14Apr 2023


  • School of Nursing of National University of Medical Sciences.
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Introduction: Develop the history of nursing education, bachelors degree of professional competence and develop a training curriculum based on the existing nurses professional competency assessment.

Research method: For the nurses involved in the survey used randomized descriptive survey methodology, problems faced, nursing knowledge, skills and attitudes. In conducting the survey, we used questionnaires, interviews, observations, documentation and test methods. Nurses knowledge, skills and attitudes are evaluated based on the nurses definition of the 2012 Ministry of Health and a standard questionnaire for Lickert  used for quantitative.

Result: Nurse training curriculum of seek evaluate ways to continually assess. The results of the survey are based on a comprehensive competency-based curriculum, training quality has been met by organizing training of learners needs. The study shows that there is a need to improve outcome based curriculum and to supplement some content. The average rating of students in the study group (90.06 + -3.34) in the study sample was relatively high (78.38 + -4.85), which contributed to the improvement in the quality of the training, which is an updated version of the comprehensive curriculum and it is possible to introduce similar professional schools.

Conclusion: It is important to note that ourinnovative comprehensive competency-based curriculum offers the opportunity to meet the needs of todays curriculum, to facilitate inter-curricular activities, to public health-oriented, student-centered, problem-based, self-taught knowledge and the ability to evaluate the students theoretical and practical abilities. 

[Odonjil P. (2023); DEVELOPMENT AND EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS OF OUTCOMES-BASED NURSING PROGRAM Int. J. of Adv. Res. 11 (Apr). 925-930] (ISSN 2320-5407). www.journalijar.com

Odonjil P.
School of Nursing of National University of Medical Sciences, Department public health nursing


Article DOI: 10.21474/IJAR01/16743      
DOI URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.21474/IJAR01/16743