The Curriculum Evaluation of the Bachelor of Nursing Science Program (Revised in 2017), Boromrajonani College of Nursing, Chiangmai

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Sasidhorn Chidnayee
Sumitporn Chomchan
Pimjai Unban
Pliumjit Chotika

Abstract

          The descriptive research aimed to evaluate the Bachelor of Nursing Science Program (revised in 2017), Boromrajonani College of Nursing, Chiangmai using CIPP model which has 4 dimension: context, input, process and output. The sample were 154 new graduates, 29 instructors, and 67 stakeholders. Thirty participants were graduates, stakeholders, nurse administrators, and nurse instructors.   The instruments consisted of three forms (graduates, instructors, and of stakeholders) questionnaire related to the evaluation of the bachelor of nursing curriculum (revised edition 2017) which had content validity and Cronbach’s alpha coefficient of 0.98, 0.93, and 0.98, respectively.  The focus group method was also used for data collection. Data were analyzed by frequency, persentage, mean, standard deviation and a content analysis.  


          The research finding were 1) Context: Graduates and stakeholers were rated at high level (gif.latex?\frac{}{X}= 4.16, SD =.78; gif.latex?\frac{}{X} = 4.23, SD = .78), respectively. The instructors assesed the context of nursing curriculum was consistent with the national standards and philosophy of PBRI. 2) Input: Graduates , instructors and stakeholders rated at high level ( gif.latex?\frac{}{X}= 4.15, SD =.73;  gif.latex?\frac{}{X} = 4.39, SD =.67; gif.latex?\frac{}{X} = 4.32, SD = .66), respectively.3) Process: Graduates , instructors and stakeholders rated at high level ( gif.latex?\frac{}{X}= 4.10, SD = .69; gif.latex?\frac{}{X} = 3.90, SD = .80; gif.latex?\frac{}{X} = 4.19, SD = .74), respectively and 4) Output: Graduates , instructors and stakeholders rated at high level ( gif.latex?\frac{}{X} = 4.12, SD = .70; gif.latex?\frac{}{X} = 4.11, SD = .68; gif.latex?\frac{}{X} = 4.12, SD = .78), respectively.


          The results of this study showed that the nursing curriculum had high quality and can use in the future.  People whom concern it should use the research findings as a basis for further improvement of the quality of the curriculum.

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