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2019, Cilt 9, Sayı 1, Sayfa(lar) 012-016
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DOI: 10.5961/jhes.2019.305
Nursing Education Curriculum and Learning Outcomes
Özlem İBRAHİMOĞLU, Sevinç MERSİN, Hülya SARAY KILIÇ
Bilecik Şeyh Edebali University, School of Health, Department of Nursing, Bilecik, Turkey
Keywords: Nursing education, Learning outcomes, Nursing curriculum

The main aim of education in nursing schools is to develop critical thinking skills and psychomotor abilities with universal ethical values so that students can present nursing care to healthy and patient’s individuals and their families. Because of the multidimensional of care, the curriculum should be developed by evaluating learning outcomes so that nurses can improve their individual caregiving capabilities. It seems that the nursing education curriculum has been trying to establish a standard for many years. In this study, nursing education curriculum and learning outcomes were emphasized in order to contribute positively to the nursing education and the graduated student profile. Learning outcomes include knowledge, attitudes, and skills that a student must have at the end of the learning process. These outputs are the skills of the cognitive, affective/psychosocial and psychomotor domains planned for each course at the end of the training. Cognitive learning consists of knowledge, understanding, practice, analysis, synthesis and evaluation steps. Teaching basic concepts in this learning is the first step. Affective/psychosocial learning contains feelings. Positive and negative emotions, attitudes, values, information, personal and social characteristics that the individual possesses are evaluated within this learning. Psychomotor learning focuses on physical skills involving the coordination of brain functions and muscle movements. In order to reach the learning objectives determined during the completion of nursing education, learning outcomes are added to the curriculum. Thus, it is assumed that cognitive, affective/ psychosocial and psychomotor learning outcomes in the curriculum have been achieved. It will be possible to increase the quality of nursing education by evaluating the learning outcomes of the curriculum in addition to the studies aimed at developing the nursing curriculum.

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