THE DRIVING MODEL OF A MORAL COLLEGE: A CASE STUDY OF BOROMARAJONANI COLLEGE OF NURSING, NONTHABURI
Keywords:moral college, driving model
Promoting moral and ethics in the organization plays an important role for people to be able to happily live together. Boromarajonani College of Nursing, Nonthaburi is under Praboromarajchanok Institute, Ministry of Public Health that produces and develops nursing graduates having a professional identity. Boromarajonani College of Nursing, Nonthaburi had driven “the moral college project” following the MOPH core value and four moral identities, including sufficiency, discipline, honesty, and voluntarism together by using the Foundation of Virtuous Youth guideline and the Deming cycle (PDCA) in the organization. The driving model of moral college had changed attitudes and behaviors in the moral aspect together with the development of the task quality and the creation of the moral and ethical networks. The driving model of the moral college consisted of 1) having the moral college policy, 2) setting a committee of the moral college,
3) determining and announcing the moral identity, 4) providing the participation of staffs, and 5) continuously developing the action plan of the moral college. The objective of this article is to present an operating model of the moral college that can be a graceful guideline for driving a concrete moral college.
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