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Nursing education Challenges in nursing education in Pakistan Job descriptions

Strategic Planning in nursing education

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Prepared by : Dr. Fauziya Ali Assistant Professor 1 AKUSON

Objectives
By the end of presentation the learner will be able to:

Define educational issue in local, regional and global perspective. Enlist the issues in socioeconomical, legal, ethical, cultural and political aspects. Integrate the guiding principles with highlighted issue. Summarize the session with modified, positive and workable strategies.
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A VISION OF 21st CENTURY

Does change makes the difference?

Who is the change agent?

Who will Monitor?

Does education need a change?

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EDUCATION

It is a set of processes and outcomes that are defined qualitatively. It helps to develop creatively, emotionally, acquire skills, knowledge, values, and attitudes necessary for responsible active and productive citizen (UNESCO, 2005).

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GLOBAL ISSUES
Nurses Image Long working hours Shortage of Nurses High work load

Low salaries Unsupportive working environment Feeling of inadequacy

Inconsistent policies

Conflict with other professionals

Limited clinical autonomy


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Global Educational Issues


Aging Faculty Program Diversity

Publish and perish

Change in student profile

Technology driven Society Demand for continuing education Shortage Of qualified Faculty and clinical teachers

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LOCAL ISSUES
Shortage of sanctioned positions

Inadequate nurse patient ratio

Non- Involvement at policy level

Resistance to Change

Inadequate Infra structure


Multiple positions
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Cultural Political Influence

Ineffective Monitoring & Evaluation

Educational Issues

professional Issues

Commercialization Of nursing education

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Utilizing Student as Substitute for trained staff

Lack of faculty development

Educational Issues

Non existence of accreditation system


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Lack of teaching Learning resource


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COMPETENCIES

Competencies are general descriptions of the abilities needed to perform a role in the organization. Competencies are described in terms such that they can be measured. It's useful to compare competencies to job descriptions. Job descriptions typically list the tasks or functions and responsibilities for a role. Competencies list the abilities needed to conduct those tasks or functions. Consequently, competencies are often used as a basis for training by converting competencies to learning objectives.
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Activity
Provide the strategy for the indicated educational issues Discuss the barriers for change and what is your recommendations to over come the issues. What is your strategic planning for nursing education in Pakistan?

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References
Diekelman, N.L. (1993). Behavioral pedagogy: A Heideggerian hermeneuntical analysis of the lived experiences of students and teachers in baccalaureate nursing education.Journal of Nursing Education, 32, 245-254. http://portal.unesco.org/education/en/ev.php-html Retrieved on 21 April, 2007 htpp://www.nln.org/facultydevelopment/pdf/corecocompetencies pdf-html Retrived on 20 May,2007 http://www.pakistanlink.com/Headlines/nov04/26/06.htmRetrieved on 08 July , 2006 http://www.hec.gov.pk/new/main/abouthec.htm Retrieved on 20 May, 2007 http://www.leeds.ac.uk./educol/documents/00003749.htm Retrieved on 08 June, 2006

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