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Title: CURRENT TRENDS


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Trends and issues in contemporary nursing
education
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Objectives
  • Describe forces and issues driving nursing
    education in the 21st century.
  • Apply at least one theory to nursing education.
  • Define components of curriculum development and
    design redesign.
  • Identify different approaches to teaching.
  • Explain teaching methodologies applicable for
    adult learners.

3
Then ? Now
  • Then Traditional approach objectives with
    closely orchestrated learning experiences
    faculty controlled
  • Now Competencies and outcomes focus on end
    product faculty-student collaborative learning
    process

4
External Forces Issues Driving Nursing
Education
  • MDGs
  • Global issues
  • - global violence
  • - demographic changes
  • - technological advances
  • - globalization
  • - environmental challenges

5
Internal Forces Issues Driving Nursing
Education
  • WHO Standards for Basic Nursing Education (2009)
  • Nursing care delivery systems
  • Nursing shortage
  • New and emerging degrees
  • 21 competencies for the 21st century
    (Bellack ONeil, 2000)

6
Strategies to identify Forces and Issues in
Indonesia related to Nursing Education
  • Comparison of WHO Standards with nursing
    education programs in Indonesia
  • Environmental scan
  • Forecasting
  • Epidemiology
  • Survey research/Consensus building

7
Learning Education Theories
  • Boyers Scholarship of Engagement
  • Kolbs Learning Cycle
  • Blooms taxonomy of learning objectives
  • Knowless adult learning theory

8
Components of Curriculum Development and Design
  • Type of undergraduate nursing program diploma,
    associate or baccalaureate degree
  • Curriculum design
  • - blocked content
  • - integrated content
  • Sequencing of courses (master plan)

9
Use of Theory in Curriculum Development
  • Single specific nursing theory or model
  • Concepts from multiple theories or models

10
Next Steps
  • Mission
  • Vision
  • Core Values
  • Philosophy
  • Competencies
  • (with leveling)
  • Curriculum outcomes
  • Quality improvement activities

11
Accrediting Bodies
  • National League for Nursing Accrediting
    Commission (NLNAC)
  • Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE)

12
Teaching Approaches
  • Lecture
  • Problem-based learning
  • Competency-based learning
  • Concept mapping
  • Portfolio
  • Self-learning packets

13
Student Learning Styles
  • Characteristics of the learner
  • Diversity of learners
  • Learning style preferences

14
Types of Learners
  • Visual (25)
  • Auditory (30)
  • Kinesthetic (45)
  • http//en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kinesthetic_learning

15
  • Learning Style
  • Lecture
  • Reading
  • Audio-visual
  • Demonstration
  • Discussion group
  • Practice by doing
  • Teaching others
  • Immediate application in real situation
  • Knowledge Retention
  • - 10
  • - 20
  • - 30
  • - 50
  • - 75
  • - 85
  • - 90
  • - 90
  • (National Training Laboratory
  • Institute, Alexandria, VA, 2006)

16
What do we want to stick ?
  • Disease processes
  • Assessment data
  • Critical thinking
  • Nursing diagnoses
  • Interventions
  • Emergent care
  • Desired outcomes
  • Customer service

17
Adult learner education components
  • Reflection Analysis of experiences,
    observations, feelings, and perceptions
  • Strategies include thinking out loud journaling

18
Adult learner education components
  • Understanding Making Connections between
    anatomy, physiology, pathophysiology, disease
    processes, interventions, medications, patient
    care, patient teaching, impact on family,
    community
  • Care mapping concept maps, care planning, etc.

19
Interactive Learning Methodologies
  • Action methods
  • Literature
  • Art
  • Memory aides

20
Action Methods
  • Drama
  • Case scenarios
  • Simulation
  • Soap operas/television segments

21
Hmong Practices
22
Case Scenarios
  • Labor Patients

23
Simulation
  • Perinatal Loss

24
Time with my son (D. Armstrong, 2001)
25
Literature
26
Ignaz Semmelweis
(D. Armstrong, 2001)
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Art
  • Audio clips
  • Video clips
  • Photography
  • Artwork

29
Postpartum Hemorrhage
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Memory Aides
  • Acronym
  • Visual aides
  • Poetry
  • Music
  • Games

31
BUBBLE-HER (acronym)
  • B breasts
  • U uterus
  • B bowels
  • B bladder
  • L lochia
  • E episiotomy (stitches)/ laceration/incision
  • H Homans sign
  • E emotional status
  • R RhoGam candidate? Rubella vaccine?

32
Cardinal Movements of the Fetus
  • Descent
  • Flexion
  • Internal rotation
  • Extension
  • Restitution
  • External Rotation
  • Expulsion

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Its a Decel(tune of Clementine)
  • Its a decel its a decel
  • to the left and to the right
  • Turn the Pit off grab the 02
  • Let the doc know were all right!

35
Hang the Mag(tune of Taps)
  • Hang the Mag or shell seize
  • Dont you know that she has clonus three?
  • Hang the Mag or shell seize
  • Wont you, please?

36
Games
  • Perinatal Trivial Pursuit
  • Postpartum Bingo
  • Want to be a Millionaire
  • Are you Smarter than a Student Nurse?

37
Small Group Learning Activity
  • Break into small groups
  • Choose a topic (disease process, assessment data,
    nursing interventions, emergent care, desired
    outcome, etc.)
  • Choose an interactive learning process
  • Create your tool to Make It Stick!

38
Share Time
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Future Trends Issues in Nursing Education
  • Increased collaboration between nursing practice
    and nursing education
  • Increased emphasis on collaboration between
    healthcare disciplines
  • Increased development of educational products for
    faculty and students
  • Increased student and nurse mobility (including
    increased licensure mobility)
  • Increased distance (online) learning
  • Schools of nursing providing ongoing professional
    development for competence requirements
  • Increased teaching of evidence-based practice.

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THANK YOU!
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