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3 JNE 2021, 9(6): 11-36 Back to browse issues page
Comparison of the undergraduate nursing curriculum in Iran and the world: A narrative review study
Sima Pourteimour , Monir Nobahar , Hassan Babamohamadi
Semnan University of Medical Sciences, Semnan, Iran , nobahar43@semums.ac.ir
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Introduction: Teaching has a great impact on the comprehensive and sustainable development of countries and in educating and training human resources. Evaluation the status of the curriculum provides the conditions for the strengths, weaknesses, problems and needs of the new program to provide a clearer set of information for it. According to the researches on comparing the structure of Iran bachelor of nursing program with other countries, this research was done with the aim of reviewing the studies that have made a comparative comparison of Iran bachelor of nursing curriculum and other colleges of universities in the world.
Method: The present study is a narrative review study. Keywords related to bachelor of nursing, curriculum, bachelor's degree, Iran, comparative study, other countries, during from 2010 to 2020, descriptive review research based on the narrative review method will be searched in the reputable scientific databases Science Direct, PubMed, Web of Science, Scopus, Scholar Google, IranMedex, SID and Magiran.
Results: The findings of this study showed the strengthening of human communication, education based on global standards, benefit of nursing theories, application of evidence based knowledge and emphasis on research, use of new digital strategies and simulation methods in education, explanation of perspectives specializing in nursing, improving nursing management for the growth and excellence of professional values can pave the way for the promotion of the nursing profession and consequently improve the role of nurses in improving the quality of nursing services in various fields at the community level and achieving better quality of life for clients. The studies performed by comparative method using Berdy model were considered as inclusion criteria. Editorial letters, review and unspecified implementation studies, articles whose full text was not available, and abstracts of congresses were excluded from the study. Thus, 15 related studies were selected from 16,300 studies including Turkey, Jordan, China, South Korea, Singapore, Japan, Malaysia, India, Lebanon, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, Scotland, United States, Canada and Australia.
Conclusion: Although based on a review according to the Brady model Iran's nursing education program has a relatively favorable position compared to other countries in the world, but the review of philosophy, educational strategies and policies in the country's health system should be reviewed to address weaknesses so that solving problems to meet the needs of society with maximum productivity and efficiency of nurses.
Keywords: Narrative Review Study, Curriculum, Bachelor, Nursing, Iran.
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Type of Study: Review | Subject: Special
Received: 2021/01/13 | Accepted: 2021/01/29 | Published: 2021/01/29
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Pourteimour S, Nobahar M, babamohamadi H. Comparison of the undergraduate nursing curriculum in Iran and the world: A narrative review study. 3 JNE. 2021; 9 (6) :11-36
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