Outcome-based Education in Nursing Science

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สุรีย์ จินเรือง, Ph.D.
วิภาศิริ นราพงษ์, Ph.D.
ปวีณภัทร นิธิตันติวัฒน์, Ph.D.

Abstract

Outcome-based education in bachelor of nursing science is a student-centered method of curriculum blueprint and teaching that focus on the accomplishment of the learning outcomes by nursing students. The learning outcomes in nursing education should derive from the results of analysis, the influencing factors having impact on the responsibilities of professional nurses. Moreover, learning outcomes should conform to national blueprint for change of higher education, national strategy plan in public health area. In the context of health care reform, learning outcomes should reflect the competencies of nursing students and need to consider how the nurse graduates responsibilities include health promotion, health prevention, cure, rehabilitation, and advocacy. The way to organize curriculum and instruction should set a goal for learner’s achieving according to learning outcomes that were determined in nursing curriculum. The important learning outcomes include nursing science knowledge and the related sciences, higher thinking skill, expected nursing competencies include nursing care practice, have a moral, interpersonal and communication skill, professionalism, and 21th century learning skill. Moreover, the learning and teaching methods have to align with the learning outcomes assessment that were planned and designed, and should determine timing for achieving the learning outcomes at each level of the course.

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