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OUTCOME

BASED
EDUCATION
OF NURSING

NURLIA IKANINGTYAS
Over view OBE

– The fundamental ideas of OBE model come from John Piaget.


– “The principal goal of education is to create ‘people’ who are capable of doing
new things, not simply of repeating what other generations have done, ‘people’
who are creative, inventive and discoverers.”
– It includes the following two key points: First, clearly define the real-world-
relevant and measurable learning outcomes, and then all educational activities
are built to achieve the learning outcomes (Wang, 2013)
Over view OBE

– Learning outcome is a very broad concept. It is what the


learner will be able to do: an observable, measurable performance
or actions, including all kinds of knowledge, skill, ability, quality,
etc., at the end of a series of learning activities.
– The descriptions of learning outcomes include the following four
parts.
The descriptions of learning outcomes
include the following four parts
– The first is the stem. The sentence “Students will be able
to” will be used to determine what the students will be able to do after they
complete the learning activities.
For example, the following sentence can be used to describe the stem part,
“Upon successfully completion of this course, the students will be able to”.
– The second part is one or two verbs in infinitive tense. Measurable verb must be
used to describe, that is, the action can be objectively tested, e.g. use, name etc. The
following verbs that we often use, “understand”, “master” and “know”, can't
accurately describe the learning outcomes because they are not measurable and
testable.
The descriptions of learning outcomes
include the following four parts
– The third part is a noun phrase, which defines the activities that the verb
describes. “Upon successfully completion of this course, the students will be
able to compose business documents” is an example for learning outcome
description.
– The fourth part is a prepositional phrase which is optional. It describes the key
details about the skills, e.g. “Upon successfully completion of this course, the
students will be able to compose business documents that demonstrate critical
thinking skills, command of standard grammar, and logical organization”.
(Wang, 2013)
Learning
OBE competency
out come
Component of OBE

knowledge attitude

skill
Kerangka Kualifikasi Nasional Indonesia

Sumber : Perpres nomor 8 Tahun 2012


Indonesia Nurse Profile
Care
provider

Educator
communica
and health
tor
promoter

Health and
researcher
leader
Attitude

Learning
Special skill knowledge
outcome

General skill
Attitude

– Be cautious to God Almighty and able to show religious attitude;


– Uphold the value of humanity in carrying out tasks based on religious, moral, and ethical;
– Internalize academic values, norms, and ethics;
– Acting as a proud citizen and love of the homeland, having nationalism and a sense of
responsibility to the state and nation;
– Appreciate cultural diversity, views, religion, and beliefs, as well as the original opinions or
findings of others;
– Contribute to improving the quality of life of society, nation, state, and progress of civilization
based on Pancasila;
Attitude

– Law-abiding and disciplined in social life and state;


– Internalize the spirit of independence, struggle, and entrepreneurship;
– Show a responsible attitude towards the work in the field of expertise independently.
– Capable of being accountable to professional practice include being able to carry out nursing
practice with ethical principles and culturally sensitive
– Have an attitude of respect for the right of privacy, cultural values adopted
Knowledge

– Master the philosophy, paradigm, the theory of nursing, especially the conceptual model and the
middle range theories;
– Master the theoretical concepts of biomedical science;
– Master human values (humanity values);
– Mastering techniques, principles and procedures for the implementation of nursing care /
practice
Knowledge

– Master the concepts and techniques of diagnosis of nursing care;


– Master the theoretical concept of therapeutic communication;
– Master the concepts, principles and techniques of health education as part of
prevention of disease transmission at primary, secondary and tertiary levels;
– Master the principles and procedures of the advanced life support and basic
trauma cardiac life support (BTCLS) in emergency and disaster conditions
Knowledge

– Mastering the concept and principles of nursing management in general and in


managing nursing care to clients in various health care settings;
– Master factual knowledge about nursing care system and health care
– Master principles safety and security of work, rights and protection of work
nurses, patient safety and patient-centred or patient-centred care
– Mastered the method of scientific research
Special skill

– Able to provide complete and sustainable nursing care that ensures safety
– Able to provide nursing care in a specialist area nursing medical surgery,
nursing, maternity nursing, mental nursing, or community nursing (including
family nursing and gerontic nursing) in accordance with the delegates of
specialist nurses;
Special Skill

– Capable of administering oral, topical, nasal, parenteral, and


suppository drugs according to standard drug delivery and
delegated powers;
– Able to establish nursing diagnoses with depth and based on data
analysis, information, and study results from various sources
– Able to carry out nursing care
General skill

– Working in key areas of expertise for specific types of work, and owning
– Minimum work competence equivalent to the standard of professional work
competence;
– Making independent decisions in carrying out his professional work based on
logical, critical, systematic, and creative thinking;
– Preparing reports or working papers or producing design work in their area of
expertise in accordance with standard draft rules and procedures, as well as
their professional codes of ethics, accessible to the academic community;
General skill

– Communicating thought / argument or innovation work that is beneficial to


professional development, and entrepreneurship, which can be accounted for
– Scientifically and professionally ethics, to society, especially its professional
society;
– Improve their professional expertise in specific areas through training and work
experience;
– Responsible for the work in his professional field in accordance with his
professional code of ethics;
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SEMESTER VIII
references

– Wang, J.(2013). The Comparison and Inspiration of Outcome-based Curriculum Design in


Canada and Higher Vocational Education in China. 2nd International Conference on
Management Science and Industrial Engineering
– Kim., H., S. (2012). Outcomes-based Curriculum Development and Student
Evaluation in Nursing Education. J Korean Acad Nurs Vol.42 No.7 December 2012.
http://dx.doi.org/10.4040/jkan.2012.42.7.917
– Indonesian Nation Qualification Framework
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