that enhance transformation of service mind and humanized care such as small group, practice, analytical thinking, concept mapping, and reflective thinking.
- Administrators realize and assign the responsible staff for developing service mind and humanized care across curriculum.
This article can be applied to development of service mind and humanized care such as inside and outside the classroom. To habit a habit volunteer behavior and pay attention to the recipient.
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