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Outcomes-based curriculum development and student evaluation in nursing education

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  • Outcomes-based curriculum development and student evaluation in nursing education
  • Kim, Hesook Suzie
  • Korean Society of Nursing Science


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Title Outcomes-based curriculum development and student evaluation in nursing education
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Kim, Hesook Suzie

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[Seoul, Korea]:Korean Society of Nursing Science

Date 2012-12
Journal Title; Vol./Issue Journal of Korean Academy of Nursing:vol. 42(no. 7)
Pages 11
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Social Development < Health
Social Development < Education
Holding Korean Society of Nursing Science

Abstract

Purpose: A curriculum development model is presented to examine the processes necessary to develop new programs or evaluate existing programs within the philosophy of outcomes-based education in nursing, especially in the context of accreditation. The philosophy of outcomes-based education is to produce individuals who can demonstrate the evidence of competencies in designated areas of education. For nursing education, this means competencies in performing the role of professional nursing as defined by the profession and social needs at the beginning level upon completing a nursing program. Methods: A curriculum development model has been developed analytically based on the literature and experiences. Results: A 10-step process framework incorporating the tenets of outcomes-based nursing education is illustrated. (The rest omitted)