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Solomon Hailemeskel (M.Sc.) Tesfa Dejenie (M.Sc.) Sisay Mulugeta (M.Sc.) Endale Melese (M.Sc.) Gemechu Kediro (B.Sc.)

Attainment of optimum health is the desire of every individual. Health of the people is an Index of the level of development of a country. The achievement of a country in preventing disease and promoting health depends upon the contribution of all members of the health team particularly that of nurses, who spent 24 hours around patient side and form a major group.

With the beginning of the 16th century, women who committed a crime were recruited into NURSING instead of serving jail sentences. From the middle of the 18th century to the 19th century, Social reforms were changing the roles of NURSES and of women in general. It was during this time that Nursing of today started with the beginning of Florence Nightingale. Who is the MOTHER OF MODERN NURSING.

MODERN NURSING in Ethiopia started in the later part of the 19th C by Swedish missionaries who came in Eritrea in 1866. In 1939 Princess Tsehay, the youngest daughter of HailSilase graduated from Ormond Street Hospital from London as FIRST NATIONAL NURSE specialized as a child health nurse. In 1949 the first school of nursing ( the Ethiopian red cross) was opened in the former Haile-Selassie I Hospital ( currently Yekatit 12) only for females. In 1960, the first nursing section was opened at MOH.

Until 2004 all nursing schools in Ethiopia were offering Diploma programs on regular basis. The generic B.Sc nursing was started in A.A Hawassa ,Jima,Gonder, Harmaya. In 2005 MSN was started at A.A university Currently there are a number of government owned, NGO and private school/ colleges of nursing. Most schools are under higher education. DBU is one of these governmental higher institution which train students in Nursing program.

General Objectives The primary goal of the B.Sc nursing program is:-

-to prepare comprehensively competent nurses with, > potential in clinical nursing, > community health nursing, > nursing service administration and > nursing education,

Give direct nursing care to patients and the community. Demonstrate skills in administration. Conduct nursing related research. Improve and bring change related with nursing standards in different departments; Provide short and long term continuing and in-service education programs for nurses.

Role and Functions of a Nurse


Care giver Decision maker Client advocate Manager Rehabilitator Communicator Educator Researcher Leader

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on successful completion of this program the graduate will be awarded "The Degree of Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Nursing curriculum development and revision has been going on for many years and in different institutions. But changes were not basic; containing irrelevant courses, repetitive contents and fragmented learning that avoids the facilitation and integration of principles from the natural social, public health and medical sciences into nursing practice. There fore categorization and modularization of courses thought to minimize the previously encountered problems in this specific profession.

The major teaching materials used to effect this Modular methods of teaching include:

Text books Lecture notes Modules Dolls Models Chalk board Flip chart Video, Photo Slides, etc Nursing Journals Demonstration equipment

> Recent published Books > Video, Photo Slides, etc > Nursing Journals > Vehicles > Audiovisuals such as LCD, and laptop computers > Lecture rooms > Photocopiers > Duplicating machines > Different medical equipment for nursing demonstration (laboratory).

Evaluation will be in the form of formative and summative assessments. Formative assessment (60%) consists of: >Quiz >Test >Field visit report >Case presentation >Supervision >Assessment of practical skills/re-demonstration >Individual/group assignment and exercise etc. Summative assessment (40%) consists of: >Final written exam >Practical exam >Oral exam (internal) >Research

Consideration taken during categorization and modularization of courses;


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Year of the course given. Semester of the course given. Vertical relation of the course. Horizontal relation of the course. Nature of the course. One Module is given for a maximum of three semester.

By considering the above five points we have:  7= Categories  27= Module for the total of  55= Courses that taken by the student in the four year B.Sc curriculum.

