The Use of the CIPPA Model for Neonatal Nursing Skills for Nursing Students during the Coronavirus Disease 2019 Situation

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Piyaporn Sinthukot

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            The National Education Act of Thailand proclaimed that the provision of education shall be based on the principle that all learners have the capability of learning and self-development, and learners are of the utmost importance. In addition, the provision of education must be in accordance with the National Qualifications Framework for Higher Education in Thailand. However, due to the impact of the Coronavirus disease 2019 situation, educational institutions must modify the provision of education to suit the pandemic context. Thus, the Royal Thai Navy College of Nursing proposed a revision for practical lessons such as a halt in practical internship on medical wards, nursing skills training revising, and seeking other means of assessment. According to Tissana Khammanee's study on student-centered teaching and learning management using the CIPPA model, the use of the CIPPA model in learning management resulted in higher learning achievement, better thinking ability, more learner participation, enjoyment, and satisfaction in learning. Therefore, the author implemented this concept and designed the activities to develop neonatal nursing skills for nursing students at the Royal Thai Navy College of Nursing.

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