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The Comparative Study of Rehabilitation Nursing Curriculum in Iran and Australia
Nasim Sadeghi mahalli , Narges Arsalani , Mojtaba Rad , Taban Nematifard , Masoud Fallahi khoshknab
, sadeghy.nasim@gmail.com
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Introduction: One the ways to review and revision of curriculum is to conduct the comparative study to identify the strengths and weaknesses of the curriculum. According to the educational regulations by nursing committee, the rehabilitation nursing curriculum is being revised and improved. Therefore, this study was conducted with the aim of comparative comparison of Iran and Australia Rehabilitation Nursing Master's curriculum.
Methods: This study is a comparative study by Bereday model 1964 based on four stages of description, interpretation, proximity and comparison in Iran in 2021. In this comparative comparison, the curricula of the two countries available on the website of University of Social Welfare and Rehabilitation Sciences from Iran and Tasmania University from Australia by mission and vision, philosophy and goals, admission requirements, curriculum content and characteristics, executive strategies, evaluation methods and graduate roles and duties were described and after proximity and classification of information, comparison and interpretation were performed.
Results: Despite the similarities in the mission, philosophy and goals of the rehabilitation nursing curriculum of Iran and Australia, there are differences such as differences in the admission requirements, course duration, type of courses accreditation, internship hours, diversity of educational environments, existence of the dissertation and as well as assigned role and duties after graduation.
Conclusion: A comparative comparison of two curriculums identified the strength and weaknesses of the Iranian Rehabilitation Nursing curriculum for program designers. By reviewing the student admission requirements, accommodation of assigned roles and content with Iranian community needs and creating diversity in inclusive learning methods, we can take the big step to improve the quality of Iranian rehabilitation nursing curriculum.
Keywords: Curriculum, Rehabilitation Nursing, Iran, Australia.
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Type of Study: Quantitative-Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2021/04/18 | Accepted: 2021/10/14 | Published: 2022/01/30
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sadeghi mahalli N, Arsalani N, rad M, Nematifard T, fallahi khoshknab M. The Comparative Study of Rehabilitation Nursing Curriculum in Iran and Australia. 3 JNE. 2022; 10 (6) :22-32
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