Humanity and Social Communication Skill

Basic Science

Pre-Clinical

Public Health

Clinical

Nursing Education &curriculum development

Nursing

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Humanity and Social Communication Skill

1.1. Humanity and Social Skills 1.1.1. Civics and ethical education 1.1.2. Introduction to Sociology 1.1.3. General Psychology 1.1.4. Counseling psychology

1.2.1. Sophomore English/Writing Skills 1.2.1. Basic Computer science skill

2.1.Human Anatomy 2.1.1. Human Anatomy I 2.1.2. Human Anatomy II

2.2.1. Human Physiology I 2.2.2. Human Physiology II

2.3.1. Biochemistry

3.1. Fundamentals of Nursing 3.1.1. Fundamentals of Nursing I 3.1.2. Fundamental of Nursing II

3.2.1. Microbiology 3.2.2. Parasitology

3.3.1. Pharmacology for Nurses

3.4.1. Pathophysiology

3.5.1. Introduction to Professional Nursing & Ethics.

4.1. Public Health Science 4.1.1. Communicable Disease Control (CDC) 4.1.2. Environmental health 4.1.3. Community health nursing 4.1.4. Health Education

4.1.5. Reproductive Health (RH) 4.1.6. Epidemiology 4.1.7. Biostatistics 4.1.8. Nutrition in Health and Illness 4.1.9. Health economics

4.2.1. community based training program I (CBTP I) 4.2.2. community based training program II (CBTP II) 4.2.3.Team training program (TTP)

4.3.1. Health Service Management 4.3.2. Nursing Service Administration

5.1. Health Assessment/ physical diagnosis 5.1.1. Health Assessment/ physical diagnosis

5.2.1. Medical Surgical nursing I Theory 5.2.2. Medical Surgical nursing I Practicum

5.3.1. Medical Surgical nursing II Theory 5.3.1. Medical Surgical nursing II Practicum

5.4.1. Medical Surgical nursing III Theory

5.5.1. Obstetrics and Gynecology Nursing I Theory 5.5.2. Obstetrics and Gynecology Nursing I Practicum

5.6.1. Obstetrics and Gynecology Nursing II Theory 5.6.2. Obstetrics and Gynecology Nursing II Practicum

5.7.1. Pediatric Nursing ( theory

5.8.1. Psychiatric Nursing (theory) 5.8.2. Psychiatric nursing Practicum

5.9.1. Operating Room technique

5.10.1. First aid and accident prevention

5.11.1. Medical Ward (3 weeks) 5.11.2. Surgical Ward (3 weeks) 5.11.3. Obstetric And Gynecology (3wks) 5.11.4. Pediatric (3weeks)

6.1. Nursing Education and curriculum development


6.1.1. Nursing Education and curriculum development

7.1. Nursing Research Methodology


7.1.1. Nursing Research Methodology

7.2.1. Student Research project I (proposal) 7.2.2. Student research project II

Total Hours of the Four Year Course=8142hours. Total ECTS of the Four Year Course=271ECTS.

CODING SYSTEM: NCYCS-system The Letter that shows the Nature of the Course or indicate directly the Course itself. The first component is Year that the course is given. The second component is Category in which the course is belonged. The last two digit/component is Semester that the course is given. If the last two digit is ODD the course is give First semester. If the last two digits are EVEN the course is give Second semester.

Example- Pharm 2515/ NURS 3718


Explanation-Pharm/NURS: Course/Course Nature.

-2/3: Year that the course is given. -5/7: Category in which the course is belonged. -15/18: The Number in which indicates the Semester that the course is given. Means that the first course is given in the first semester and the second course is given in the second semester.

General consideration taken during calculation of the ECTS of each course;


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The nature of course. ( Whether it is practice oriented or not) The status of course. ( Whether it is common, supportive, optional, major/core/ professional). The numbers of months per semester. ( 5 month per semester) 1 ECTS= 30 hours. One semester =5 months=20 Weeks.

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Lecture Seminar Assignment Study(Hom/Lib) Demonstration Laboratory P roject work Exam (mid/final) Tutorial Practice

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