Introduction to nursing education

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Introduction to nursing education

  1. 1. TO NURSINGEDUCATION
  2. 2. Virginia Henderson
  3. 3. THE UNIQUE FUNCTION OF THE NURSE IS TOASSIST THE INDIVIDUAL,SICK OR WELL,IN THEPERFORMANCE OF THOSE ACTIVITIESCONTRIBUTING TO HEALTH OR ITS RECOVERYOR TO PEACEFUL DEATH, THUS HE WOULDPERFORM UNAIDED,IF HE HAD THENECESSARY STRENGHT WILL ANDKNOWLEDGE AND TO DO AS RAPIDLY ASPOSSIBLE VIRGINIA HENDERSON 1958
  4. 4. VIDYA; MEANS TO KNOWSIKSHA ;MEANS TO CONTROL ACCORDING TO RIG VEDA;“EDUCATION IS THE SOURCE OF ALL ILLUMINATION”ACCORDING TO UPANISHADS:EDUCATION IS THE END PRODUCT OF SALVATION
  5. 5. ACCORDING TO BHAGAWAD GITA„NOTHING IS MORE PURIFYING IN THE WORD THAN KNOWLEDGE‟
  6. 6.  THE WORD EDUCATION IS DERIVED FROM LATIN WORDS „EDUCO‟ MEANS „I LEAD OUT‟ „EDUCERE‟ MEANS „TO LEAD OUT‟ EDUCARE MEANS „TO BRING UP‟ ,‟TO NOURISH‟
  7. 7.  INDIAN CONCEPTS WESTERN CONCEPTS
  8. 8. BY EDUCATION ‘I MEAN AN ALLROUND DRAWING OUT OF BEST INCHILD AND MAN BODY –MINDAND SPIRIT - MOHANDASKARAMCHAND GANDHI-
  9. 9. PESTALOZZI
  10. 10.  Politics is a process by which groups of people make collective decisions. The political changes mainly taken by the higher authorities and these changes are accepted in respective instituitions Student nurses association Indian nursing council Trained nurses association the aim of all these are to create an improvement in working condition of nurses
  11. 11.  Social change means replacing the new in the society The social change is universal Democracy Women education Education for backward classes Adult education Interaction of mass media
  12. 12.  Onset of computer in education Interaction of audio visual aids Internet an effective tool for getting knowledge Online education and distant education Computerised planning of care in hospital Nursing classes are also offering online study classes
  13. 13. ISSUES RELATED TO COLLEGES AND NURSING EDUCATIONNURSING SERVICES STUDENTS AND TEACHERS
  14. 14. Poor working conditionsLong hours of dutyLack of suppliesHarassment towards nursesLack of staff recruitmentWork load on hospitals and colleges
  15. 15.  No independent building for school college No independent principal Inadequate hostel facility Lack of qualified staffs No UGC status for lectures in nursing colleges Less supply of AV aids Less stipend for students
  16. 16.  Lack of administrative knowledge Inefficency of nursing personnel Nurses are not given enough consideration by the managements Inability of nursing superintendent to sanction leave Lack of written plans and manuals
  17. 17.  Expensive education No stipend for students Conflicts of work and study
  18. 18.  New philosophies of curriculum developments More teaching hours because of shortage of staffs Lot pre-preperations before teaching classes
  19. 19. THE NATIONALEDUCATIONAL POLICYWAS FORMULATED BYLATE Sri. RAJIV GANDHI,FORMER PRIME MINISTEROF INDIA
  20. 20.  THE MAIN THRUST OF THE POLICY IS THE MAN PREPERATION TO THE 21 ST CENTURY TO TREAT STUDENTS IRRESPECTIVE OFCASTE,CREED AND SEX ETC.. TO MOTIVATE THE YOUNGER GENERATION FOR INTERNATIONAL CO-OPERATION ANDPEACEFUL CO EXISTENCE TO ENCOURAGE THE YOUNG TO UNDERTAKE THE RE- DISCOVERY OF INDIA,ITS IMAGE AND PERCEPTION TO PROVIDE OPPURTUNITIES TO THEYOUTH,AND HOUSEWIVES TO CONTINUE THEIR EDUCATION TO PROMOTE EDUCATION FOR MENTALYAND PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED TREAT WITH EQUALITY TO FACE THE LIFE WITH COURAGE AND CONFIDENCE
  21. 21.  EQUAL EDUCATIONAL OPPURTUNITIES EDUCATION FOR WOMENS EDUCATION OF SCHEDULED CASTE AND TRIBES EDUCATION FOR OTHER MINORITIES ADULT EDUCATION
  22. 22. RADHAKRISHNA COMMISSIONACCEPTED BY GOVERNMENT OF INDIA IN 1948THE COMMISSION INCLUDESTOTAL 10 MEMBERS
  23. 23. FOR TEACHERS BETTER FACILITIES OF PROVIDENT FUND UNIVERSITIES SHOULD PROVIDE RESIDENTIAL ACCOMODATION AGE OF RETIREMENT SHOULD ENHANCE TO 64 YRS IMPROVE SALARY SCALES CARE SHOULD BE TAKEN FOR SELECTION OF PROPER TEACHERS
  24. 24.  AGRICULTURE LEGAL EDUCATION ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY RELIGIOUS EDUCATION WOMEN EDUCATION
  25. 25.  RECOMMENDATIONS FOR IMPROVEMENT OF CURRICULUMS ARE THE CURRICULUM SHOULD TOUCH THE LIFE OF THE STUDENTS AT ALL POINTS AND SHOULD DEVELOP PERSONALITY CERTAIN SUBJECTS LIKE ENGLISH, SCIENCE,MATHS,ART ,MUSIC.AND PHYSICAL EDUCATIONARE INCLUDED IN THE CURRICULUM MOTHER TOUGUE SUBJECT AND SOME OPTIONAL SUBJECTS ARE COMPULSORY
  26. 26. EXAMS SHOULD BE RECORDED IN SCHOOLRECORDSTHERE SHOULD BE PROVISION FOR LIBRARYTRAINED LIBRARIANS SHOULD BE APPOINTEDSCHOOL SHOULD BE FREE FROM NOISE ANDPOLLUTIONSTUDENTS ARE PROHIBITED IN PARTICIPATING INPOLITICSNCC,SCOUTS AND GUIDES,NSS SHOULDENCOURAGED IN SCHOOLS

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