Curriculum Differences In Nursing Education

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TEXILA AMERICAN UNIVERSITY

RN-BSN

CONTEXTUAL PROJECT ON BLOCK 7

WRITTEN AND PRESENTED BY

ASOMUGHA CHIOMA NGOZI

STUDENT OF TEXILA AMERICAN UNIVERSITY (RN-BSN)

INTRODUCTION
According to Jabareen (2009), a conceptual framework is a network of linked concepts that help deliver a comprehensive understanding of a phenomenon, and in so doing provides an interpretative approach to social reality rather than a casual link. This conceptual framework is from block 7 which is entitled as “Education and Nursing Education”.
CONCEPT 1: THE IMPORTANCE OF CURRICULUM CHANGES IN NURSING EDUCATION.
This concept is taken from Block 7, Module 1 which is entitled as “Trends in Nursing Education”. By traditional interpretation, curriculum involves all
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Curriculum change involves transforming or changing knowledge and experience to enable learners to have mastery of learning experiences for the learners’ and the society’s well-being. Curriculum changes in nursing education involves reviewing the existing curriculum to decide what changes are relevant, creating and implementing plans in order to attain nursing goals and objectives as well as the changing needs of the society. Curriculum changes in nursing education provides a more suitable, flexible and current methods of teaching and learning. Thus, helping the student nurses to apply the knowledge they learnt in the clinical practice. Curriculum changes in nursing education creates good improvements in the nursing educational system as well as the clinical practice. Curriculum changes in nursing education enable the student nurses to work according to the ethics, to be aware of the current trends in healthcare and to be competent future…show more content…
1.5 Usefulness of concept to the world
Nursing practice- Curriculum changes in nursing education creates good improvements in the nursing educational system as well as the clinical practice. Curriculum changes in nursing education enable the student nurses to work according to the ethics, to be aware of the current trends in healthcare and to be competent future nurses.
Society- with changes in nursing curriculum, individuals, families and the society are cared for with the best nursing standard of care and their needs are easily met because its often the first priority in curriculum

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