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School of Nursing Groningen

School of Nursing Groningen. An overview of the curriculum. Topics. Bachelor Degree of Nursing Our curriculum Specific aspects of our school Routing for students. Bachelor Degree of Nursing (1). In the Netherlands levels of Nursing are described as :

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School of Nursing Groningen

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  1. School of Nursing Groningen Anoverview of the curriculum

  2. Topics • Bachelor Degree of Nursing • Our curriculum • Specific aspects of our school • Routing for students

  3. Bachelor Degree of Nursing (1) • In the Netherlands levels of Nursing are described as : - Level 4 Intermediate vocational education - Level 5 Higher vocational education (Bachelor) - Masters in Nursing Science (MScN.) - Advanced Nursing Practice (ANP) and Physician Assistant) PA • Secondary trainings/specialisms (institutional education) e.g. Intensive Care, Pediatric Nurse

  4. Bachelor Degree of Nursing (2) • “Higher professional Nursing” • Job profile is defined in 5 different roles of care: • Provider of care • Director of care/ coordinator • Designer • Coach • Professional

  5. Bachelor Degree of Nursing (3) • Task areas • Manage the primary process • Manage the secondary process • Individual nursing policy • Programming of care • Specific expertise: e.g. Critical care

  6. Bachelor of Nursing (4) • Competency based • 5 Roles of care • 12 Competences defined • Each competence, defined in professional activities • Instruction determined by competencies • Types of education structured in 5 learning pathways • Tasks + available thematic theory courses

  7. Curriculum (1) • Points of departure • Broad scope of theory and practice • Students learn to transfer knowledge • Application of knowledge in practice • National Professional Profile of Nursing • Specific “spear points” • Internationalisation/ Cultural sensitivity • Evidence Based Practice (Critical Reasoning, scientific practice) • Professional Leadership

  8. Curriculum (2)

  9. General Institutional Care ( hospital, nursing home, revalidation) 70% of student’s choice Community Care ( Public health, homecare) 15% of student’s choice Psychiatric care & mental health care/ learning disabilities 15% of student’s choice Curriculum (3) Graduation profiles

  10. Curriculum (4) Minors/ Specialisations: • Care &Technology (healthcare) • Outdoor management ( sports) • International Aid and Development (social studies) • Critical Care • Oncology Care • Rehabilitation • Paediatric Care

  11. Curriculum (5) Learning “pathways”/ types of education • Integral: projects, group work • Conceptual: lectures/ consultation lectures • Skills : training; technical skills, communication • Practice orientation • Experience reflection : during practice • Supervision of educational career: mentor • Evidence Based Practice

  12. Curriculum (6) • task/ demonstration • report • oral test • presentation • case study (group) • theoretical exam • portfolio • presentation • interview Forms of assessment theory and practical periods/ internship:

  13. An example: Competency 1: Implementing total nursing care • Ensures continuity of care is implemented: • Care planning • Reporting (RUMBA) • Handover • Providing insight to other disciplines

  14. Implement Total Nursing Care Pathway Collect information about patient Make diagnoses and hypotheses Formulate results Administer care Evaluate Work methodically Take case history Observe Communicate Prioritise Plan Formulate rumba results Carry out interventions Meanwhile adjust results Conduct final evaluation Explain context Clarify nursing perspective/ vision Employ nursing methodology in accordance with PES Implement nursing plan Conduct reporting Ensure continuity of care Handover Consultation Alignment with client Multi- and/or inter-disciplinary alignment KC 1 Service 1 Task analysis

  15. Specific aspects of our School (1) • Largest school of Nursing in the Netherlands (of 19 Bachelors Degree) • Each year 300 new 1st year students ( fulltime) • Associate degree • Part-time • Some dual routes in cooperation with institutions ( e.g. Hospital, community care)

  16. Specific aspects of our School (2) • International experience: • 70 students practice placement in Germany • 15- 20 students placement in other countries of Florence Network (Norway, Sweden, Belgium) & projects in Tanzania • Professorships: Transparent Care, Rehabilitation, Nursing Innovation, General Mental Health Care: involved in research assignments for students.

  17. Routing for students (1) • Admission from High School • After level 4 Nursing, intake assessment • EVC admission ( prior learning situation) • Part-time

  18. Routing for students (2) Student support • Supervision of the educational career> personal mentor • Many choices> own initiative is important • Specific student support ( illness, financial affairs, dyslectics, etc.) • Portfolio is leading in personal development

  19. Routing for students (3) • “Thresholds” • Propaedeutic year ( 48 ECT) • Attitude in practice • Advice from personal mentor

  20. Questions? Or discussion.. • Differences: • Experience in practice? • Choices of routes? • Personal support mentor?

  21. Thankyouforyourattention ! Cornelia van SlochterenGroningen, March 2014 c.l.van.slochteren-kommer@pl.hanze.nl

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